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  • Project management is used so often in our daily lives …… going for a vacation, organizing a party / event at college …..
  • TajMahalIn AD 1628, Khurram became king after a bloody battle of succession: he took the name Shahjahan or “King of the World” and showered his beloved begum with the highest titles. She became MumtazMahal, the exalted of the palace and Mumtaz-ul-Zamani, the exalted of the Age. But MumtazMahal was not destined to be queen for long. In 1631, Shahjahan went on an expedition to the south and, as always, MumtazMahal accompanied him. But she died in childbirth at Burhanpur. She had borne Shahjahan fourteen children, of whom four sons and three daughters survived. When MumtazMahal died, she was just 39 years old. Shahjahan was inconsolable and contemporary chronicles tell of the royal court mourning for two years. there was no music, no feasting, and no celebration of any kind.Shahjahan, who was a passionate builder, now decided to erect a memorial to his queen in pristine marble that the world would never forget. The site selected for the tomb was a garden by the Yamuna river, unshadowed by any other structure. The garden had been laid by Raja Man Singh of Amber and now belonged to his grndson, Raja Jai Singh. By a royal firman, Shahjahan gave Jai Singh four havelis in exchange for the garden. The site was also chosen because it was located on a bend in the river, and so could be seen from Shahjahan’s personal palace in Agra Fort, further upstream.Construction Of The Mausoleum - TajMahalWork on the mausoleum began in 1631 and 20,000 workers laboured for 22 years to build it. The most skilled architects, inlay craftsmen, calligraphers, stone-carvers and masons came from all across Indian and lands as distant as Persia and Turkey. The master mason was from Baghdab, an expert in building the double dome from Persia, and an inlay specialist from Delhi. After an expenditure of approximately 32 million rupees (approx US $68000), TajMahal was finally completed in the year 1653.Great Wall of ChinaGreat Wall of China During the Warring States Period from the 5th century BC to 221 BC, the states of Qi, Yan and Zhao all constructed extensive fortifications to defend their own borders. Built to withstand the attack of small arms such as swords and spears, these walls were made mostly by stamping earth and gravel between board frames. Qin Shi Huang conquered all opposing states and unified China in 221 BC, establishing the Qin Dynasty. Intending to impose centralized rule and prevent the resurgence of feudal lords, he ordered the destruction of the wall sections that divided his empire along the former state borders. To protect the empire against intrusions by the Xiongnu people from the north, he ordered the building of a new wall to connect the remaining fortifications along the empire's new northern frontier. Transporting the large quantity of materials required for construction was difficult, so builders always tried to use local resources. Stones from the mountains were used over mountain ranges, while rammed earth was used for construction in the plains. There are no surviving historical records indicating the exact length and course of the Qin Dynasty walls. The Great Wall concept was revived again during the Ming Dynasty following the Ming army's defeat by the Oirats in the Battle of Tumu in 1449. Towards the end of the Ming Dynasty, the Great Wall helped defend the empire against the Manchu invasions that began around 1600. Under the military command of Yuan Chonghuan, the Ming army held off the Manchus at the heavily fortified Shanhaiguan pass, preventing the Manchus from entering the Chinese heartland. The Manchus were finally able to cross the Great Wall in 1644, when the gates at Shanhaiguan were opened by Wu Sangui, a Ming border general who disliked the activities of rulers of the Shun Dynasty. The Manchus quickly seized Beijing, and defeated the newly founded Shun Dynasty and remaining Ming resistance, to establish the Qing Dynasty.
  • Something with a beginning, middle and end.Something that has a clear objective and somebody responsible for it.Something that can be measured and achieved
  • Preparing a plan for a project means defining and co-ordinating the tasks and activities in a project, preparing work schedules, allocating resources and budget costs to the work sections, and producing the graphical and tabular reports to enable the management to control and complete the project successfully.
  • Source : PM Network – Dec 2008A program manager from Freescale Semiconductor based inNoida says : “In recent years….many organizations have started taking project management seriously”. There is a lot of competition and the biggest challenge today is to reduce the time to market. In this scenario, project managers need to implement their skills in very good communication, good estimation skills, risk management and forecasting skills.
  • According to PMI’s PMForum dated April 2008 : India has the third largest PMI membership – after the United States and Canada - with seven chapters and over 11,000 PMI members. Most of these are in the IT sector.
  • The Office will also enable PMI to foster and build on its service and delivery capability, generate awareness of and demand for the exacting requirements of project management principles and support business and governments in India to better apply and understand global knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to ensure projects in India are completed on time and within cost.Commenting on the inauguration, Gregory Balestrero, Chief Executive Officer, PMI who was in India for the inauguration said, “Trained and credentialed project managers can help India unlock its obvious potential as they bring projects in on time and within budget and make project management indispensable for predictable and positive business results that create value for an organization and its stakeholders. Mature project management practices close the gap between strategy and results. As India globalizes and is on an ambitious growth trajectory, with rapid developments taking place in both the private and public sector, India needs project management professionals who know how to compress schedules to meet the urgent needs of a developing economy.  A key to this is utilizing standardized professional project management practices to build capacity and capabilities to achieve breakthrough results.”
  • You can also talk about India’s space program that achieved a significant milestone on 23 April 2007 when it successfully put into orbit a commercial satellite for the Italian Space Agency. Though the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV has launched rockets a number of times, this is first time that it had done so for commercial purposes and based on international rates. This marks the entry of India in the commercial rocket launch business and it joins countries like the United States, Russia, France, China and Japan. Forthcoming, we have on the infrastructure front, an ambitious project was announced with an investment of about US $ 50 billion for an industrial corridor between Mumbai and Delhi. This initiative is with Japanese support and investment. Work has started in Jan 2008 and the project is slated to take 7 years. It will include development of a 4000 MW power plant, 3 ports and 6 Airports.Golden Quadrilateral Project, the 5847 km expressway links Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. This project started in 1998 and is scheduled to complete in 2015 with a budget of $71 billion. Renovation of the Delhi AirportMultiple Projects under the Commonwealth 2010 Umbrella such as Hotels, Bed and Breakfast accommodation, BRT, Improvement of the roads and traffic system.
  • You can also talk about India’s space program that achieved a significant milestone on 23 April 2007 when it successfully put into orbit a commercial satellite for the Italian Space Agency. Though the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV has launched rockets a number of times, this is first time that it had done so for commercial purposes and based on international rates. This marks the entry of India in the commercial rocket launch business and it joins countries like the United States, Russia, France, China and Japan. Golden Quadrilateral Project, the 5847 km expressway links Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. This project started in 1998 and is scheduled to complete in 2015 with a budget of $71 billion. Renovation of the Delhi AirportMultiple Projects under the Commonwealth 2010 Umbrella such as Hotels, Bed and Breakfast accommodation, BRT, Improvement of the roads and traffic system.
  • You can also talk about India’s space program that achieved a significant milestone on 23 April 2007 when it successfully put into orbit a commercial satellite for the Italian Space Agency. Though the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV has launched rockets a number of times, this is first time that it had done so for commercial purposes and based on international rates. This marks the entry of India in the commercial rocket launch business and it joins countries like the United States, Russia, France, China and Japan. Delhi Airport : Phase II : By the next 15-20 years, we would have invested close to Rs 20,000 crore and the airport will be ready to service 100 million passengers3. 26 mega projects involving flyovers, under bridges and grade separators in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games 2010. The major sports infrastructure projects related to the Commonwealth Games, 2010 are: construction/up-gradation of Games Village and two Indoor Stadiulms by Delhi Development Authority (DDA); Jawaharlal Nehru Complex, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Indira Gandhi Complex, Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range and S.P. Mukherjee Swimming Pool Complex by SAI; the Thyagaraj Sports Complex and Talkatora Indoor Stadium by the Government of NCT of Delhi/NDMC; and R.K. Khanna Tennis Complex by All India Lawn Tennis Association, apart from some smaller venues/training facilities at various places including Delhi University. Out of the 26 projects, three projects are under construction and work on others is slated to commence soon. The PWD has appointed consultants for carrying out detailed feasibility study, geometric design, structural feasibility, environmental impact study and obtain clearances from the Delhi Development Authority, Delhi Urban Arts Commission and local bodies.The traffic scenario on several roads and flyovers in Delhi is set to get a facelift in the months and years to come. These include Bahadur Shah ZafarMarg ITO flyover, Naraina flyover, elevated East West corridor, Mangolpuri flyover, Mukerba Chow flyover, JNU/CSMRS flyover, Nagloi-NH-10 flyover, Munirka flyover, NH-24 bypass to Lodhi road link, ISBT AnandVihar and Gazipur flyovers, and UP link road.
  • This slide talks about the number of job opportunities in India currently for project management.
  • Pm basics

    1. 1. Project Management<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>What is Project Management
    3. 3. Project Management in India
    4. 4. AstroWix</li></li></ul><li>What is a Project?<br />
    5. 5. Projects?<br />
    6. 6. What is a Project?<br />Project – A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service or result<br /><ul><li>How Temporary?
    7. 7. Has a definite beginningand end, not an on-going effort
    8. 8. Ceases when objectives have been attained
    9. 9. Team is disbanded upon project completion
    10. 10. Unique?
    11. 11. Product characteristics are progressively elaborated
    12. 12. The product or service is different in some way from other product or services</li></li></ul><li>Project Failure<br /><ul><li> Poor communication
    13. 13. Insufficient resource planning
    14. 14. Unrealistic schedules & poor duration estimation
    15. 15. Poor project requirements
    16. 16. Lack of stakeholder buy-in & no accountability
    17. 17. Undefined project success / closure criteria
    18. 18. Unrealistic budgets
    19. 19. No risk planning
    20. 20. Lack of change control process
    21. 21. Lack of executive support
    22. 22. Resource attrition
    23. 23. Lack of synchronization</li></li></ul><li>Project Success<br /><ul><li>Executive management support
    24. 24. User involvement (optimum)
    25. 25. Realistic expectations
    26. 26. Clear statement of requirements
    27. 27. Proper documentation
    28. 28. Public exposure
    29. 29. Competitive & Budgetary pressure</li></li></ul><li>Project Stakeholders<br />Individuals and organizations Involved in or affected by the project outcome<br />Key Stakeholders : Generic<br /><ul><li>Project Manager
    30. 30. Customer/User
    31. 31. Performing Organization
    32. 32. Project Team Members
    33. 33. Project Management Team
    34. 34. Sponsors
    35. 35. Influencers</li></li></ul><li>Need of the Hour: Project Management<br />Project Management:<br />The application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations.<br />
    36. 36. The Project Objectives Triangle<br />Balancing scope, time and cost <br />(within the framework of quality)<br />Quality<br />Time<br />Cost<br />Scope<br />
    37. 37. Project Management Philosophy<br />The “Golden Rule” of Project Management is three words:<br /><ul><li>Plan
    38. 38. Organize
    39. 39. Control</li></li></ul><li>Introduction PMI<br />Established in 1969<br />240,000 members<br />110 Countries<br />Globally recognized standards and Certifications<br />Objectives<br />
    40. 40. PMI in India<br /><ul><li>Opened office in March 2008
    41. 41. Foster the advancement of standardized, professional project management principles through the advancement of its leadership development and certification programmes to ensure projects are delivered on time and within cost</li></ul>PMI Office <br /># 1031, RegusLevel Ground &1, Trade CentreBandraKurla Complex, Bandra (E)Mumbai, India - 400-051Tel: +91 22 4070 0325Fax: +91 22 4070 0800E-mail:pmi.india@pmi.org<br />PMI Regional Service Centre <br />New Delhi, IndiaTel: +91-124-4517140E-mail: customercare.india@pmi.org<br />
    42. 42. Project Management in India<br />
    43. 43. Current portfolio size of government projects<br />Source: Presentation by Mr. R K Gupta, DDG, NIC<br />
    44. 44. India Awakens to Project Management<br />With the implementation of Project Management processes, DMRC has not only stuck within the completion of project targets, some stretches have finished six months ahead of time<br />PMI recognized the contributions of Dr. E. Sreedharan, Managing Director of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, to the project management profession because of his outstanding work on the Konkan Railway, Delhi Metro <br />
    45. 45. India Awakens to Project Management<br />India’s space program achieved a significant milestone on 23 April 2007 when it successfully put into orbit a commercial satellite for the Italian Space Agency.<br />Golden Quadrilateral Project, the 5847 km expressway links Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. This project started in 1998 and is scheduled to complete in 2015 with a budget of $71 billion.<br />Source: PMI Network Dec 2008<br />
    46. 46. India Awakens to Project Management<br />Renovation of the Delhi Airport.<br />Phase I completing in 2010 catering to 20-25 million passengers in a budget of 3200 crore with improvisation in trolley management, queue management, seating, parking, landscaping and security.<br />26 mega projects under the Commonwealth Games Umbrella including the Games Village, Flyovers, Under-bridges, Improvisation of 2 Indoor Stadiums. <br />
    47. 47. Growth in the Career Prospects in Project Management<br />
    48. 48. Growth Potential/Acceptance of PM<br />Has the importance of project management for your organization increased over recent year?<br />Do you believe that greater/less use of project management will become necessary in your organization in the future<br />70% said a lot<br />87% Definitely<br />Project Management World Study, University of Bremen, PMI, and others<br />
    49. 49. The Value of Project Management<br />Where would you find a Project Management Professionals?<br />Verticals<br /><ul><li>Information Technology
    50. 50. Pharmaceutical
    51. 51. Health Care
    52. 52. Government Sector
    53. 53. Civil Engineering
    54. 54. Telecommunication
    55. 55. Infrastructure
    56. 56. Petrochemical</li></li></ul><li>AstroWix<br />Enterprise Project Management | - Assessment – Configuration – Customization – Training<br />Excellence in Project Delivery is our commitment.<br />Project Management Competence | - OPM3TM - PgMP®- PMP®- CAPM®Leaders are not born but cultivated. Learn-to-Lead is what we believe in.<br />Portals & Enterprise Content Management| - Architecture – Configuration – Customization <br />Leading through Collaboration is our mantra.<br />
    57. 57. Thank You<br />

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