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Pm4 port orientation

  1. 1. Project Management: The Science & Support { Practice Oriented Research Training
  2. 2. Who we are
  3. 3. Your Journey AWARD IRB DETERMINATION SUBJECT RECRUITMENT DATA COLLECTION & ENTRY DATA ANALYSIS ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DISSEMINATION CC Licensed image http://www.zeroatthebone.com/uploaded_images/IMG_9674-799272.jpg
  4. 4. Our role: Governance Allocate & ensure funds for your project (give you car, insurance & roadside assistance to complete a journey within a reasonable time-frame) Mentors GPS: Show you what and how but will not drive the car for you. Complete your journey: gather traveling companions, punch in the destination, take turns driving, communicate with your navigator and passengers, work around hazards and road blocks, and if you need road-side assistance let us know as early as possible. Your role: Management
  5. 5. Add suggestions by Brenda
  6. 6.   A time-limited activity to deliver incremental change (deliverables). Balancing time, scope and resources    Planning Executing, Monitoring, Controlling Closing What is a project
  7. 7.  Deliverable  Abstract A PORT Project
  8. 8. Standardized Project Management
  9. 9. Project Charter
  10. 10. Deliverables
  11. 11. Deliverables Acceptance Criteria
  12. 12. Risk Factors
  13. 13. Key Personnel
  14. 14. Deliverable (e.g. Poster or Paper) Milestones
  15. 15. Milestones
  16. 16.  Program Milestones    Award IRB Determination Subject Recruitment   Data Collection & Entry     50% 100% 50%, 100% Data Analysis Paper/Poster Abstract Submission Dissemination Standard: Milestones
  17. 17.   At least quarterly to Susan and Claire Ad-hoc:   On reaching milestones On encountering risk or change (scope/time/resources) that will impact your project. Reports
  18. 18.  Translate your proposal to a project charter    Consult Vic for help with charters & other project management best practices (rdivecha@umich.edu) Charter draft due date: 2 weeks? Consider attending study coordinator education workshops Next Steps

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