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Project Management - Winfried Kempfle Marketing Services


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Project Management is crucial for any company to accomplish project targets since it provides structured methods and systematic procedures. Thus, project management guarantees compliance with time, cost and quality constraints, e.g. in strategy, IT, R&D, web or constructions projects, ultimately ensuring the efficiency of the project. The presentation explains the most important terms, relationships, tasks and goals of project management, in particular the definition of project targets, project planning and project controlling practices.

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Project Management - Winfried Kempfle Marketing Services

  1. 1. Project Management In Industrial Practice Techniques, Procedures And Tools For An Efficient Project ExecutionCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. www.strategie-und-planung.de11.10.2012
  2. 2. Agenda 1 Introduction – Project Management Basics 2 Project Goals 3 Project Organization 4 Project Phases 5 Project Planning 6 Project ControllingCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 211.10.2012
  3. 3. Project Management Control Cycle Projekt Planning SET Project Controlling  Set-Actual-  Target Setting Project Plans Comparison Amendments Deviations SET ACTUAL Project Plans Project Reports Projekt Controlling  Interventions Measures Project ExecutionCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 311.10.2012
  4. 4. The „Magic“ Triangle Of Project Goals  Scope and content of the Quality project?  What quality goals have to be achieved? Project Goals Cost Time  What is the project budget?  When has the project to be completed?  Which milestones have to be set?Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 411.10.2012
  5. 5. Types Of Project Organizations 1 Impact Project Organization  Functional hierarchy of the company remains unchanged  Project leader has only coordinating or consultative tasks 2 Matrix Project Organization  Project leader (functional) and line manager (disciplinary) are sharing responsibilities and competences  Temporary and flexible deployment of employees 3 Pure Project Organization  Own organizational unit, led by project leader  Project leader owns all necessary competences regarding project staff, operating resources and budgetCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 511.10.2012
  6. 6. Generic Project Process Project Start Project End Project Management Initiation - Organization - Planning - Monitoring - Controlling Definition Realization / Post- Planning Closing (Pre-project) Implementation project Phase Phase Phase Phase Phase Mile- stones  Projekt Request  Detailed project  Project goals  Project results  Goals (Scope) planning concluded achieved approved  Deadlines  Beginning of project  Project team realization released  CostCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 611.10.2012
  7. 7. Systematic Planning Procedure Product Structure Structural Planning  Constraints Object Structure  Goals Project Structure (Work-Breakdown-Structure) Work Packages Capacity Planning Time Scheduling Input Plan Workflow Resource Plan Schedule Cost Plan Risk Plan Cost PlanningCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. Seite 711.10.2012
  8. 8. Target Achievement As Criterion For Project Success Scope of Work Achieved Project Quality Goals Cost Limit Met Success Achieved Deadlines MetCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. 11.10.2012 page 811.10.2012
  9. 9. General Corrective Actions At Deviations From Plans  Actions without side  Increasing motivation, offering incentives effects  Exchange of particular employees  Outsourcing of work packages  Search for technical alternatives  Actions with side  Increasing the number of employees effects  Overtime  Reducing the scope of work  Purchase of know-how  Comprehensive  Effort! replanning  Project termination  Recognizing that project goals can not be achieved even if efforts will be boostedCopyright © 2011. All rights reserved. 11.10.2012 page 911.10.2012
  10. 10. A comprehensive project management presentation with detailed explanations of the practices is available on request. (currently available only in German) Please use the contact form to order the presentation Note: This presentation is available only for a small charge because of the benefits of the huge amount of information and the multitude of examples, etc. The current price list of the documentation can be seen at © 2011. All rights reserved. page 1011.10.2012