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SEE   MOVE   SUCCEED
SEE (SEA)11/26/2012File name/location   2
11/26/2012File name/location   3
11/26/2012File name/location   4
Projects  Without Project Management-very little would get     done.  Only 1 in 8 is a success and almost 1/3 are cancel...
 Projects are Temporary  Have a Beginning and an End  May or may not be simple!11/26/2012File name/location            ...
Time, Quality, Resources                     Time             Resources                            Quality11/26/2012File n...
MOVE11/26/2012File name/location   8
Plan the Work and Work the Plan11/26/2012File name/location                9
Building a house11/26/2012File name/location   10
Installing an IT system11/26/2012File name/location        11
Building a Stadium11/26/2012File name/location     12
Planning Thanksgiving Dinner11/26/2012File name/location             13
Developing a Marketing Campaign11/26/2012File name/location                14
Getting Started11/26/2012File name/location   15
If you are not the Project Owner:       • Understand the parameters of the project and your Role         and Responsibilit...
First things First  Should this be a project?11/26/2012File name/location             17
Is it a good use of Time andResources?11/26/2012File name/location             18
Scope the Project • Set of boundaries that define the extent of a project • What does the project consist of? • What is no...
READY, FIRE, AIM11/26/2012File name/location   20
PLANNING  Gather and document requirements Thinking, negotiating, balancing, talking, asking, and  listening11/26/2012Fil...
PROJECT PLAN Project Charter Clear ownership of tasks Team Members Sponsor Track Progress Change Management System! ...
SCHEDULE/TIME MANAGEMENT Project Schedule• Activity List• Milestones Despite pressure to promise the impossible, never m...
MILESTONES•Four main phases:  Initiation  Planning  Execution  Closure Examine every deliverable, project plan, budget...
DEPENDENCIES Internal External11/26/2012File name/location   25
COST/BUDGET MANAGEMENT•To maximize your chances of meeting yourproject budget, meet your project schedule.•Manage the proj...
RISK MANAGEMENT  If you don’t identify and control risks , they will   control you.  During project planning brainstorm ...
QUALITY MANAGEMENT  WGLL  STANDARDS  SUCCESS Plan to do rework after a quality control activity.11/26/2012File name/loc...
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Define the skills needed   Get people with those skills on your team   Don’t take the team fo...
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT  • Have a plan and stick with    it    • Open, honest, clear  • Stakeholders  • Status Reports 1...
Celebrate Success11/26/2012File name/location   31
SUCCEED!11/26/2012File name/location   32
Evaluate!  What lessons have you learned along your project management     process?    Each project can be a valuable le...
Project Management as a Career Successful project management is an art and a science  that takes practice. The ideas pre...
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE  PMI  www.pmi.org  PMBOK-Project Management Book of Knowledge11/26/2012File name/location ...
Contact Information  Michele Paddock Dow, M.S., PMP  dowmi@lilly.com  317.651.618411/26/2012File name/location         ...
Back-up Slides11/26/2012File name/location   37
11/26/2012File name/location   38
What is Project Management • Project Plan • Time Management • Budget • Quality Management • Risk Management • Team Managem...
Fail to Plan and Plan to Fail11/26/2012File name/location              40
Project Plan SCOPE MANAGEMENT [Insert the project’s scope management plan or provide a    reference to where it is store...
11/26/2012File name/location   42
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  1. 1. SEE MOVE SUCCEED
  2. 2. SEE (SEA)11/26/2012File name/location 2
  3. 3. 11/26/2012File name/location 3
  4. 4. 11/26/2012File name/location 4
  5. 5. Projects  Without Project Management-very little would get done.  Only 1 in 8 is a success and almost 1/3 are cancelled before completion.  Project Managers are usually very good at process but you need more than process!11/26/2012File name/location 5
  6. 6.  Projects are Temporary  Have a Beginning and an End  May or may not be simple!11/26/2012File name/location 6
  7. 7. Time, Quality, Resources Time Resources Quality11/26/2012File name/location 7
  8. 8. MOVE11/26/2012File name/location 8
  9. 9. Plan the Work and Work the Plan11/26/2012File name/location 9
  10. 10. Building a house11/26/2012File name/location 10
  11. 11. Installing an IT system11/26/2012File name/location 11
  12. 12. Building a Stadium11/26/2012File name/location 12
  13. 13. Planning Thanksgiving Dinner11/26/2012File name/location 13
  14. 14. Developing a Marketing Campaign11/26/2012File name/location 14
  15. 15. Getting Started11/26/2012File name/location 15
  16. 16. If you are not the Project Owner: • Understand the parameters of the project and your Role and Responsibility. • Listen carefully for any contradictions. • Encourage them to clarify vague ideas. • Try to confirm your information from two or more independent sources.11/26/2012File name/location 16
  17. 17. First things First  Should this be a project?11/26/2012File name/location 17
  18. 18. Is it a good use of Time andResources?11/26/2012File name/location 18
  19. 19. Scope the Project • Set of boundaries that define the extent of a project • What does the project consist of? • What is not included? • As important as what is! • Project Deliverables • Manage Scope Creep • Scope creep is the piling up of small changes that by themselves are manageable, but in aggregate are significant11/26/2012File name/location 19
  20. 20. READY, FIRE, AIM11/26/2012File name/location 20
  21. 21. PLANNING  Gather and document requirements Thinking, negotiating, balancing, talking, asking, and listening11/26/2012File name/location 21
  22. 22. PROJECT PLAN Project Charter Clear ownership of tasks Team Members Sponsor Track Progress Change Management System! 11/26/2012 File name/location 22
  23. 23. SCHEDULE/TIME MANAGEMENT Project Schedule• Activity List• Milestones Despite pressure to promise the impossible, never make a commitment you know you can’t keep.11/26/2012File name/location 23
  24. 24. MILESTONES•Four main phases:  Initiation  Planning  Execution  Closure Examine every deliverable, project plan, budget, etc. 11/26/2012 File name/location 24
  25. 25. DEPENDENCIES Internal External11/26/2012File name/location 25
  26. 26. COST/BUDGET MANAGEMENT•To maximize your chances of meeting yourproject budget, meet your project schedule.•Manage the project scope.•Dont allow the project scope to "creep"upward without getting budget and/or scheduleadjustments to match. 11/26/2012 File name/location 26
  27. 27. RISK MANAGEMENT  If you don’t identify and control risks , they will control you.  During project planning brainstorm possible risk factors, evaluate potential threats, determine how they can be mitigated prevented  Contingency plans11/26/2012File name/location 27
  28. 28. QUALITY MANAGEMENT  WGLL  STANDARDS  SUCCESS Plan to do rework after a quality control activity.11/26/2012File name/location 28
  29. 29. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Define the skills needed  Get people with those skills on your team  Don’t take the team for granted  Clarify Roles and Responsibilities  How does what, when, why  Act as the team coach!  Don’t put on auto pilot  Encourage, motivate, lead 11/26/2012 File name/location 29
  30. 30. COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT • Have a plan and stick with it • Open, honest, clear • Stakeholders • Status Reports 11/26/2012 File name/location 30
  31. 31. Celebrate Success11/26/2012File name/location 31
  32. 32. SUCCEED!11/26/2012File name/location 32
  33. 33. Evaluate!  What lessons have you learned along your project management process?  Each project can be a valuable learning tool. Review the project as a whole, as well as analyze various project components.  Project victories?  Project disappointments?  Make informed conclusions about the project’s quality and the product’s performance.  Compare the planned return on investment (ROI) to the actual ROI as one way to understand the level of your success.  You can use the lessons learned from each project to minimize future failures and maximize future successes.11/26/2012File name/location 33
  34. 34. Project Management as a Career Successful project management is an art and a science that takes practice. The ideas presented are a basic understanding of project management, consider it only a beginning. If your job or career path includes project management, and you want to improve your skills, talk to successful project managers, read, and practice. Project management can be a very rewarding career.11/26/2012File name/location 34
  35. 35. PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE  PMI  www.pmi.org  PMBOK-Project Management Book of Knowledge11/26/2012File name/location 35
  36. 36. Contact Information  Michele Paddock Dow, M.S., PMP  dowmi@lilly.com  317.651.618411/26/2012File name/location 36
  37. 37. Back-up Slides11/26/2012File name/location 37
  38. 38. 11/26/2012File name/location 38
  39. 39. What is Project Management • Project Plan • Time Management • Budget • Quality Management • Risk Management • Team Management • Communication Management11/26/2012File name/location 39
  40. 40. Fail to Plan and Plan to Fail11/26/2012File name/location 40
  41. 41. Project Plan SCOPE MANAGEMENT [Insert the project’s scope management plan or provide a reference to where it is stored.] 11/26/2012 File name/location 41
  42. 42. 11/26/2012File name/location 42

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