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ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
ICT4GOV project management: Part 1
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ICT4GOV project management: Part 1

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ICT Project Management Essentials for Government Leaders: Description of Project.

ICT Project Management Essentials for Government Leaders: Description of Project.

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  • 1. Ict project management<br />Theory and Practices<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 2. Essential Question<br />What practice framework, models, tools and technology the project manager must understand to bring effective leadership, acceptable delivery, structured control, and continual improvement in... <br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 3. Essential Question<br /> ...project justification, organization, performance, communication, planning, configuration, control, construction, acceptance, release and support. <br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 4. Agenda<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />Definitions<br />Competencies<br />Standards<br />Methodology<br />Analytics<br />Templates<br />Software<br />
  • 5. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />Temporary organization <br />Tasked to produce unique and predefined outcome or result <br />Performed in pre-specified time using predetermined resource and budget.<br />
  • 6. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />OGC PRINCE 2 –<br /> “A management environment that is created for the purpose of delivering one or more business products according to a specified Business Case.” <br />
  • 7. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />PMI PMBOK - <br /> “A project is a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.”<br />
  • 8. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />PMI PMBOK - <br /> “It is performed by people, constrained by limited resources, planned, executed and controlled.”<br />
  • 9. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br /> “Projects are different from operations because the latter are ongoing and repetitive activities, while projects are temporary and unique.”<br />
  • 10. Project is…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br /> “Projects is different from programs because the later adopt new set of objectives and continue to work, while projects cease when declared objectives have been attained.”<br />
  • 11. Project is…<br /> is constrained by the developmental outcomes <br />PURPOSE<br />STRATEGY<br />PROJECT<br />PROGRAM<br />BENEFICIARY<br />RESULTS<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 12. Project is…<br /> is constrained by the interest of stakeholders<br />RELEVANCE<br />REQUIREMENT<br />DELIVERABLE<br />SCOPE<br />COST<br />BUDGET<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 13. Project is…<br /> is project is planned and executed when scope, time and cost are duly approved.<br />Needs, Requirements, Schedules,Risks, Suppliers People, Organization, Process, Culture, Technology, Plans, Metrics, Funds<br />TIME<br />SCOPE<br />COST<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 14. Project is…<br /> is enabled to execute given the resource availability and capability<br />MATERIALS<br />WORK<br />GOODS<br />SKILLS<br />SOURCES<br />SUPPLIERS<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 15. Project is…<br /> is closed based on the customer satisfaction of delivered number and quality of experience <br />QUALITY<br />QUANTITY<br />EXPERIENCE<br />NUMBER<br />CUSTOMER<br />SATISFACTION<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 16. Describe Project Matrix<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 17. Project Means…<br />Directed to meet “service and governance strategic needs” <br />Have “ownership” support<br />Have specific start and end dates. <br />Defined and documented scope<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 18. Project Means…<br />Finite budget<br />Specific end results –deliverables<br />Quality constrained<br />Assigned resources<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 19. Project Failure…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 20. Project Failure…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 21. Project Failure… -OGC P3M3<br /><ul><li>Design and Definition Failure
  • 22. Decision Making Failure
  • 23. Program and Project Discipline Failure
  • 24. Supplier Management Failure
  • 25. People Failure</li></ul>johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 26. Project Maturity Model<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />
  • 27. PROJECT IS…<br />johnmacasio@onecitizen.net<br />LESSON CHECKPOINT:<br />---differentiates project and program.<br />---,---.--- constraints to be managed in project.<br />---, ---, --- speak of project manager competency requirement.<br />---,---,--- make the stakeholders critical to project<br />

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