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Presentation to educate and stimulate discussion, presented at Environment Agency in 2013

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  • 1. Roles in Project Management Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-Ing
  • 2. PRINCE2 PRoject IN Controlled Environments Version2 Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 3. Roles and titles and entities PROJECT BOARD Project sponsor Project executive Project manager Senior User / Supplier CDM roles Client, Designer, (Principal) Contractor CDM-coordinator Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 4. Project Sponsor Departmental budget holder Overall responsibility for delivery to the wider business / organisation Gives the Mandate to the Executive for delivery Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 5. Project Executive ultimately responsible for the project to ensure that the project focussed throughout its life on achieving its objective and delivering a ‘product’ that will achieve the forecast benefits, the project gives value for money, balancing the demands of the business, user and supplier throughout the project, the Executive is responsible for the Business Case Appoints the project team ie Project Manager Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 6. Project Manager • The Project Manager has the authority to run the project on the day-to-day basis on behalf of the PROJECT BOARD within the constraints laid down by them (cost, time, quality, scope, risk, benefits) • The Project Manager’s prime responsibility is to ensure tat the project produces the required outcome. • The Project Manager is also responsible for the project producing a result capable of achieving the benefits defined in the Business Case. Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 7. PROJECT BOARD The Project Board is accountable to corporate or programme management for the success of the project and has the authority to direct the project within the remit set by corporate or programme management as documented in the project Mandate. The Project Board is not a democracy controlled by votes. The Executive is the ultimate decision maker and is supported in the decision making by the Senior User and Senior Supplier. Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 8. Senior User and Supplier User : responsible for specifying the needs of those who will use the project’s products, for user liaison with the project management team and for monitoring that the solution will meet those needs within the constraints of the Business Case in terms of quality, functionality and ease of use. Supplier : represents the interest of those designing, developing, facilitating, procuring and implementing the project’s products. Accountable for the quality of products delivered be the supplier(s) and is responsible for theLeyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM technical integrity of the project. Katja MSc Dipl-INg
  • 9. Project structure - governance Sponsor PROJECT BOARD User - Executive – Supplier CDM Client Project Manager CDM-C CDM Designer CDM Contractor Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 10. Project structure - governance Sponsor PROJECT BOARD User - Executive – Supplier CDM Client Project Manager CDM-C CDM Designer CDM Contractor Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 11. Questions What’s a Mandate? What is the Business Case? What’s the benefits of a PROJECT BOARD meeting? What’s a typical outcome of a PROJECT BOARD meeting? Who is who? Name the Sponsor... What’s the difference between the PROJECT BOARD and the Executive? Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg
  • 12. Katja Leyendecker CEng C.WEM MCIWEM MSc Dipl-INg