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This was my proposal made to the new Director and new management in Logistics after a re-org (GSK Manufacturing Division). Note: some words were purposely spelled with the UK conventions given that ...

This was my proposal made to the new Director and new management in Logistics after a re-org (GSK Manufacturing Division). Note: some words were purposely spelled with the UK conventions given that half of the audience was from the UK, e.g. programme, utilisation, etc.

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  • 1 Project Management for the Academy of Logistics . . . ensuring that management uses the funds entrusted to it efficiently and effectively whilst maximising value Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Management November 19, 2002
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 2 The Governance “Umbrella”  Strategic Planning: Developing plans and objectives to fulfill the organization’s purpose  Leadership: Facilitating the communication of the organization’s purpose through vision and follow-through  Organisation Design: Establishing and/or reinforcing the structure that defines management and communication paths  Stewardship: Establishing and/or reinforcing the accountability for preserving the organisation’s purpose  Risk Management: Putting assets at risk to achieve the organisation’s objectives. Balancing risk and reward.  Assurance: Providing feedback on the efficiency and effectiveness of the project. Project Management is an outgrowth of good Governance
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 3 Project Management . . . is about who, when, and how a project team achieves its purpose. Project management directly supports the governance function. Project Teams are groups of diverse people that are held together by a shared purpose. The project team exists to achieve its purpose: to deliver something of value to its customers or constituents.
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 4 Project Management - Opportunities Our opportunity is to strengthen the project team individuals and their interactions so that goals are more likely to be achieved.  Improve structures, procedures, systems, and feedback  Improve internal working relationships and communications  Improve external relationships with interested stakeholders  Improve and standardize methods of measuring business value  Better identify business risks
  • 5 Project Management Guidelines within GSK
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 6 Apex - Advancing Project Expertise Project Management Framework
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 7 Comprehensive Project HealthCheck 1. Key Project Roles and Responsibilities 2. Project / Programme Alignment 3. Business Organisational Change and Benefits Management 4. Project Management Method / Approach 5. Project Reviews 6. Configuration Management 7. Change Control
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 8 Comprehensive Project HealthCheck ….cont’d 8. Project Planning 9. Monitoring & Control 10. Financial Control 11. Risk & Issue Management 12. Communications Management 13. Contract and Supplier Management 14. Team Management 15. Technical & Quality Management Findings could prevent a serious problem from developing and/or provide excellent strategic value
  • 9 The Academy of Logistics Project HealthCheck
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 10 Comprehensive Project HealthCheck Progress Items  1. Key Project Roles and Responsibilities  2. Project / Programme Alignment  4. Project Management Method / Approach  5. Project Reviews  8. Project Planning  11. Risk & Issue Management  12. Communications Management  13. Contract and Supplier Management  14. Team Management Items To Review 3. Business Organisational Change and Benefits Management 6. Configuration Management 7. Change Control 9. Monitoring & Control 10. Financial Control 15. Technical & Quality Management 9 out of 15 areas are active. Approximately half of the 9 have come “online” recently in detail
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 11 Apex/AoL Risk Assessment Summary: Predicted benefits will accrue. Overall Benefit Risk: Medium Very high risk categories: 1 Benefit risk score: 18 Very high risk categories: 0 Business continuity risk score: 46 Summary: There is some risk that project deliverables will have adverse impacts. Summary: Significant risks should be weighed (with costs) against potential benefits. Experienced project manager required. Overall Business Continuity Risk: Medium Overall Project Risk: Medium Very high risk categories: 0 Project risk score: 46 Risk Assessment Tool - Results Project: Academy Of Logistics
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 12 AoL Risk/Issue Identification
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 13 Ways of Working Standard Operating Procedures? GSK plans to utilise a new method in the re-org process
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 14 Ways of Working Standard Operating Procedures Current Established Project Team Interactions for Project Planning  Tuesday: Content Updates and Planning  Tuesday: Infrastructure Updates and Planning  Alternating Wednesdays: Stream Leader Updates and Planning  Thursdays: myLearning Updates and Planning Proposed Additional Team Interactions for Improved Project Management  Thursdays: Communication Stream Updates and Planning Meeting  Monthly Configuration Management, Audit Review Meeting  Monthly Pipeline Meeting (may be combined with the above)  Weekly notifications to Tier 2 and Tier 3 to review and provide plan updates
  • Margaret C. Dischler PPCI Project Planning 15 How To Use the Project Plan  Reviewing Info by Stream  Filtering by learning material  Filtering by resource  Filtering by time period  Filtering by Resource and Time Period  Using mouse-overs  Completed Tasks