Czynniki sukcesu w praktyce zarządzania miękkimi projektami unijnymi w uczelniach wyższych
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Every third university in Poland applies to the European funds for various projects, therefore it was decided to devote the topic of this article to soft projects. Developmental projects in higher education create added value, usually run by project formula. Projects, both internal and external (often implemented in partnership), adopt procedures of project management and their main aim is to achieve a target. In knowledge-based economy, the interest of project success factors is still increasing. In that model, human factor is considered on the top position, similarly high expectations to managers. During the implementation UE projects, there are lots of specific and sometimes personal activities, therefore creating a list of success factors and its analysis, compared with project manager’s success seems to be essential. Based considerations are presented in this paper: the experience of the authors gained while working in teams managing EU projects in higher education (case study), the information gained from participant observation and direct interviews carried out in project teams.
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