SCOPE MANAGEMENT                       Group 2 Randall Dickey: 5.1 Peter Frasca: 5.2 Wendy Grant: 5.3 and 5.6 Wanda G...
Scope Reporting In the beginning: Team and Clients must determine their need for  project updates How many, How often, ...
SCOPE MANAGEMENT            CHAPTER FIVE5.1   CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT5.2   SCOPE STATEMENT5.3   WORK AUTHORIZATION5.4   SCO...
Scope Management Understand the importance of scope management  for project success. Construct a Work Breakdown Structur...
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Problem Statement Information Gathering Constraints Alternative Analysis Project objectives S...
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Problem or Need Statement   Begin   with a statement of Goals
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Information Gathering Research and gather relevant data
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Constraints Bring restrictions and client demands
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Alternative Analysis More than one solution
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Project Objectives Conclude with a clear statement of the final objectives for the project, let l...
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Statement of Work
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT The Statement of Work Aka: (SOW) Detailed narrative description of the work required  for a proj...
CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT             Elements in the (SOW) Introduction and background Problem statement Technical descr...
SCOPE MANAGEMENT Conceptual Development Summary Useful (SOW) should clearly detail the expectations of the project clien...
5.2 The Scope Statement THE HEART OF SCOPE    MANAGEMENT
Scope Statement Reflects the project teams best efforts at creating the documentation and approval of all important proje...
Key Steps in the Scope Statement Process Establish the project goal criteria. Criteria include cost, schedule, performanc...
Developing the Management Plan for the                   Project Consist of the organizational structure for the project ...
Establishing a Work Breakdown Structure                 (WBS) One of the most vital planning mechanisms, the WBS divides ...
Creating a Scope Baseline The scope baseline is a document that provides a summary description of each component of the p...
The Work Breakdown Structure The Work Breakdown Structure is a process that sets a project’s scope by breaking down its o...
The Six Main Purposes of the Work          Breakdown Structure 1. Echoes the project objectives. Given the mission of  th...
The Six Main Purposes of the Work         Breakdown Structure 3. Creates the logic for tracking costs, schedule, and  per...
The Six Main Purposes of the Work         Breakdown Structure 5. Used to improve overall project communication.  The WBS ...
The Organization Breakdown Structure                   (OBS) The organization of the work needed to be performed  into co...
The Responsibility Assignment Matrix                 (RAM) The RAM identifies team personnel who will be  directly respon...
Benefits of the Responsibility Assignment                  Matrix Allows the project manager to determine how to best  te...
Summary            The Scope Statement Key Steps in the Scope Statement Process Developing the Management Plan for the ...
How to Manage and Maintain  Project Control Systems
Executive SummaryONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SYSTEMSTHAT A COMPANY HAS IS THE CONTROLSYSTEM. CONTROL SYSTEMS ARE VITAL TOENS...
SummaryControl systems are vital to ensure that any changes to the projectbaseline are conducted in a systematic and thoro...
Configuration ControlConfiguration control management is a field that focuses onestablishing and maintaining the consisten...
Design ControlDesign control relates to systems for monitoring the project’s scope, schedule, and costs during the design ...
Trend MonitoringTrend monitoring is the process of tracking the estimated costs, schedules, andresources needed against th...
Document ControlDocument control ensures that important documentation iscompiled and disseminated in an orderly and timely...
Acquisition Control Acquisition control monitors systems used to acquire necessary projectequipment, materials, or service...
Specification Control Specification control ensures that project specifications are prepared  clearly, communicated to al...
Conclusion One of the most important pieces of advise for project managers and teams isto establish and maintain a reasona...
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  1. 1. SCOPE MANAGEMENT  Group 2 Randall Dickey: 5.1 Peter Frasca: 5.2 Wendy Grant: 5.3 and 5.6 Wanda Groves:5.4 Ricky Erwin: 5.5
  2. 2. Scope Reporting In the beginning: Team and Clients must determine their need for project updates How many, How often, and to whom Scope Reporting fulfills to whom gets what and how often the will receive it. How the information will be acquired and distributed out.
  3. 3. SCOPE MANAGEMENT CHAPTER FIVE5.1 CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT5.2 SCOPE STATEMENT5.3 WORK AUTHORIZATION5.4 SCOPE REPORTING5.5 CONTROL SYSTEMS5.6 PROJECT CLOSEOUT
  4. 4. Scope Management Understand the importance of scope management for project success. Construct a Work Breakdown Structure for a project. Develop a Responsibility Assignment Matrix for a project. Describe the roles of changes and configuration management in assessing project scope
  5. 5. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Problem Statement Information Gathering Constraints Alternative Analysis Project objectives Statement of Work
  6. 6. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Problem or Need Statement Begin with a statement of Goals
  7. 7. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Information Gathering Research and gather relevant data
  8. 8. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Constraints Bring restrictions and client demands
  9. 9. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Alternative Analysis More than one solution
  10. 10. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Project Objectives Conclude with a clear statement of the final objectives for the project, let logic flow
  11. 11. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT Statement of Work
  12. 12. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT The Statement of Work Aka: (SOW) Detailed narrative description of the work required for a project. This can be highly descriptive or relatively general. (RFP) Request for Proposal for a (DOD) Department of Defense may entail very specific needs. (SOW) may specify final requirements without details.
  13. 13. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT  Elements in the (SOW) Introduction and background Problem statement Technical description of the project Clear analysis and technical capabilities Timeline and milestones Discuss (ATC)anticipated time to completion And the key project deliverables
  14. 14. SCOPE MANAGEMENT Conceptual Development Summary Useful (SOW) should clearly detail the expectations of the project client, the intended problem of the project, and the work to complete the tasks of the project to completion.
  15. 15. 5.2 The Scope Statement THE HEART OF SCOPE MANAGEMENT
  16. 16. Scope Statement Reflects the project teams best efforts at creating the documentation and approval of all important project parameters prior to proceeding to the development phase
  17. 17. Key Steps in the Scope Statement Process Establish the project goal criteria. Criteria include cost, schedule, performance and deliverables, and key review and approval “gates” with important project stakeholders. Deliverables: any measurable, tangible, verifiable outcome, result, or item that must be produced to complete a project or part of a project. Goal criteria serve as the key project constraints and targets around which a project team must labor.
  18. 18. Developing the Management Plan for the Project Consist of the organizational structure for the project team, the policies and procedures under which team members will be expected to operate, their appropriate job descriptions, and a well understood reporting structure for each member of the team. Creates control systems to ensure that all team members know their roles, their responsibilities, and professional relationship
  19. 19. Establishing a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) One of the most vital planning mechanisms, the WBS divides the project into its component sub steps in order to establish critical interrelationships among activities. Accurate scheduling can only begin with an accurate and meaningful WBS. The WBS will determine the interrelationships among the various activities within a project. Which steps precede others, and which are independent of each other.
  20. 20. Creating a Scope Baseline The scope baseline is a document that provides a summary description of each component of the project’s goal, including basic budget and schedule information for each activity. Creation of the scope baseline is the final step in the process of systematically laying out all pre-work information, in which each sub-routine of the project has been identified and given its control parameters of cost and schedule.
  21. 21. The Work Breakdown Structure The Work Breakdown Structure is a process that sets a project’s scope by breaking down its overall mission into a cohesive set of synchronous, increasingly specific tasks. The resulting document lays out the individual building blocks that will construct the project.
  22. 22. The Six Main Purposes of the Work Breakdown Structure 1. Echoes the project objectives. Given the mission of the project, the WBS identifies the main work activities that will be necessary to accomplish this goal or set of goals. 2. Organization chart for the project. A WBS offers a logical structure for a project, identifying the key tasks and sub-tasks that need attention and he logical flow between activities.
  23. 23. The Six Main Purposes of the Work Breakdown Structure 3. Creates the logic for tracking costs, schedule, and performance specifications for each element in a project. All project activities identified in the WBS can be assigned their own budgets and performance expectations. This is the first step in establishing a comprehensive method of project control. 4. Used to communicate project status. Once tasks have been identified and responsibilities assigned, it can be determined which tasks are on schedule, which are critical and pending, and who is responsible for their status
  24. 24. The Six Main Purposes of the Work Breakdown Structure 5. Used to improve overall project communication. The WBS breaks down the project into identifiable parts, shows how those parts are integrated, and who is responsible for each component. This structure inspires communication within the project team. 6. Demonstrates how the project will be controlled. The general structure of the project demonstrates the key focus that project control will take on. The WBS gives logic to the control approach and the most appropriate control methods.
  25. 25. The Organization Breakdown Structure (OBS) The organization of the work needed to be performed into cost control accounts that are assignable to the various units within the company that are engaged in performing project activities. OBS allows the company to define the work to be accomplished and assign it to the owners of the work packages. Work packages are the lowest level in the WBS, composed of short duration tasks that have a defined beginning and end, are assigned cost, and consume some resources. The benefit of using an OBS is that it allows for better initial linking of project activities and their budgets, either at a departmental level or even more directly on an individual basis.
  26. 26. The Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) The RAM identifies team personnel who will be directly responsible for each task in the project’s development ( AKA linear responsibility chart ) Although the RAM is considered a separate document, it is developed in conjunction with the WBS.
  27. 27. Benefits of the Responsibility Assignment Matrix Allows the project manager to determine how to best team people for maximum efficiency. Identifies where a person can go for task support, who should next be notified of task completion, and any sign-off requirements. Allows the project manager to establish a method for coordinating the work activities of team members, realizing the efficiencies that take place as all team members provide support, notification, or approval for each other’s project responsibilities.
  28. 28. Summary  The Scope Statement Key Steps in the Scope Statement Process Developing the Management Plan for the project Establishing a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Creating a Scope Baseline The Work Breakdown Structure The Organization Breakdown Structure (OBS) The Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM)
  29. 29. How to Manage and Maintain Project Control Systems
  30. 30. Executive SummaryONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SYSTEMSTHAT A COMPANY HAS IS THE CONTROLSYSTEM. CONTROL SYSTEMS ARE VITAL TOENSURE THAT ANY CHANGES TO THEPROJECT’S BASELINE ARE CONDUCTED IN ASYSTEMATIC AND THOROUGH MANNER.DURING THIS PRESENTATION I WILL BEDISCUSSING:• CONFIGURATION CONTROL• DESIGN CONTROL• TREND MONITORING• DOCUMENT CONTROL• ACQUISITION CONTROL• SPECIFICATION CONTROL
  31. 31. SummaryControl systems are vital to ensure that any changes to the projectbaseline are conducted in a systematic and thorough manner. Projectmanagers can use a number of types of project control systems to trackthe status of their projects. Solid communication between all concernedparties and paying close attention to the project’s development is a keyelement in the scope management of project control.
  32. 32. Configuration ControlConfiguration control management is a field that focuses onestablishing and maintaining the consistency of a system or a project’sperformance and its functional and physical attributes within itsrequirements, design, and operational information throughout its life.
  33. 33. Design ControlDesign control relates to systems for monitoring the project’s scope, schedule, and costs during the design stage.Chrysler developed Platform Design Teams (PDTs) , composed of members from functional departments, to ensuthat new automobile designs could be immediately evaluated by experts in engineering, production, and marketin
  34. 34. Trend MonitoringTrend monitoring is the process of tracking the estimated costs, schedules, andresources needed against those planned. Trend monitoring shows significantdeviations from norms for any of those important project metrics.
  35. 35. Document ControlDocument control ensures that important documentation iscompiled and disseminated in an orderly and timely fashion.Document control is a way of making sure that anything contractualor legal is documented and distributed.
  36. 36. Acquisition Control Acquisition control monitors systems used to acquire necessary projectequipment, materials, or services needed for project development andimplementation.
  37. 37. Specification Control Specification control ensures that project specifications are prepared clearly, communicated to all concerned parties, and changed only with proper authorization
  38. 38. Conclusion One of the most important pieces of advise for project managers and teams isto establish and maintain a reasonable level of control. Knowing the rightproject control system to use and how often to employ them can eliminatemuch of the guesswork when dealing with project delays or cost overruns.Building a level of trust when working together will bring great satisfaction inthe end.

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