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Introduction to Project Management

Introduction to Project Management

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  • 1. PLANNING & MANAGING PROJECTSDEFINE & ORGANISE TRACK & MANAGE PLAN THE PROJECT THE PROJECT THE PROJECT Establish the Develop the Work Collect StatusProject organisation Breakdown Structure Information Define the Plan & Take Develop the ScheduleProject Parameters Adaptive Action Plan the Analyse Resources Close Out the ProjectProject FrameworkAssemble the Project Optimise TradeoffsDefinition Document Develop a Risk Management Plan
  • 2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS MODEL PLANNING & MANAGING PROJECTSDEFINE & ORGANISE TRACK & MANAGE PLAN THE PROJECT THE PROJECT THE PROJECT Establish the Develop the Work Collect StatusProject organisation Breakdown Structure Information Define the Plan & Take Develop the ScheduleProject Parameters Adaptive Action Plan the Analyse Resources Close Out the ProjectProject FrameworkAssemble the Project Optimise TradeoffsDefinition Document Develop a Risk Management Plan
  • 3.  How often will status information be formally collected?
  • 4.  How often will status information be formally collected? How will it be done?
  • 5.  How often will status information be formally collected? How will it be done? What information will be monitored?
  • 6. COLLECT STATUS INFORMATION How often will status information be formally collected? How will it be done? What information will be monitored? Track three issues:  Schedule status  Open issues  Risks
  • 7.  Have tasks scheduled to start in this time period started?
  • 8.  Have tasks scheduled to start in this time period started? If not, why not, and what can be done to get them started?
  • 9.  Have tasks scheduled to start in this time period started? If not, why not, and what can be done to get them started? Have tasks scheduled to finish in this time period finished?
  • 10. SCHEDULE STATUS Have tasks scheduled to start in this time period started? If not, why not, and what can be done to get them started? Have tasks scheduled to finish in this time period finished? If not, why not, and what can be done to get them finished?
  • 11.  What is the status of all open issues?
  • 12.  What is the status of all open issues? What can be done to close them?
  • 13. OPEN ISSUESRISKS What is the status of all open issues? What can be done to close them? Are there any new open issues?
  • 14. OPEN ISSUESRISKS What is the status  What is the of all open issues? status of the What can be done risk? to close them? Are there any new open issues?
  • 15. OPEN ISSUESRISKS What is the status  What is the of all open issues? status of the What can be done risk? to close them?  Are there any Are there any new new risks? open issues?
  • 16.  Determine how frequently status information will be collected;
  • 17. KEY ACTIONS Determine how frequently status information will be collected; Determine how it will be collected (e.g. e-mail, voicemail, meetings, etc.)
  • 18. PLAN AND TAKE ADAPTIVE ACTION
  • 19. PLAN AND TAKE ADAPTIVE ACTION Decision making in this step is much like that in optimising tradeoffs:  Move items in the Is to the Is Not list;  Eliminate one or more major deliverables;  Develop an alternative way to perform task work;  Alter dependencies;  Change resource allocations;  Accept new parameters.
  • 20. PLAN AND TAKE ADAPTIVE ACTION Decision making in this step is much like that in optimising tradeoffs:  Move items in the Is to the Is Not list;  Eliminate one or more major deliverables;  Develop an alternative way to perform task work;  Alter dependencies;  Change resource allocations;  Accept new parameters. What decisions will be made and actions taken?
  • 21. PLAN AND TAKE ADAPTIVE ACTION Decision making in this step is much like that in optimising tradeoffs:  Move items in the Is to the Is Not list;  Eliminate one or more major deliverables;  Develop an alternative way to perform task work;  Alter dependencies;  Change resource allocations;  Accept new parameters. What decisions will be made and actions taken? How will these be communicated?
  • 22.  Which elements of project management were effective?
  • 23.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved?
  • 24.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved?
  • 25.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved? Is all the paperwork complete?
  • 26.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved? Is all the paperwork complete? Has key learning been recorded in the project file?
  • 27.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved? Is all the paperwork complete? Has key learning been recorded in the project file? How will key learning be used in future projects?
  • 28.  Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved? Is all the paperwork complete? Has key learning been recorded in the project file? How will key learning be used in future projects? Has the project file been archived somewhere?
  • 29. CLOSE OUT THE PROJECT Which elements of project management were effective? Which elements might be improved? How might they be improved? Is all the paperwork complete? Has key learning been recorded in the project file? How will key learning be used in future projects? Has the project file been archived somewhere? How will the project’s completion be acknowledged and celebrated?
  • 30.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness;
  • 31.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected;
  • 32.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected; Develop process improvements for future projects;
  • 33.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected; Develop process improvements for future projects; Acknowledge team members’ contributions;
  • 34.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected; Develop process improvements for future projects; Acknowledge team members’ contributions; Complete project paperwork;
  • 35.  Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected; Develop process improvements for future projects; Acknowledge team members’ contributions; Complete project paperwork; Archive the project file;
  • 36. SOME PROJECT CLOSEOUTACTIVITIES Assess practices that contributed to the project’s effectiveness; Assess practices that were not as effective as expected; Develop process improvements for future projects; Acknowledge team members’ contributions; Complete project paperwork; Archive the project file; Celebrate the project’s completion.