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  • Bill & Jerry have completed.
  • Done by Jerry & Bill Eric not keeping up
  • Bill asked for more time to consider the notes and questions but Ok with completing questions today. Eric still needs assistance to narrow scope of Bunnings BBQ display project. After morning tea.Bill explored the techniques shown on the video with Steps on board to practice:Entering tasks & durationsSetting up relationships by clicking and draggingEntering leads and lags by 2x clicking on arrows2x clicking on tasks to show the information which sits under each taskTry tracking SB to work with Eric to develop understanding of Scope of Bunnings BBQ project.

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  • 1. Certificate IVSharon Boyle
  • 2. ◦ Revision of last week’s terms ◦ Gantt chart, Project Lifecycle, Knowledge areas, Scope, management change management ◦ Video Trudy Robinson & Time management Morning Tea ◦ Back to Gantt charts ◦ – Fred’s Shed – Assessment Item 2. Fred’s WBS DependenciesLunch Complete Fred’s Gantt chart Or Do LMS questions
  • 3.  Scope, management change management
  • 4.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V32fusHJ e7M&feature=relmfu
  • 5.  1. Assist in the development of project schedules 2. Apply agreed schedules 3. Participate in assessing time management outcomes
  • 6.  Contribute, within delegated authority, to determining the ◦ duration & effort ◦ Sequence ◦ dependencies of tasks Use project scheduling tools and techniques to help establish and integrate planned ◦ time management aspects of the schedule ◦ resource allocation ◦ financial requirements Contribute to the ◦ agreement process communication of the schedule to the client and other stakeholders
  • 7.  Delegated authority ◦ Multidisciplinary environment with frequent changes ◦ Limited guidance ◦ Agreed authorisation & limits ◦ Organisational framework – procedures & routines Project scheduling tools & techniques ◦ Qualitative &/or quantitative time analysis  eg WBS, alternative strategy development ◦ Personal experience &/or experts
  • 8.  Use techniques to measure, record & report progress of activities in relation to agreed schedules and plans Record variance between actual & planned progress and report to others for remedial action Contribute to ◦ forecasting the impact of changes on the schedule ◦ to the analysis of options Implement agreed changes to the schedule & update plans
  • 9.  Provide assistance in the review of project outcomes to determine the effectiveness of ◦ time management tools, ◦ Techniques & approaches Report scheduling & time management issues and responses to project manager for application in future projects
  • 10.  review of project outcomes ◦ achievement of agreed major milestones, example phases and sub-contracts ◦ change of key personnel ◦ delivery of major deliverables ◦ finalisation of project and other agreed milestones
  • 11.  WBS Resources Duration Relationships (or Dependencies) 3 weeks for construction – after lodging with Council 6 weeks to complete ie 3 weeks planning 3 weeks construction
  • 12. ◦ Revision of last week’s terms ◦ Gantt chart, Project Lifecycle, Knowledge areas, Scope, management change management ◦ Video Trudy Robinson & Time management Morning Tea ◦ Back to Gantt charts ◦ – Fred’s Shed – Assessment Item 2. Fred’s WBS DependenciesLunch Complete Fred’s Gantt chart Or Do LMS questions
  • 13.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gtjokd1f6 wc&feature=relmfu Persistent and dedicated monitoring
  • 14. ◦ Revision of last week’s terms ◦ Gantt chart, Project Lifecycle, Knowledge areas, Scope, management change management ◦ Video Trudy Robinson & Time management Morning Tea ◦ Back to Gantt charts ◦ – Fred’s Shed – Assessment Item 2. Fred’s WBS DependenciesLunch Complete Fred’s Gantt chart Or Do LMS questions
  • 15.  Completed discussion on LMS Activities 1 & 2 A video to assist with M/s Project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPwURRG9_Gs&feature=related Morning Tea Step through on new Gantt chart to practice techniques from video Tracking techniques to be explored Track some changes in Fred’s shed – started today and completed next week ◦ Accommodating a change in the baseline ◦ Read performance reports Assessment items loaded onto LMS ◦ – Fred’s Shed – Assessment Item 2. (for item 3. get students to read off what is happening for report & options to fix Agreed to early finish to accommodate Melbourne Cup