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Project Management project : Operation Collaboration @ NUI Maynooth

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Project Management Project Presentation

  1. 1. Sabrina BehanAlan ClarkeKerrie FoxPhilip KingLeah McGlynnAnnelli NealonHarrison Silke
  2. 2. O u r Te a m
  3. 3. The Project Life-Cycle
  4. 4. D e liv e r a b le s Deliver a Proposal for a Team Building Excursion  Venue  Team building activities  Transport  Refreshments  Costs  Health and safety  De-briefing plan  Funding
  5. 5. O b je c t iv e s Improve team communication and relationships Support intragroup collaboration and teamwork Improve student morale and motivation Help apply college theory to non-academic environments Support innovative thinking and creativity And finally………HAVE FUN!
  6. 6. T h e S t a k e h o ld e r s The Business Students of NUI Maynooth The NUI Maynooth Business Department The Project Sponsor – Eve Bulman The Project Team Members The Teambuilding Activity Centre The Transportation Companies
  7. 7. T h e T h e o r y B e h in d ItA ll… Type of Project: Derivative Risk Involved: Project of Certainty
  8. 8. L is t o f R o le s Project Manager - Annelli Project Treasurer - Kerrie Marketing Manager - Harrison Project Researchers - Alan/Leah Project Administrator - Sabrina Technical/IT Officer - Philip
  9. 9. R is k s R i s k 1 - The group would not be able to come up with the most appropriate idea for the project and that the wrong roles would be given to the wrong people R i s k 2 - The business department would not be interested in the ‘Operation Collaboration’ R i s k 3 - Students cancelling their place on the proposed initiative at the last minute R i s k 4 - Students sustaining an injury or having a medical emergency during the excursion R i s k 5 - The risk of intergroup conflict in relation to the way in which the tasks are organised and decisions are made
  10. 10. The Project Life-Cycle
  11. 11. Wo rk B re a k d o w nS truc ture
  12. 12. G a ntt C ha rt
  13. 13. C r it ic a l P a t h
  14. 14. ProjectB udg e t B re a kdow nManagement Team BuildingBudget Excursion CostsRESORCES BUDGET ( € ) RESOURCE STUDENTS TOTAL Transport 10 300Telephone 10 Outdoor Activities 45 1350 Indoor Activities 5 150Petrol 15 Lunch 10 300Photocopying 5 Insurance 0 0 Conference 0 99Refreshments 5 Room Total 70 2199
  15. 15. The Project Life-Cycle
  16. 16. S u r v e y R e s u lt s Problems Working In A Team? No 44% Yes Yes No 56% Willingness to Pay Weekend or Week-Off Excursion €130-€170 10% Week-Off 27% €100-€130 12% €70-€100 Weekend €100-€130 Week-Off €130-€170 Weekend €70-€100 73% 78%
  17. 17. T h e G iv e n O p t io n s Option 1:  Weekend Excursion at a B&B Option 2:  Day Excursion with Team Activities
  18. 18. T h e G iv e n O p t io n s Option 3:  College organised activities in The Glenroyal Hotel Chosen Option:  Combination of Option 2&3
  19. 19. Activity Centers Visited KIPPURE ESTATE – BLESSINGTON CARTON HOUSE – MAYNOOTH THE ORHCARD CENTRE – TINAHELY THE CAUSEY FARM - NAVAN THE COURTLOUGH ADVENTURE CENTRE - BALBRIGGAN
  20. 20. Team Work
  21. 21. The Project Life-Cycle
  22. 22. M o n it o r in g a n dC o n t r o llin g Change Management Communication Root Cause Analysis Contingencies
  23. 23. The Project Life-Cycle
  24. 24. P r o je c t C lo s u r e Achieved Scope
  25. 25. P r o je c t C lo s u r e Review of learning
  26. 26. P r o je c t C lo s u r e Measurement of Success What could be done differently
  27. 27.  Giving a powerful boost to the spirit and effectiveness of your team… O r g a n is e d in a s s o c ia t io n w it h t h e N U I M a y n o o t h B u s in e s s D e p a r t m e n t

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