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Program management group2

  1. 1. 4M & N Group
  2. 2. SubjectTeam Business CaseMohammed Al-Jasser Programs VS projectMohammed Albosily program manager & project managerNader al-Mazyad Identifying & analyzing stakeholderMohammed al-Kaabi Critical Success FactorsMeshaal al-Otibi
  3. 3. Developing the high-level Program • Definition : High level overview of the needs, feasibility, justification, and ROI of the program • Purpose: Demonstrate why the program is a good expenditure of money or other organizational resources and to serve as a objective decision making tool for judging wether the program is desirable and achievable • Business case links the porpsoed program to the organizational strategy. • Developed within functional business unit or cross functional
  4. 4. Business Case Components • Executive overview • Business Need / Oppurtinity • Alternatives • Benefits • Costs • Finicial • Assumptions • Risks • Constraints • Market analysis • Competitive analysis • Organizational considerations • Program desc. • Implmentation plans
  5. 5. Programmes vs Projects Project • Defined start and finish dates. • Focus is more on delivering products. Rather than benefits. • Simpler; only have to focus on delivering defined products. • Change control is a more structured and easier activity. Programme •Contain many projects, drive operational change. •constantly changing. •Related to high level of management.
  6. 6. Interaction between program manager & project manager • Program manager  Coordinates efforts between projects  Identify and monitor of inter-dependencies  Optimize scheduling  Common risks  Integrated planning between projects • Project manager  Focus on individual projects
  7. 7. Identifying & analyzing stakeholder • The benefits of using a stakeholder-based approach are that: • You can use the opinions of the most powerful stakeholders to shape your projects at an early stage. • Gaining support from powerful stakeholders can help you to win more resources – this makes it more likely that your projects will be successful • By communicating with stakeholders early and frequently, you can ensure that they fully understand what you are doing and understand the benefits of your project – this means they can support you actively when necessary • You can anticipate what people's reaction to your project may be, and build into your plan the actions that will win people's support
  8. 8. Step 1 – Identify Your Stakeholders The first step in your Stakeholder Analysis is to brainstorm who your stakeholders are. Your boss Shareholders Government Senior executives Alliance partners Trades associations Your coworkers Suppliers The press Your team Lenders Interest groups Customers Analysts The public Prospective customers Future recruits The community Your family The table below shows som:
  9. 9. Step 2 – Prioritize Your Stakeholders • You may now have a long list of people and organizations that are affected by your work. Some of these may have the power either to block or advance. Some may be interested in what you are doing, others may not care.
  10. 10. • Step 3 – Understand Your Key Stakeholders • What financial or emotional interest do they have in the outcome of your work? Is it positive or negative? • What motivates them most of all?
  11. 11. Critical Success Factors • Strategic Alignment • Program Governance • Benefits Management • Stakeholder Management
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