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PROJECT MANAGEMENT
AT A GLANCE




       Ed van de Griend - 25/5/2009
Project management
at a glance
   Content
       What?
           Definition of project management & activities
      ...
PM – What?
   A project is a temporary [specific start and end]
    production line [team, budget, method,
    location, ...
PM – What?
   Project management consists of activities
     Identifyrequirements
     Set up goals (quantity and quali...
PM – Why?
   Pro                        Restart able and
     Predefined   product     repeatable project
      produce...
PM – How?
Methodology               Prince2
Consists of                  UK   Government
     Processes  &         PM...
PM – How? Prince2
   Process groups               Components
     Starting up a Project        Business Case
     Ini...
PM – How? PMBOK®
   Process groups        Knowledge areas
     Start-up               Integration

                   ...
PM – When?
   All kind of situations      Define projects as
     Product development        response to
     Organiza...
PM – When?
   Result of portfolio          Type  of job =
                                  {xxx,yyy}
    and program
  ...
PM – Who?
   Skill set PM                Management skills
     PM knowledge               (recruiting,
      (method, ...
PM – Who?
   More administrative    Communication,

    tasks can be            meeting setup,
    delegated            ...
PM – Next?
   Define your standard        Default project phase
    definitions                  definition related to
...
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  1. 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AT A GLANCE Ed van de Griend - 25/5/2009
  2. 2. Project management at a glance  Content  What?  Definition of project management & activities  Why?  Why should we define a project?  How?  What methodology shall we use?  When?  Project, or not?  Who?  What do you require from your Project Manager?
  3. 3. PM – What?  A project is a temporary [specific start and end] production line [team, budget, method, location, time schedule] established to deliver [produce] an unique product or service [with predefined quantity, predefined quality]  A project is part of a production life cycle  A project needs an Executive who delegates the project management tasks to a PM  A project needs a Business Case which has a positive value at the bottom
  4. 4. PM – What?  Project management consists of activities  Identifyrequirements  Set up goals (quantity and quality)  Test feasibility  Get the right balance between quality, scope, time schedule and costs  Adjust specifications and plans  Manage risk, issues and perception (stakeholder management)  Communicate
  5. 5. PM – Why?  Pro  Restart able and  Predefined product repeatable project produced due to implicit and explicit  Dedicated documentation monitoring during production  Clear costs related to scope changes  Project controls defined to assure costs, time & quality
  6. 6. PM – How? Methodology  Prince2 Consists of  UK Government  Processes &  PMP/PMBOK® Decision points  US/APAC standard  Terminology  J.B.F.  Phases  No standard  Techniques  Templates  Organization
  7. 7. PM – How? Prince2  Process groups  Components  Starting up a Project  Business Case  Initiating a Project  Plans  Directing a Project  Organization  Managing Stage  Risk Management Boundaries  Quality Control  Controlling a Stage  Change Control  Planning  Configuration Mgt  Managing Product  Controls Delivery  Closing a Project
  8. 8. PM – How? PMBOK®  Process groups  Knowledge areas  Start-up  Integration  Scope  Planning  Time  Execution  Costs  Close down  Quality  Monitoring  Team (continuously)  Communication  Risk  Purchasing
  9. 9. PM – When?  All kind of situations  Define projects as  Product development response to  Organization change  A client’s request  Service introduction  A department’s  Implementation of requirement software  A technology push  Building facility  A new or changed law  Implement new procedure  Response to RFI
  10. 10. PM – When?  Result of portfolio  Type of job = {xxx,yyy} and program  No project: management  Else  Criteria to be defined  Define project when: $ > €25000  Team > 3 suppliers  Schedule > 6 weeks  Stakeholder = xxx
  11. 11. PM – Who?  Skill set PM  Management skills  PM knowledge (recruiting, (method, template, purchasing, processes) negotiation, financials, administrative,  Standards, laws, organization, team knowledge of builder) application area (ISO,  Social skills privacy) (communication, multi  Knowledge of culture, directive environment (habits, influence, leading, language, culture, motivation, delegation, time zones, physical problem solving) area, weather)
  12. 12. PM – Who?  More administrative  Communication, tasks can be meeting setup, delegated inbound mail  Schedule monitoring  Resource mgt & triggering  Standard template  Quality control development  Configuration mgt  Risk management  Use of tools
  13. 13. PM – Next?  Define your standard  Default project phase definitions definition related to  Choose your application area methodology  Level of PM process  How would you share execution during documentation projects  What tasks will be delegated  Which tools to be used  Checklist development  Training
  14. 14. Pragmatic approach with open communication and quality Mail: info@ipmarea.com 2009 © IPMArea.com
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