In 2013, this institution was renamed the Institute of Technical Problems of Magnetism (ITPM) of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
For the period of work in the NAS of Ukraine, the specialists of the ITPM on the basis of generalization of features of various classes of technical objects (ships, armored vehicles, pipelines, spacecrafts and electric power equipment) as sources of magnetic field, formed a new scientific direction--<<magnetism of technical objects>> which is aimed at studying the totality of magnetic properties of technical objects and phenomena associated with the interaction of technical objects and the environment through a magnetic field.
9) as an important practical result of the research activity of the ITPM of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
A comprehensive approach to ITPM includes evaluating options, actively managing the IT portfolio, aligning the IT portfolio with business strategy, basing portfolio decisions on financial measures such as NPV and ROI, ranking IT projects in terms of organizational priorities, centralized project monitoring and standardization of IT across the corporation (Jeffery and Leliveld 2004).
The ITPM simulation complements other classroom IT management simulations for IT audits (Merhout, Newport and Damo, 2012), requirements gathering (Ramiller and Wagner, 2011), and ERP systems (Seethamraju, 2011; Leger, 2006).
Students experience a realistic role-playing experience of debating issues and making decisions that are required in real managerial situations related to ITPM, defined as "managing IT as a portfolio of assets similar to a financial portfolio and striving to improve the performance of the portfolio by balancing risk and return" (Jeffrey and Leliveld, 2004, pg.