Project Short term efforts to create a specific business-related outcomeIS project management Directed effort to plan, organizes and manage resources to bringabout the successful achievement of specific IS goals
The triple constraints of project management: TIME- The window of opportunity in which a project must be completed to provide a benefit to the organization. COST TIME COST- The actual amount of resources, SCOPE including cash and labor, that an organization can commit to completing a project. Triple constraints of project SCOPE- Processes that ensure that the project management includes all the work required and only the work required to complete the project successfully.
INITIATION PLANNING EXECUTIONCOMPLETION MONITORING & CONTROL
1. DEFINED THE PROBLEM2. GOALS TO ACHIEVE3. IDENTIFY & SECURE THE RESOURCES4. ANALYZE THE COST & BENEFITS5. IDENTIFY POTENTIAL RISK
1. DEFINED THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES 2. ACTIVITIES MUST BE IN SEQUENCED TOOLS PROGRAM CRITICAL PATH TIMELINE EVALUATION & METHOD GANTT CHARTREVIEW TECHNIQUES ( PERT ) ( CPM )
1. CARRY OUT THE PROJECT / PERFORM2. PERFORM IT TO FULFILL PROJECT’S REQUIREMENTS3. COORDINATE PEOPLE & RESOURCES BASED ON PLAN
• Monitoring – collecting, recording, and reporting information concerning project performance that project manger and others wish to know• Controlling – uses data from monitor activity to bring actual performance to planned performance
• Why do we monitor? To detect and react appropriately to deviations and changes to plans• What do we monitor?Men (human resources), Machines, Materials, Money,SpaceTime, Tasks, Quality/Technical Performance• When to we monitor?End of the projectContinuouslyRegularlyDepends•How do we monitor?Meeting, Test, Etc.