Project management sb_v1_ram

708 views
609 views

Published on

A simple introductory presentation on project lifecycle

Published in: Business, Technology
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
708
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
139
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Project management sb_v1_ram

  1. 1. Project Lifecycle
  2. 2. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 What is the key for a success of a project?
  3. 3. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Success is assured when the team has a clear view of the destination.
  4. 4. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Learning Objectives By the end of this course, the trainee will be able to • state the different stages of a project lifecycle • explain the importance of each stage in a project
  5. 5. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Different Stages of a Project Lifecycle The Project Lifecycle refers to all Project’s the stages or stages between a conception projects conception and its conclusion. Conclusion
  6. 6. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Different Stages of a Project Lifecycle Projects may vary both in Finish terms of scope and complexity, but every planned project steps through a series of stages from start to finish. P Complexity R O J E C Start T ScopeWell defined stages between the start and end based on scope and complexity.
  7. 7. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Initiation • Initiation is the first stage in the project lifecycle. • In this stage, the outputs expected from the project are defined as are critical success factors that will enable it.
  8. 8. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Planning Scope Delivery The Project Management team defines the scope of the project and decides on the best approach to deliver the desired outputs.
  9. 9. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Planning •The Project Lead then selects the team members based on their skills, experience, and compatibility with the needs of the project. • Commonly used tools or methods in the Initiation stage include the Business Plan, the Project Framework (or Overview), and Milestone Reviews.
  10. 10. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Execution • This is followed by a Planning stage where the project is broken down into smaller tasks. • Key activities typically include identification of all tasks, the assignment of those tasks to resources, a timeline for completing them, an analysis of the risks, and the expected quality for the deliverables associated with each task.
  11. 11. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Execution • Further, the governance process is outlined, and the key stakeholders and reporting structures are put in place. • Commonly used project management tools and methods in this stage include the Business Plan and Milestone Reviews.
  12. 12. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Execution • The next stage in the lifecycle is Execution. • In this stage, the planned solution is implemented by the team. •The project activities are controlled and directed to produce the desired outputs. •Typically, the Execution stage begins with the creation of the design, or the outline of the proposed solution, at the highest level.
  13. 13. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Implementation • Based on the agreed design, the team executes the tasks to arrive at the final solution. • The implementation stage is characterized by the creation of prototypes, testing, and reviews. • The most common tools or methods used in the Execution stage are Risk Analysis and Score Cards, the Business Plan and Milestone Reviews.
  14. 14. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Closure • The last stage in the lifecycle is Closure where the project is completed and the outputs are delivered to the client. • Primarily, this stage involves client acceptance of the final product. However, there are other important activities that the Project Team must perform. • This includes rewarding the team, preparing a list of lessons learned, releasing project resources, and ensuring a formal project closure notification.
  15. 15. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Project Closure By organizing project activities into different stages, the Project Team can efficiently plan and organize resources, measure the achievement of project goals with relevant metrics, anticipate risks, and make timely decisions ensure successful completion of the project.
  16. 16. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Assessment What are the important stages of a project lifecycle? Please click the answer button to view the answer View answer
  17. 17. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Assessment Important stages of a project lifecycle • Project Initiation • Project Planning • Project Execution • Project Implementation • Project Closure
  18. 18. CID-01 Project ManagementModule-1 Summary In this lesson the learner should have learned to 1. state the different stages of a project lifecycle 2. explain the importance of each stage in a project

×