3 D – Management Constructor


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3 D – Management Constructor

  1. 1. 3D – management constructor
  2. 2. “A project is a unique set of typical actions (decisions)” * It’s to call this set as project’s DNA *Axiom laying in the basis of 3D - management constructor
  3. 3. In the course of planning, the project’s DNA sets individual peculiarities of what we get in result, including not only all our strong points, but our future mistakes as well. Then, the project’s DNA provides accomplishment (development, progress and completion) of the project.
  4. 4. 3D – management constructor – is a complex three-dimensional model of management aimed to serve the process of decision-making, by carrying out distribution and control functions
  5. 5. It’s planned to design it in the form of a certain IT-system permitting project, process, system building in the form of the management three dimensional model. This systems is to represent the typical managerial patterns (of decisions, actions) database which can be filtered, structured on the early first steps, to get in result dimensional model of management through a project, process, or system lifecycle.
  6. 6. Why Constructor? It’s real to construct any object of management: - project - process - system… Each object of management is built up from typical cells, each of them being filled with a set of standard situations and decisions in management. And we get access to these or those managerial decisions, depending on the taken object’s assemblage configuration.
  7. 7. Management object examples Engineering steps Creation of infrastructural Projecting Maintenance and support Utilization object Equipment Maintenance and Idea Projecting Production Write-off support Management and Project Initiation Planning Execution Completion control System Idea Development Production Usage Support Write-off Output Visual Usage and Process Description Pilot adoption Liquidation identification representation improvement Building and Maintenance and Building Visualization recreation Matching Construction Wrecking support ground projecting
  8. 8. Why 3D? Object of management modeled has several dimensions permitting to see maximal amount of logical intersections and interdependencies between them: - x axis. It displays management levels - y axis. It displays stages (cells) of management models, displayed on the timeline - z axis. It shows management process
  9. 9. Why 3D? Corporate level Management levels Business level Organizational level Human level Methodological level Technological level
  10. 10. Why 3D? Dismantling and Production of main Start-and- preparing the Building and Projecting equipment, adjustment, ground for assembly jobs logistics put into service assembly Sections of management model on timeline
  11. 11. Why 3D? Completion Management and control Execution Planning Initiation
  12. 12. Why of Management? We perceive the object of management dimensionally, we can turn it by different surfaces to get different information. It’s possible to move over the layers in the way to see our management model in such form which will help us to come to the right decision.
  13. 13. Why of Management? The management object’s object warnings us itself, if something is lost from sight or isn’t worked through enough
  14. 14. Why of Management? The model of a management object displays where and on what level something is lost from sight and needs working through
  15. 15. Why of Management? We get information, for example, that on projecting stage (during planning, or on technological stage) there is some break between stages or some important questions are not worked through appropriately. Such things may provoke risks, decrease of quality or rise of the project in cost.
  16. 16. Why of Management? We recognize this information, and the model is to offer the set of typical actions (decisions) aiming to resolve this situation, reduce risks etc.
  17. 17. Algorithm of model creation
  18. 18. Step 1. We determine the model of management object we create, and choose convenient model type: - project - process - system And specify the set of parameters of the high-level model: - scale - internal (external) project - result - what’s done o our own (engage contractors) - we are Customer (executors)…
  19. 19. Step 2. Dismantling and Production of main Start- and – preparing the equipment, Building and Projecting adjustment , ground for logistics assembly jobs Put into service assemblage We determine the given management object’s lifecycle stages where we manage.
  20. 20. Step 2. We find out what Corporate level management levels are to be paid Business level attention during management process, Organizational level to increase the management quality Human level Methodological level Technological level
  21. 21. Step 3. Open joint-stock company «AlfaGidro» We fill the model with concrete information, Its affiliated as example, we form project’s organizational hydroelectric power station structure Key supplier INTEGRATOR Open joint-stock company “RKK” Open joint-stock company “Omega” Institute for hydro hydroelectric Contractors Contractors projecting power station Production and Supply of Starting-up and supply of the main Projecting Dismantling supplementary Assemblage adjustment, put equipment equipment in service PROJECT STAGES
  22. 22. Step 3. Or appoint persons from our managing team who are to be responsible for project stages Supply of main Project management equipment Open joint-stock Open joint-stock company “RKK” company “Omega” E. Jackson P. Fishman С. Johnson Е. Hoffman С. Button Production and Supply of Start-up-and- supply of the main Projecting Dismantling supplementary Assemblage adjustment, put equipment equipment in service PROJECT STAGES
  23. 23. Step 4. We choose an appropriate control level Control on the level of the stage result Control for tasks and terms of their execution only Control for work progress Control for stages junction between work stages (sections) Control for managerial levels (human, corporate, business…)
  24. 24. The model has been assembled Dismantling and Start-and- Production Building and preparing adjustment Projecting of main assembly Project stages the ground equipment jobs and put in for service assemblage Organizational level Human level Methodological level Completion Management and control Execution Technological level Planning Initiation
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