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  • 1. PM Project Planning PM
  • 2. Definitions
    • Project Management
      • Planning, organizing, managing tasks and resources to accomplish a defined objective, usually in a limitation of time, resources and budget/cost.
    • Task
      • Activity with a beginning and end
    • Resources
      • People, equipment and materials used to complete tasks in a project
    • Cost, also baseline costs
      • Budget
    • Reporting
      • Graphic: diagrams, table: sheets, forms: info
    • Summary task
      • Made up from subtask
    • Critical path
      • Task to be completed to finish on time
    • Critical task
      • Task on the critical path
    • Task views
      • Bar rollup, Calendar, Detailed Gantt, Gantt Chart, Leveling Gantt, Pa_PERT Entry, PA_Optimistic Gantt, PA_PERT Entry Sheet, PA_Pessimistic Gantt, Network Diagram, Task Entry, Relationship Diagram, Task Sheet, Task Usage, Tracking Gantt
    • Resource views
      • Resource sheet, Resource Graph, Resource Usage
  • 3. Project Management Software
    • Input:
      • tasks
      • task duration
      • task dependencies
      • resources
      • costs
    PM Software
    • Calculates and evaluates working schedule
    • Time/Budget/Features
    • Every project - kind of problems and solutions
    Objective: Outcome clearly defined and understood Assumptions: To support goals Limitations: Constraints Scope: Tasks and deliverables
  • 4. Gant Chart, Critical Path
  • 5. WBS, WPM
    • WBS
      • assignable units
      • specialized task
    • WPM - responsible for a specific objective
        • measurable
        • detailed task descriptions (milestone, deliverables, project plan)
        • accountability
          • review work package (schedule, cost)
          • project filing procedures
          • write details of the project plan
          • attend “for info only” meetings
          • training and development seminars
          • develop project planning and control procedures
          • action items
    Duration Work volume PM team
  • 6. Calendar/Network diagram Task usage/Tracking Gantt
  • 7. Project Plan Outline
      • Design/Specification
      • Cost Estimation/Budget
      • Schedule
        • (Tasks, Milestones and Deliverables)
      • Resources
        • (Hardware, Software, Team)
      • Risks
      • Monitoring and reporting
  • 8. Management Activities
    • proposal writing
      • objectives
    • project planning and scheduling
      • activities, milestones and deliverables
    • project costing
      • resources, budget
    • project monitoring and reviews
      • project status
    • personnel selection and evaluation
      • skills, performance reviews
    • rapport writing and presentations
      • progress reviews
    • team management
  • 9. PM Accountability
    • Project plan: track schedule, milestones
    • Hold reviews meeting
    • Manage resources, budget, risks, requirements
    • Communicate and report (reviews, action items, CC requests)
    • Build/maintain customer relationships
    • Interview/select key team members
    • Attend customer review meetings
    • Act as a consultant of other PMs in the company
    • Review significant results
    • Evaluate project team performance
    • Review all project correspondence
  • 10. Skills Development Survey
    • Skills needed to obtain employment
      • Verbal communication
      • Listening
      • Enthusiasm
      • Written communication
      • Technical competence
      • Appearance
    • Skills important for successful job performance
      • Interpersonal skills
      • Verbal communication
      • Written communication
      • Persistence/determination
      • Enthusiasm
      • Technical competence
    • Skills important for advancement in the organization
      • Ability to work with others one-on-one
      • Ability to gather information and make a decision
      • Ability to work well in groups
      • Ability to listen and give counsel
      • Ability to give effective feedback
      • Ability to write effective reports
      • Knowledge of the job
      • ...
  • 11. Scoring key
    • Self-Awareness
      • I:55 or above, II:52-54, III:48-51, IV:47 or below
    • Cognitive style
        • Intuitive Sensing Thinking Feeling
      • Males: 5.89 6.02 6.08 5.2
      • Female: 6.04 5.96 6.94 5.06
    • Locus of control
      • Average 8.29 (Stdev CEO 3.58 - 3.86 mil . elite)
    • Tolerance of Ambiguity
      • Average 44-48
    • FIRO-B
      • Total e: 13.4
      • Total w: 15.9
      • Total inclusion: 11.9
      • Total control: 8.5
      • Total affection: 8.9
      • Social interaction index: 29.3