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  • Presentation overview Tolis PAGONIDIS Presentation of TEI Larissa and PM department Julia NTEREKA Presentation of PMI, PMBOK Maria PAPACHRISTOU Presentation of PMIS and web-PMIS
  • Technological Educational Institute of Larissa by Apostolis (Tolis) Pagonidis
  • TEI Larissa - Greece
  • History of area Larissa is the capital of Thessaly region Thessaly is where: Mountain Olympus is “the home of the ancient Greek Gods” Home of legendary beings called Centaurs Home place of Achilles and Mother land of Asklipios father of medicine
  • City of Larissa today City Gallery Saint Achilles church Unfortunately this i NOT in Larissa Tachidromiou Sq. Pinios river
  • TEI of Larissa today
  • TEI Larissa Schools TEI of Larissa is divided into four (4) Schools:
  • School of Technological Applications It is devided into four Departments and one supporting Department of Exact Sciences:
  • School of Health Professions It is divided into two departments :
  • School of Agricultural Technology It is divided into five departments:
  • School of Management and Finance It is divided into 4 departments :
  • The Project management department Established in September 2000 500 students First Graduates September 2004 It’s mission: Promotes Project Management knowledge and practice Applies PM methodologies and skills Prepares students to manage time, cost and available resources http://www.sdo.teilar.gr
  • School Business and Economics Intranet
  • PMI and PMBOK by Julia NTEREKA
  • Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Institute Established in1969 at Pennsylvania USA It is the world’s leading non-profit project management professional association It has 125,000 members worldwide (140 countries) http://www.pmi.org PMBOK PMI Body of Knowledge
  • What is a project A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. Temporary means that every project has a definite beginning and a definite end. Projects involve doing something that has not been done before and which is, therefore, unique. Examples of projects include: Developing a new product or service. Effecting a change in structure, staffing, or style of an organization. Designing a new transportation vehicle. Developing or acquiring a new or modified information system. Constructing a building or facility. Building a water system for a community in a developing country. Running a campaign for political office. Implementing a new business procedure or process.
  • PMBOK – Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK Generally Accepted PM Knowledge and Practice General Application Management Area Knowledge and Knowledge and Practice Practice
  • PMBOK areas Project Scope Management Project Time Management Project Cost Management Project Quality Management Project Human Resource Management Project Communication Management Project Risk Management Project Procurement Management Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management Initiation Environment Scope Planning Scope Definition Scope Verification Scope Changes Project Control
  • Project Time Management Activity Definition Activity Sequencing Activity Duration Estimating Schedule Development Schedule Control
  • Project Cost Management Resourse Planning Cost Estimating Cost Budgeting Cost Control
  • Project Quality Management Quality Planning Quality Assurance 1 Quality Control
  • Project Human Resources Management Organizational planning Staff hiring Team Development
  • Project Communications Management Communication Planning Information Distribution Performance Reporting Administrative Closure
  • Project Risk Management Risk Management Planning Risk Identification Qualitative Risk Analysis Risk Response Planning Risk monitoring and Control
  • Project Procurement Management Procurement Planning Solicitation Planning Solicitation Course Selection Contract Administration Contract closeout
  • Project Integration Management Project plan Development Project plan Execution Integrated change control
  • Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) by Maria PAPACHRISTOU
  • Characteristics of a Traditional PMIS /1 Manage Project Schedule Build projects Import projects Manage tasks View project in Gantt Chart, Pert, CPM Manage Documents Attach files of any type to the project Manage Activities Activity ID and names Start and finish days Activity codes and values Activity type , duration type, percent type
  • Characteristics of a Traditional PMIS /2 Manage Resources Assess actual forecast Identify Resources Supports duration and lags Manage cost and budget Supports an unlimited number of cost accounts per project Offers variables for calculating resource quantities Manage Risk
  • Web-based Project management Tools/1 Multiple Project Management Multiple User Management Each user can be assinged to several projects Can have different access rights depending on the project Control Project organize at any time from anywhere Marking up online documents
  • Web-based Project management Tools/2 Allows multiple document downloads Project creation online Security Password Sensitive documents availiable to selected members
  • Traditional PM tool - PRIMAVERA Main functionality: Time scheduling, Resource Management Benefits : Handles Large-scale project Provides unlimited resources Provides Unlimited Target plans Easy to use Quickly manage of projects
  • Web-Based tool Ace Project/1 Main Functionality: Task Management Time Scheduling Benefits: It’s online No software to install Accessed anytime Supports online team work E-mail service Each team member can see any task of the team
  • Web-Based tool Ace Project/2 It’s a safe place for data Two security levels (Administrator, Normal) Improves team productivity All data is centralized in the same base Each team member knows its task Easy and practical in use Compatible with all browsers
  • Advantages/disadvantages of PMIS Advantages Disadvantages Project management in Significant purchasing detail cost Better scheduling Increased training capabilities needs Accurate control of Increased need for IT resources support Better financial planning Paralyzing by analyzing and control ….. Updated documentation Integration of PM and company activities Information available immediately and on- time …..
  • Conclusions Body of knowledge for PMIS PM Cannot do without in Scope Management today’s complex and Time Management competitive environment Cost Management Integration of PM Quality Management activities with Human Resource enterprise processes Management Communication Management Risk Management Procurement Management Integration Management