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Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
Starting a development project
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Starting a development project

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  • 1. PUM 2013 Serbia
  • 2.  Danube stream for Green Dream  1 Projectmanager with projectassistent and Financial manager  Project Management team  6 sub projects  6 projectleaders
  • 3.  Introduction  Projectteams  Draw your team
  • 4. projectmana ger Assistent manager Project manage ment team Financial manager Project A2 Project A3 Project A4 Project A5 Project A6 Infrastructure Team members Procurement of equipment Team members Eco touristic products team members Labeling Team members Branding Team members
  • 5.  How to handle a project  Sub projects.  Projectteams: A2, A3, A4, A5, A6  Steps  Project Management  Is important for?  What are the phases?  Tools of project management
  • 6.  Target status at the end of the project, reaching of which is considered necessary for the achievement of planned benefits.  They can be formulated as S.M.A.R.T Project Plan :  The aim of a project plan is to go through, document and agree upon important issues that define the work in the project.
  • 7.  Each team has to build a self supporting paper bridge using the material provided  Rules  1 Only two support columns  2 tape only for the structure of the bridge  3 no attaching with tape to ground or table
  • 8.  A project is a sequence of unique, complex, and connected activities having one goal and that must be completed by a specific time, within budget, and according to specifications. “Series of actions to achieve a result”
  • 9.  Determine subtopics & Organize into Groups  Groups Plan Project  Carry out the Project  Plan presentation  Make presentations  Evaluation
  • 10. 1. Project Management Implementing body Respon sable project leader together with explanation S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N     D results Preparation Activity 4.1 VEM, PGNS, KAS                                               Planning, creation of the programme, selection of participants                                                                                                               Execution Activity  4.1 VEM, PGNS, KAS                                               Process of programmes development                                                                                                               Execution Activity  4.1 All project partners                                               Tourist product implementation with evaluation                                                                                                               5. Labeling                                                 Preparation Activity 5.1 PMF, VEM                                               Planning, researching, setting up indicators                                          
  • 11.  Only the project team is interested in the end result  No one is in charge  The project plan lacks structure and details  The project is under budgeted  Insufficient resources are allocated  The project team is not communicating  The project strays from its original goals
  • 12. Project management is a set of principles and tools for Defining Planning Executing Controlling and Completing a project
  • 13.  Projects are oriented towards a goal.  There is something unique about every project.  Projects have a finite duration.  Projects require coordination of interrelated activities
  • 14. Scoping the Project Developing the Plan Scoping the Project Launching the Plan Monitoring & Controlling Closing Out the Project
  • 15. Define the Project Objectives State the Problem/ Opportunity Establish the Project Goal Identify the Success Criteria List Assumptions, Risks, Obstacles
  • 16.  Project name, sponsor, manager  Objectives that are SMART  Success criteria  Assumptions, risks, obstacles
  • 17. Construct/Analyze Project Network Prepare the Project Proposal Identify Project Tasks Estimate Task Duration Determine Resource Requirements
  • 18. Project management tools incorporate:  task lists  resource availability  personal & project calendars  task allocation  scheduling  reporting
  • 19.  Thank you

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