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ICT Project Management Essentials. Description of Project Management, Project Management Standards and Project Manager.

ICT Project Management Essentials. Description of Project Management, Project Management Standards and Project Manager.

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  • 1. Ict project management
    Theory and Practices
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  • 2. Project Management
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    Definition:
    Application of principles, practices, techniques to:
    1. To lead project team
    2. To control project scope, schedule, costs and risks to deliver the result of delighted customers.
  • 3. Project Management…
    is situated by
    PEOPLE
    SKILLS-KNOWLEDGE-POWER
    POLICIES-BUSINESS-PROCEDURES
    PROCESS
    TECHNOLOGY
    STANDARDS-METHODS-SOURCING
    BENEFICIARY
    ATTITUDE-VALUES-BELIEFS
    CULTURE
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  • 4. Project Management
    Control:
    Scope
    Time
    Cost
    Risks
    Resources
    Expectations
    Communication
    Quality
    Change
    Security
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  • 5. Project Management
    Agenda:
    Performance
    People
    Process
    Methodology
    Metrics
    Standards
    Technology
    Suppliers
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  • 6. Project Management Office
    PMBoK Definition:
    Shared and coordinated resources across all projects administered by the PMO
    Identification and development of project management methodology, best practices, and standards.
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  • 7. Project Management Office
    PMBoK Definition:
    Clearinghouse and management for project policies, procedures, templates, and other shared documentation
    Centralized configuration management for all projects administered by the PMO
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  • 8. Project Management Office
    PMBoK Definition:
    Centralized repository and management for both shared and unique risks for all projects
    Central office for operation and management of project tools, such as enterprise-wide project management software
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  • 9. Project Management Office
    PMBoK Definition:
    Central coordination of communication management across projects
    A mentoring platform for project managers
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  • 10. Project Management Office
    PMBoK Definition:
    Central monitoring of all PMO project timelines and budgets, usually at the enterprise level
    Coordination of overall project quality standards between the project manager and any internal or external quality personnel or standards organization.
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  • 11. Know Project Stakeholders
    Structured understanding of power, influence and interest of the stakeholders
    guide the means to engage and communicate
    the needs, requirements, costs, participation, options and skills
    to move forward the project justification, funds, plans, issues, changes and deliverable acceptance.
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  • 12. Project Stakeholders
    Stakeholders are called
    person, individual, organization, community, government, suppliers and influencers
    whose interest and agreement
    are critical in the successful justification, planning, design, implementation and improvement of the project
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  • 13. Project Stakeholders
    Critical to project is agreement on objectives and expectation. 
    The sides of power in stakeholder analysis speaks of
    Power to influence thinking
    Power to provide funds
    Power to seal decision
    power to execute work
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  • 14. Project Stakeholders…
    their sides of power
    THINKING
    FRAMEWORK-ANALYTICS-SOLUTION
    FINANCIAL-RETURNS-SOURCE
    FUNDS
    WORK
    EXPERTISE-TIME-PRODUCTS
    BENEFICIARY
    VALUE-OPTIONS-ACCOUNTABILITY
    DECISION
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  • 15. Project Stakeholders-Power & Influence Matrix
    List down the kind of input the stakeholder is able to bring and
    make impact in the activities and results of the project.
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  • 16. Project Stakeholders
    Critical to project is the level of interest displayed or asserted to the input, process and output of the project  
    The level of interests in stakeholder analysis speaks of
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  • 17. Project Stakeholders
    Project manager - The person responsible for managing the project.
    Customer/user - The person or organization that will use the project’s product.
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  • 18. Project Stakeholders
    Performing organization - The enterprise whose employees are most directly involved in doing the work of the project.
    Project team members - The group that is performing the work of the project
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  • 19. Project Stakeholders
    Project management team - The members of the project team who are directly involved in project management activities.
    Sponsor - The person or group that provides the financial resources, in cash or in kind, for the project.
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  • 20. Project Stakeholders
    Influencers - People or groups that are not directly related to the acquisition or use of the project’s product,
    but due to an individual’s position in the customer organization or performing organization,
    can influence, positively or negatively, the course of the project
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  • 21. Project Manager Competency
    LEADERSHIP
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  • 22. Project Manager Competency
    MANAGEMENT
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  • 23. Project Manager Competency
    TECHNICAL
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  • 24. Project Organization Model
    PROJECT LEAD
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  • 25. Project Organization Model
    SOURCING APPROACH
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  • 26. Project Management Standards-Business of Doing Project
    Project Management Body of Knowledge
    Logical Framework Approach
    Project in Controlled Environment
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  • 27. PMI PMBOK
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  • 28. NORAD LFA
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  • 29. Project Management Standards-Managing Solution Development
    Software Engineering Body of Knowledge
    Microsoft Solutions Framework
    SCRUM
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  • 30. SWEBOK
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  • 31. MICROSOFT SOLUTIONS FRAMEWORK
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  • 32. PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIFE CYCLE
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  • 33. PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIFE CYCLE
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  • 34. PROJECT MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE AREAS
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