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  1. 1. PROJECT MGT By: Ryzel “Ox” Pulido
  2. 2. BACKGROUND EWB - Technology Infrastructure Planning & Architecture Officer • Manages infrastructure upgrade projects; • Maintains application landscape; • Creates infrastructure diagram; • Manages ITG Wiki – a document management system. • Training – Essentials of Project Mgt (PMBOK), Workload Mgt Freelance Work • Graphic Design – corporate identity, marketing collaterals and technical illustration; • Event Photography; • Instructor of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Digital Photography; Hobbies • Drawing • Photography • Plaster Carving 2
  3. 3. PROJECTS COMPLETE • Corebanking DR Migration to Firewall; • Corebanking Component and Performance Test; • Enterprise Content Mgt System Infrastructure Upgrade; • ITG Wiki • ITG Library ON-GOING • Cheque Truncation System Infrastructure Upgrade; • Enterprise Data Staging Infrastructure Upgrade; • ATM System Infrastructure Upgrade. PROCESS-RELATED • IT Strategic Plan; • Technical Architecture; • Mgt of Information System; • Capacity Mgt. 3
  4. 4. PROJECT MGT TASKS • Works with department head on designing the target infrastructure architecture; • Creating project proposal for President & CEO approval. This includes justification of initiative, capacity review, business forecasting, problems encountered on the current architecture, alignment with corporate strategy, benefits, recommendation, investment window and proposed solutions. • Once approved and solutions are delivered, starts the Project Kick-off. 4
  5. 5. PROJECT KICK-OFF • Create high-level plans for presentation to business units and IT (server, network, desktop, service mgt, system analyst, security and risk mgt). • Discussion includes • Project initiative; • Benefits such as high availability, better performance and capacity, risk mitigation and audit resolution. • Current and Target Technical Architecture; • Change Impact Analysis; • Resource Allocation; • Roadmap.; • Deliverables. 5
  6. 6. EXECUTION PROCESS • All activities are recorded in Work Breakdown Structure (WBS); • Server Admin installs production and DR environments; • System Analyst conducts System Integration Test; • System Analysts creates test scripts; • Back up and data restoration; • Business units conducts UAT; • Creates knowledgebase based on incidents encountered during UAT. • Results are monitored; • UAT Sign-off. 6
  7. 7. MIGRATION & GO LIVE • Migration is the most crucial and high risked activity; • Usually executed during midnights of weekend; • Strictly monitored; • Incidents may arise and resolution must be fast; • Updates are sent to management every hour or after resolution of critical incidents; • Advisory of Go Live; • Continuous monitoring of production incidents. 7
  8. 8. POST-IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW • Conducted to management to discuss the success and pitfalls of the project. • It discusses the roles and responsibilities, achieved WBS overview, incidents, knowledgebase and post- implementation activities such as DR installation, data archiving and server reuse or decommissioning. 8
  9. 9. PITFALLS • Silo projects – other resources are not considered. Application-related projects may not consider the infrastructure or vice-versa. Change impact analysis may not be considered also; • Large-scale projects may hit small projects leaving the latter deprioritized; • Cannibalization of resources from infrastructure to manpower especially during the last quarter wherein there are lots of implementations; • Lack of documentation and coordination; • Prolonged UAT because business units are pre-occupied with the operations; 9
  10. 10. KEY TO SUCCESS • Visual planning; • High-risk appetite; • Strong decision-making; • Good interpersonal relationship; • Perseverance; • Monitoring of WBS especially during migration; • Open declaration of incidents; • Snacks during meetings. 10
  11. 11. Email: Blogsite: THANK YOU!