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Vpm Deck 20110506

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Vpm Deck 20110506

  1. 1. Gordon Chastain GCPMC Phone: 1.928.202.4169 Email: gchastain@gcpmc.com
  2. 2. Principle – Gordon Chastain 35 Years Project / Program Management Independent Project Management Consultant Global Project Management Office Executive Program Manager/General Manager US Air Force Intelligence Command Hardware/Application Integration Customer Services Six Sigma Black Belt Business Analyst Microsoft Partner Member Project Management Institute (PMI) Standards Committee Organizational Program Management Maturity Model (OPM3) Project, Program and Portfolio
  3. 3. According to the Project PMI’s Project Management Salary Survey—Fifth Edition, the average U.S. annual base compensation for PM practitioners is $110,770. This does not include an added 22% or more cost of benefits. Weekly Cost per Project Manager: $6,000 VPM Averages Less Than 10 Hours Per Week Weekly Cost for VPM: $750 VPM Has No Overhead Costs to the Organization
  4. 4. Project Technology Resources Collaborate VPM Life Cycle
  5. 5. Concept Phase Responsible: Business Owners & Sponsors Deliverable: Describe the business needs for new product or improvement.
  6. 6. Requirements Concept PhasePhase Responsible: Business Owners & Sponsors SME’s & Business Analyst Project Sponsors, Managers, Deliverable: Describe the business needs for new product or improvement. Signed Business Requirements Document.
  7. 7. Scope & Planning Phase Requirements Concept PhasePhase Responsible: Business Owners &Managers,SME’s & Business Analyst Project Sponsors, Managers, SME’s Managers, Sponsors Deliverable: Describe the business needs for new product or improvement. Project Scope, Schedule & Budget. Signed Business Requirements Document.
  8. 8. Execution & Monitor/Control Phase Scope & Planning Phase Requirements Concept PhasePhase Responsible: Business Owners &Managers,SME’s & Business Analyst Project Sponsors, Managers, SME’s Managers, SME’s Sponsors Deliverable: Describe the business needs for new product or improvement. Project Scope, Schedule & Budget. Signed Business IAW Requirements, Scope, Schedule & Budget. product Requirements Document.
  9. 9. SCHEDULE
  10. 10. Transition/Close Execution & Monitor/Control Phase Scope & Planning Phase Requirements Phase Concept PhasePhase Responsible: Business Owners &Managers,SME’s & Business Analyst Project Sponsors, Managers, SME’s Managers, SME’s Sponsors Sponsors and Business Owners Deliverable: Describe the Operations,& Budget. Scope, Schedule & Budget. Handover to business needs for new Project Scope, Schedule Document product or improvement. Signed Business IAW Requirements, Archive, Close. product Requirements Document.
  11. 11. Project Technology Resources Collaborate VPM Life Cycle
  12. 12. Advances in Communications, internet and collaborative tools, allow project teams to be spread globally, operating around the clock. Broadband Communications Internet virtually available everywhere Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Hosted Services Microsoft Applications and Services MS Office – Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, etc. Collaborative Services – SharePoint Other Applications, Services
  13. 13. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) SharePoint Access: Project Managers, Managers, Sponsors, SME’s and Business Owners Application: MS Internet Explorer or Compatible Web Browser
  14. 14. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) What is SharePoint? Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 provides a central repository and version control for documents, information, and ideas, and enable users to work interactively with these items.
  15. 15. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) SharePoint Available Templates Document Control, Compliance Process, Development Bug Tracking, Resource Requisition Tracking, Knowledge Base, Change Request Tracking, Project Tracking, Travel & Expense Tracking,Project 2007 Analysis Archival MS Competitive (Managed by PM) Tracking, Request For Proposal Tracking…..more Templates and Custom
  16. 16. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) SharePoint Outlook MS Office & Project Access: Project Managers, Managers, Sponsors, SME’s and Business Owners Access: Project Managers, Managers, Sponsors, SME’s and Business Owners Managers Application: MS Interneton PM ClientCompatible Web Browser Application: MS Internet Explorer or Compatible Web Browser Project Explorer or Computer
  17. 17. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) MS Project Access: Project Managers Application: MS Project on PM Client Computer
  18. 18. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) MS Office & Outlook Access: Project Managers, Managers, Sponsors, SME’s and Business Owners Application: MS Internet Explorer or Compatible Web Browser
  19. 19. SharePoint Web Access MS Office SharePoint Services 2007 (V3.0) Archival MS Project 2007 (Managed by PM) Archival & Backup Server Access: Administrators Application: Provide Project Archive to Client
  20. 20. Standard Applications MS Office 2007 Hosted Services Tier 4 Facility 4 Redundant Backbone 99.999 % Uptime (Guaranteed) Daily Backup 24 X 7 Access
  21. 21. Project Technology Resources Collaborate VPM Life Cycle
  22. 22. Motivated Vendors Highly Qualified SME’s Less Non-Task Activities Emphasis on Integration and Operations Planning
  23. 23. Project Technology Resources Collaborate VPM Life Cycle
  24. 24. Business Automation Share Documents Access to Schedule Message and Discussion Boards Issues & Risks Documentation, Updates and Tracking
  25. 25. Project Technology Resources Collaborate VPM Life Cycle
  26. 26. Little or No Travel to Project Site Less PM Intervention Focus on Exception Less Project Time Needed
  27. 27. Old Projects Model Historically Projects “On-Site” Resources Local (On-Site) Functional Project Organization Project Organizational Structure Matrix Organizational Structure  Knowledge Ramp-up Vendor Managed “On-Site”
  28. 28. Virtual Projects Model Heavily SME Vendor Model Allows for Engagement of Global SME Resources Local Resources are Matrix’ed Functional and Integration Knowledge Traffic Cops for Configuration, Policy and Process  Little or No Knowledge Ramp-up
  29. 29. Experienced Project Management VPM with 10+ years as Senior Project Manager Methodology PMI Based Methodology IPECC/Knowledge Area Standard PM Templates Can Tailor to Clients Needs Incorporate Operations Process Improvements SixSigma Directed Services Collaboration Resource Direction Adherence to Triple Constraint for Project Stages Technology VPM Commitment to Successful Project at Affordable Price
  30. 30. Phase V Transition Ex e cut ion IV & se Con trol Pha Sc o pe III &P se lan nin Pha g Req uire II m se ent s Pha Co I nce e pt P has

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