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Lecture by Markus Weinmann and Silke Siegel at Summer School, TU Braunschweig, Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik (wi2). 2009/07/23.

Lecture by Markus Weinmann and Silke Siegel at Summer School, TU Braunschweig, Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik (wi2). 2009/07/23.

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  • 1. SUMMER SCHOOL 2009 CORPORATE USAGE OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS MARKUS WEINMANN, SILKE SIEGEL 23.07.2009
  • 2. USER INTEGRATION IN THE WEB 2.0 Preconditions Qualitative Precondition: Quantitative Precondition: for the web 2.0 Technological progress Number of web users Basis New developments/ Creation of communities / for web 2.0 technologies on the web social networks applications (e.g. blogs, wikis, forums) User integration User generated content: in the web 2.0 Creation, publication, evaluation Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 2
  • 3. MANHATTAN PROJECT • 150.000 people • 14.000 Scientists and Engineers • 2 Billion US Dollars Initiator Project leader Leslie Richard Groves Robert Oppenheimer (General US Army) (Theoretical physics) Edward Teller Enrico Fermi Eugene Paul Wigner Leó Szilárd (Physician) (Nuclear physician) (Mathematician) (Molecular biologist) Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 3
  • 4. WHAT IS A PROJECT? Characteristics of projects: • performed by people, • constrained by limited resources, • planned, executed and controlled, • temporary and unique. Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 4
  • 5. WHAT IS A PROJECT? Project Management is the application of • knowledge, • skills, • tools, and • techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project. Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 5
  • 6. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 6
  • 7. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 7
  • 8. SOCIAL NETWORKS Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 8
  • 9. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 9
  • 10. TASKS Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 10
  • 11. SCHEDULING Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 11
  • 12. SEARCHING Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 12
  • 13. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 13
  • 14. KOMMUNIKATION Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 14
  • 15. COMMUNICATION Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 15
  • 16. COLLABORATIVE WORK Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 16
  • 17. LOCATION BASED SERVICES Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 17
  • 18. Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 18
  • 19. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 19
  • 20. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOOLS Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 20
  • 21. PROCESSES ACCORDING TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Initiating Planning processes processes Executing Controlling processes processes Closing processes Source: Duncan Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 21
  • 22. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT - REPORTS Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 22
  • 23. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT - REPORTS Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 23
  • 24. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – RETRIEVAL/MATCHING Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 24
  • 25. MINDMAP Scheduling Social Tasks Networks PM Manage- Reports ment Communi- cation Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 25
  • 26. Corporate Communication concerns everybody! Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 26
  • 27. LITERATUR Duncan (1996): A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Project Management Institute, Newtown Square Litke (2007): Projektmanagement. Methoden, Techniken, Verhaltensweisen. 5. Auflage, Carl Hanser Verlag, München Mangold (2009): IT-Projektmanagement kompakt, 3. Auflage, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg Schätz (2003): Projektorganisation und Management, Vorlesung, TU München Seibert (2006): Projektmanagement Grundlagen, Vorlesung, TU Darmstadt Wieczorrek & Mertens (2008): Management von IT-Projekten, 3. Auflage, Springer Verlag, Berlin Markus Weinmann, Silke Siegel 27
  • 28. SUMMER SCHOOL 2009 CORPORATE USAGE OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS MARKUS WEINMANN, SILKE SIEGEL 23.07.2009