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Crash course project management for Rhiz / ECF

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  • 1. Project Management
      • introduction for rhiz.eu / ECF
  • 2.  
  • 3. Project management = communication
  • 4. in Rhiz case:
    • Mediamatic is project manager
    • Rhiz/ECF is ordering customer
    • Communication should be about: what does Rhiz need?
  • 5. What is a project?
      • Start + end
      • Clearly defined goal
      • Ordering customer
      • Limited budget
  • 6. Project phases
  • 7. Project phases Mediamatic
  • 8. For a succesfull project
      • Business Case : what is the main goal?
      • Extensive negotiations with ordering customer on every phase, especially preparation
      • Is the project team building what the customer needs?
      • Clear agreements on deliverables per phase
  • 9. Deliverables: Examples
    • Initiation phase : document including Project goal, short project description, raw planning, risks involved, budget
    • Definition phase : Project plan, more details, risk research has been done
    • Design phase : all the details, functional design, technical design, interaction design
    • Implementation : Progress reports
    • After care : Evaluation
  • 10. Project goal: SMART SMART specific measurable achievable relevant time-bound.
  • 11. Project Management
  • 12.
    • Talk to experts: let them plan the work
    • What tasks need to be done
    • How much time do they need
    • Dependencies: what needs to go first, what can be done at the same time
    • Critical path
    • What resources are available when
    • PLAN -> Milestones & deadlines
    Work breakdown structure
  • 13. MoSCoW
    • M - MUST have this.
    • S - SHOULD have this if at all possible.
    • C - COULD have this if it does not affect anything else.
    • W - WON'T have this time but WOULD like in the future.
  • 14. Project planning
    • What tasks need how much time and cost how much -> PLAN
    • Plan for each phase + every phase a new, more precise estimate
    • Risk management = extra time
    • 1 Deadline + x Milestones = more control
    • Plan the work, work the plan
  • 15. Planning
  • 16. Project control
    • Check progress
    • Project team needs to report: what is finished, how much more time is needed
    • Compare to the planned schedule
    • When behind -> MANAGE
      • time
      • money
      • quality (MoSCoW)
    • Report / negotiate
  • 17. Freelancers
    • Fixed price: More secure but relatively expensive
    • Pay per hour: insecure, needs strict plan + extra control on progress
    • Always necessary: strict agreement on deliverables! (i.e. bugfix included?)
  • 18. Evaluating proposals
    • Get more than one and compare
    • Ask questions on the differences
    • Not too many details
    • Not just € -> plan is just as important
    • Use experience (your own or other parties)
  • 19. Read on...

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