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A comprehensive training powerpoint that covers project management in the workplace

A comprehensive training powerpoint that covers project management in the workplace

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  • Note: Triple constraint is frequently represented by a triangle – because there are 3 sides in a triangle.
    Note: Good External and Internal working relationship as the project is being run is equally important, so that if there is a next version, people will want to continue working on it and funding the project.
    Triple Constraints are: Cost, Time, Scope/Quality – There must be a balance of all three that is appropriate for the project – yet one leads.
    For example: life saving medical device – quality and scope must be the leader. A competitor that wants to be first to market, time might be the leader. A small company with a limited budget doing version 8, might put the cost as the leader of the project.
    Sometime Quality is considered a fourth constraint and sometimes it is lumped in with Scope.
  • These are all the people/groups/team that will help or hinder a projects success.
    All of these name/groups/teams are inputs into a communication plan.
    The joke here is that you can tell if someone is optimistic or pessimistic – with the “you” in the center red circle – do they see that as a target – bull’s eye or a center of helpful support?
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    • 1. Project Management Sample
    • 2. Characteristics of a Project (1 of 2)  Includes a start and end time.  Creates something new or fixes/improves something that already exists.  Proposes and supports temporary change. www.readysetpresent.com Page 2
    • 3. Characteristics of a Project (2 of 2)  Performed by people and teams.  Constrained by resources or budget or schedule.  Monitored and controlled.  Initiated, planned, executed, and closed. www.readysetpresent.com Page 3
    • 4. Project Management www.readysetpresent.com Page 4
    • 5. Project Management Basics Before developing a project, consider: 1. What is the objective? 2. Who is the audience? 3. What is the desired outcome? 4. What are the key elements of the project? 5. What is the timeframe? 6. Is there a budget? 7. Who is the sponsor? www.readysetpresent.com Page 5
    • 6. The Challenge of a Project “The Triple Constraint” www.readysetpresent.com Page 6 Cost Time Scope/Quality Project Relationships
    • 7. Project Life Cycles: Samples  Waterfall  Circular  Personal www.readysetpresent.com Page 7
    • 8. Stakeholders (3 of 4) Sample Web of Influence PM Projects Team Support Functional managers Support Project managers Project sponsors Senior management Clients Industry organizations Government agencies Contractors
    • 9. Download “Project Management” PowerPoint presentation at ReadySetPresent.com Slides include: the 7 characteristics of a project, the difference between projects, programs, and processes, 10 communication tips, 9 project management knowledge areas, 7 steps for the project management process, 4 stages of project lifecycles, 3 types of lifecycles, 7 points on stakeholders, 6 slides on organization structures, 5 slides on making virtual teams real, 14 slides on requirements, 7 slides on scheduling and estimating time, 5 checklist slides, how to's and much more. Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again. Now: more content, graphics, and diagrams www.readysetpresent.com Page 9
    • 10. Download “Project Management” PowerPoint presentation at ReadySetPresent.com Slides include: the 7 characteristics of a project, the difference between projects, programs, and processes, 10 communication tips, 9 project management knowledge areas, 7 steps for the project management process, 4 stages of project lifecycles, 3 types of lifecycles, 7 points on stakeholders, 6 slides on organization structures, 5 slides on making virtual teams real, 14 slides on requirements, 7 slides on scheduling and estimating time, 5 checklist slides, how to's and much more. Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again. Now: more content, graphics, and diagrams www.readysetpresent.com Page 9

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