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Thomas' Road Map
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  1. Over 25 Years Experience in Information Technology Project Management Conducting the Design, Development and Implementation of Project Management Processes and Techniques to Improve Performance, Deliverables and Business Results while Monitoring, Balancing and Continuous Reviewing of the Triple Constraints; Scope/Quality, Schedule/Time and Costs/Resources. Skilled in developing a detailed statement-of-work, operations functional documentation, project action plans, schedules, critical path analysis, analyze project metrics & statistics, identifying risk and creating a plan to abate and mitigate the risk, assembling project team, assigning individual responsibilities, identifying resources needed, monitoring progress to ensure timely and within budget completion while implementing processes, which improve operational efficiencies Leveraging = People + Processes + Technologies Thomas Grieser 703-787-8777 thomas@projectmanagerconsultant.com www.projectmanagerconsultant.com
  2. Prioritization Criteria • High Customer Satisfaction • 25.0% • Minimum Impact to Users • 10.0% • Improvement Potential • 10.0% • Probability with Quick Results • 10.0% • Ease of Implementation • 20.0% • Political • 25.0%
  3. Tasks by Level of Risk by Skill Set Data Base Administration 1-Low Risk 2-Medium Risk 3-High Risk Database Administration Daily Monitoring & System Checks x Performance Monitoring x Research x Review Log Files x Data Admiistration x Scripting x 24 x 7 On-Call Support x Security Updates (IAVAs, IAVTs, Patches) x Disaster Recovery Site DataBase Support x SAP Support Transport Verification x CCRs / Remedy CCRs /NCRs x Trouble Ticket Resolution x Documentation Documentation x Administration Administration - Meetings x Administration - Knowledge Transfer x 4 4 7
  4. Resource by Level of Skill Set by Level of Risk by Tasks Code 421 - Application Support [3] Chris [2] Ailah [1] Antoine Total Hours Highest=1 to 1-Low 2-Medium 3-High Risk /Day Lowest=6 R Risk Hours i Ranking s k Totals 8.50 8.00 8.00 24.50 System Support 5.00 3.50 5.00 13.50 System Support - System Administration 2.00 1.50 1.00 4.50 2 X System Support - Research 1.00 2.00 3.00 3 X System Support - Review Log Files 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 3 X System Support - Performance Monitoring 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4 X System Support - Daily Monitoring 3.00 X CCRs/Remedy 2.00 3.00 0.50 5.50 Trouble Ticket Resolution 1.75 5.25 1 X CCRs/Remedy - NCRS / CCRs 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.25 6 X Documentation 0.50 0.50 0.50 1.50 Documentation 0.50 0.50 0.50 1.50 5 X Administration 1.00 1.00 2.00 4.00 Administration - Office Support 0.50 2.50 4 X Administration - Knowledge Transfer / OJT 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 5 X Administration - Meetings 0.00 0.50 6 X 5 3 3
  5. Systems Engineering Activities in the System Life Cycle DoD Instruction 5000.2 D Life Cycle U R A EchoStorm EchoStorm EchoStorm P roposal T New New Business Submit Preliminary Prepares & Reviews Reviews & I Business Reviews Proposal Statement of Work to Submits & Creates a Contractual O & Re- Submits Software Engineering Preliminary Proposal Accepts SOW N A nalysi s of the P relim inary Identify Quantifiable Identify High -Level Software S OW CRB 5 Software Engineering Initial Requirements Schedule Metrics Assumptions , ‘Level -of - Effort’ Engineering Conducts an Capabilities Traceability Initial [Size, Complexity , Constraints , By Receives D Initial Review Analysis Matrix Technical Review Modularity , ReUse ] Gaps & Risks Resource Type Contractual SOW Requirement s Defini tt ion Software SMEs ‘Individual ‘Individual Owners 18 Identify Schedule CRB Engineering Conduct Software Software Owners’ Software Owners’ Re -Assess Level of Resource System Details Sizing Estimates by Reviews Sizing Develop Test & Effort , Constraints D Types Requirements Review Functional Definition Resource Types Estimates Evaluation Plan & Risks Design 40 Software Software Software Engineering Software Software Engineering Owners CRB Software Engineering Schedule Engineering Engineering Conducts Engineering Scope the Re -Assess Level of Develops System & Preliminary Develops Logical Develops Validation & Develops Level - of- Effort For Effort , Constraints & D Sub -System Design Design Review Design Data Architecture Verification Draft Design Coding Risks Design Software Final 10 Schedule CRB Engineering Submit Critical Develops Detailed ECN D Design Review Design Development Software Software Software Software Software Engineering Software CRB 70 Software Engineering Schedule Test Engineering Engineering Engineering Engineering Develops Engineering Conducts Integration Readiness Begin Conducts Functional Develops Develops Operator’s Develops User’s D Testing in SandBox Review Coding Unit Testing Test Cases Admin Manual Manual Manual I ntegrati on & Testing QA QA IA Schedule CRB 21 Information Quality Information Quality Conducts Generates Generates Pre- Production Assurance Assurance Assurance Assurance System Testing Testing Readiness D Scan Scan Testing Results Results Review I mplem entat ion Val idation 5 Deploy Load Accepted Production CRB Operations Acceptable & Conduct Pilot Accepted Solution into Readiness & to Deploy to D Pilot Production Review Maintenance Customers
  6. A EVMS of our Cookie Baking Process Our “Plan” 40 cookies per batch 5 batches per hour (200 cookies per hour) Schedule: 5 hours to make 1,000 cookies Budgeted cost per cookie –$0.05 Total Budget = $50.00 Analysis after One (1) Hour of Baking We!ve Made... 150 edible cookies –some were burnt, some hit the floor, the kids ate some, and fed some to the dog. Actual cost of ingredients after one hour (ACWP) = $9.00 After One Hour of Making Cookies Spending Plan / Baseline (BCWS) = $10.00 Earned Value / Accomplished Work (BCWP) = 150 cookies X $0.05/Cookie = $7.50 Actual Spending / Actual Cost (ACWP) = $9.00 Schedule Variance (SV) = BCWP –BCWS = –$2.50 (we!re behind schedule) Cost Variance (CV) = BCWP –ACWP = $7.50 –$9.00 = –$1.50 (we!re over budget) Schedule Performance Index (SPI) = BCWP / BCWS = 0.75 (we!re running at 75% of planned schedule) Cost Performance Index (CPI) = BCWP / ACWP = 0.833 (we!re running about 17% over budget)
  7. Earned Value Management Systems Sample Work-BreakDown-Structure (WBS) with an Organizational BreakDown Structure (OBS)
  8. Earned Value Management Systems Earned Value Management Systems
  9. Thomas Grieser 5431 Charmont Court Virginia Beach, Virginia 23455 703-787-8777 Thomas@projectmanagerconsultant.com www.projectmanagerconsultant.com

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