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An Overview of Project
Management 6e.
1–1
Project Management Framework
 In this Unit, you would have a broader
understanding of what is a project
 Need for Project Management
 Project Life Cycle
 Project Stake Holders
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What is a Project - Examples
 Research work to identify specific needs of a
customer, say preference of clove salt in a toothpaste
 Devising strategies for eliminating or reducing Drug
Abuse or society related offences
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Characteristics of Project Management
 1. An Established objective
 2. A defined Life span with a beginning and an End.
 3. Usually the involvement of several departments
and professionals.
 4. Typically trying to do something that has never
been done before.
 5. Specific in nature and includes a specific timing,
cost and performance requirements.

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Characteristics of Project Management
 6. Is measured and Accounted with results and
Learning/s.
 7. Enables an Individual or a Professional to learn
and practice the systematic approach of a project
and process to make it more workable and
successful.
 8. A Project manager learns the art of “On Field and
Off Field” management practices that can enable
and nurture success of a project.
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What is NOT a Project
 A repetitive or a routine daily work . Eg., a research
to find a new derivative product or service.
 Program Vs Project . – Synomously used with
each other
 Program -- A group of related projects designed to
accomplish a common goal over an extended period
of time.
 Under each project within a program -- Project
manager …. Project Executives 
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What is NOT a Project
 Program Management – Is a process of
managing a group of ongoing, inter-
dependent, related projects in a co-ordinated
way to achieve strategic objectives.
 For example - A company would participate
in a promotional campaign as part of
Awareness drive of the brand or the product
or service, it provides.
 Example -- Cancer Awareness Campaign.
Need and Importance of Project
Management
 1. Defines a plan and organises chaos –
 Projects are naturally chaotic. The primary business
function of project management is organizing and
planning projects to tame this chaos. A clear path
mapped out from start to finish ensures the outcome
meets the goals of your project.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 2. Establishes a schedule and plan –
 Without a schedule, a project has a higher
probability of delays and cost overruns. A sound
schedule is key to a successful project.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 3. Enforces and encourages teamwork –
 A project brings people together to share ideas and
provide inspiration. Collaboration is the cornerstone
to effective project planning and management.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 4. Manages Integration –
 Projects don’t happen in a vacuum. They need to be
integrated with business processes, systems and
organizations.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 5. Controls cost –
 Some projects can cost a significant amount of
money so on budget performance is essential. Using
project management strategies greatly reduces the
risk of budget overruns.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 7. Managing quality –
 Quality is the value of what you produce.
Project management identifies, manages and
controls quality. This results in a high quality
product or service and a happy client.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 8. Manages change –
 Projects always happen in an environment in
which nothing is constant except change.
Managing change is a complex and daunting
task. It is not optional. Project management
manages change.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 9. Strategic Alignment –
 Project management is important because it ensures
what is being delivered, is right, and will deliver real
value against the business opportunity.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 10. Learning from failure –
 Projects do fail. When they do, it is important to
learn from the process. Project management ensures
that lessons are learned from project success and
failure.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 11. Leadership –
 Project management is important because it brings
leadership and direction to projects.
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Need and Importance of Project
Management
 12. Risk Management –
 Project management is important because it ensures
risks are properly managed and mitigated against to
avoid becoming issues.
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Project Life Cycle
 Undergoes 4 stages in a sequential manner.
 1. Defining Stage --
 Specifications (Specs) of the project are
defined, project objectives are established,
Teams formed, major responsibilities are
assigned. In this stage, a substantial Clarity of
the project and Understanding by the Team is
established.
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Project Life Cycle
 2. Planning Stage --
 Increase in the Level of efforts
 Development of systematic plans.
 Understanding purpose, beneficiary,
objectives, financial implications, ROI, etc.
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Project Life Cycle
 3. Executing Stage –
 Major portion of the project work takes place at this
stage of operations.
 Physical product – report or parameters established –
Time, cost and Specs analyzed and used for control.
 Project Status reviewed as per the forecasting done.
 Review /Rectification /Changes done wherever
necessary.
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Project Life Cycle
 3. Closing Stage --
 Involves three activities
 ** a, Delivery of project/service product to the
customer
 ** b, Redeploying Project resources for other Live
Projects by the company / team.
 ** c, Post Project Review.
Project Life Cycle
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Role of Project Management
 Helps to sustain Economic Growth of the
Country.
 Helps to derive competitive advantage through
Innovation and continuous Real Time
Improvements.
 Helps to drive an Institution or an Organization
“Result Oriented”.
 Helps in development in every step of the
society 29
Role of Project Management
 A extra-ordinary tool for both Private and Public
sector.
 Demand for Project Management courses have
tremendously Increased and gained wider
recognition.
 Approximately in many developed and fast growing
economy, PM contributes to the tune ranging from
30 to 70% in the country’s development.
 Professionals excel in project works eg. CA,
Lawyer, Scientists, PHO, Contractors, etc.
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Role of Project Management
 PMI provides certification as Project Management
Professional (PMP).
 Currently around 5 Lac PMP in the country.
 Ever Green Professional, as each endeavor or
service is a Project by itself.
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Current Drivers of Project Management
 1. Compression or Quickening of the
Product Life Cycle (PLC)
 One of Significant driving forces behind the
demand for PM is shortening of PLC.
 New products with shortest PLC is a reality
For example – Digital Mobiles, Electronic
products.
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Current Drivers of Project Management
 2. Knowledge Explosion
 New Technology, new explosion of
knowledge has increased the complexity of
many projects.
 Digital Age and Digital Intervention has
made man to harness his knowledge quickly
to the need of the hour.
 Need for Integrating divergent Technologies
for survival. 33
Current Drivers of Project Management
 3. Triple Bottom Line (Planet, People,
Profit)
 Customer Awareness
 Common Benefit – son’s of the soil theory
 Ecology conservation, CSA, Reducing
Carbon footprint, using Renewable resources
 Genuine efforts to be in Green Line
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Current Drivers of Project Management
 4. Corporate Downsizing ::
 Downsizing
 Dramatic restructuring based on core
competency of the company and employee.
 Middle management getting replaced by
Corporate Management.
 Increased responsibility of PM in also
managing external Teams from various orgn.
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Current Drivers of Project Management
 5. Increased Customer Focus::
 Customers are highly educated in their
specific needs.
 Companies addressing them through
increased interactions and relationships
 PM – vital for both development of
customized products and sustaining
relationships with customers.
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Current Drivers of Project Management
 6. Small Projects Represent Big Problems :
 Several small projects, allocation of limited
resources
 Inefficient management of small projects
 Wrong estimation of small projects and its
relevance to company’s growth/profitability
 Accountability, flexibility, Speed and
continuous improvements at stake.
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Alignment of Projects with
Organizational Strategy and its Impact
 Projects – Modus Operandi for
Implementing Strategy…
 Strategic Alignment / Plan by Leadership
 Portfolio management by Middle Level Managers
 Project Management by one set of Managers
 This leads to gaps in communication, decision
making and delivery of projects within time
frame and with quality and precision.
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Socio Technical Approach to Project
Management
 The focus of Senior management is only
selections of projects, not implementation
 Hence Implementation is always a challenge.
 Two dimensions within the actual execution of
Projects.
 1. The Technical Dimensions
 2. The Socio Cultural Dimensions
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Socio Technical Approach to Project
Management
 1. The Technical
Dimensions ::
 a. Scope
 b. WBS (Work
Breakdown Structure)
 c. Schedule
 d. Resource Allocation
 e. Baseline Budgets
 f. Status Reports
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Socio Technical Approach to Project
Management
 2. The Socio Cultural
Dimensions ::
 a. Leadership
 b. Problem Solving
 c. Teamwork
 d. Negotiation
 e. Politics
 f. Customer
Expectations.
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Project Stakeholders
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SPONSOR
 An Undisputable Champion
 An Effective Communicator and Leader.
 Have definitely Accountability in the Success
of the Project.
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Project Manager
 Provide a framework for the project’s
activities
 Identify needed resources
 Negotiate with higher authorities
 Recruit effective participants
 Set milestones
 Coordinate activities
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Project Management Team
 Keep the vision clear and the work on track
 Make sure everyone on the team contributes
and benefits
 Mediate conflicts
 Make sure project goals are delivered on time
and on budget
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Team Leader
 1. Initiator
 2. Role Model
 3. Negotiator
 4. Listener
 5. Coach
 6. Working Member.
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Team Player / Members
 1. Technical Skill
 2. Problem Solving Skill
 3. Interpersonal Skill
 4. organizational Skills (Including Networking
Skills)
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Project Steering Committee
 A Steering Committee, which takes wide
accountability and Immense level of
Commitment and Leadership.
 Decision making is quick and realistic
 Continuous monitoring of the wellness of the
projects.
 Help sought out complexities between and in
the Team and its members.
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Global Project Framework
By-
Mayan Sardana

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Project Management

  • 1. An Overview of Project Management 6e. 1–1
  • 2. Project Management Framework  In this Unit, you would have a broader understanding of what is a project  Need for Project Management  Project Life Cycle  Project Stake Holders
  • 3. 3 What is a Project - Examples  Research work to identify specific needs of a customer, say preference of clove salt in a toothpaste  Devising strategies for eliminating or reducing Drug Abuse or society related offences
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  • 8. 8 Characteristics of Project Management  1. An Established objective  2. A defined Life span with a beginning and an End.  3. Usually the involvement of several departments and professionals.  4. Typically trying to do something that has never been done before.  5. Specific in nature and includes a specific timing, cost and performance requirements. 
  • 9. 9 Characteristics of Project Management  6. Is measured and Accounted with results and Learning/s.  7. Enables an Individual or a Professional to learn and practice the systematic approach of a project and process to make it more workable and successful.  8. A Project manager learns the art of “On Field and Off Field” management practices that can enable and nurture success of a project.
  • 10. 10 What is NOT a Project  A repetitive or a routine daily work . Eg., a research to find a new derivative product or service.  Program Vs Project . – Synomously used with each other  Program -- A group of related projects designed to accomplish a common goal over an extended period of time.  Under each project within a program -- Project manager …. Project Executives 
  • 11. 11 What is NOT a Project  Program Management – Is a process of managing a group of ongoing, inter- dependent, related projects in a co-ordinated way to achieve strategic objectives.  For example - A company would participate in a promotional campaign as part of Awareness drive of the brand or the product or service, it provides.  Example -- Cancer Awareness Campaign.
  • 12. Need and Importance of Project Management  1. Defines a plan and organises chaos –  Projects are naturally chaotic. The primary business function of project management is organizing and planning projects to tame this chaos. A clear path mapped out from start to finish ensures the outcome meets the goals of your project. 12
  • 13. Need and Importance of Project Management  2. Establishes a schedule and plan –  Without a schedule, a project has a higher probability of delays and cost overruns. A sound schedule is key to a successful project. 13
  • 14. Need and Importance of Project Management  3. Enforces and encourages teamwork –  A project brings people together to share ideas and provide inspiration. Collaboration is the cornerstone to effective project planning and management. 14
  • 15. Need and Importance of Project Management  4. Manages Integration –  Projects don’t happen in a vacuum. They need to be integrated with business processes, systems and organizations. 15
  • 16. Need and Importance of Project Management  5. Controls cost –  Some projects can cost a significant amount of money so on budget performance is essential. Using project management strategies greatly reduces the risk of budget overruns. 16
  • 17. Need and Importance of Project Management  7. Managing quality –  Quality is the value of what you produce. Project management identifies, manages and controls quality. This results in a high quality product or service and a happy client. 17
  • 18. Need and Importance of Project Management  8. Manages change –  Projects always happen in an environment in which nothing is constant except change. Managing change is a complex and daunting task. It is not optional. Project management manages change. 18
  • 19. Need and Importance of Project Management  9. Strategic Alignment –  Project management is important because it ensures what is being delivered, is right, and will deliver real value against the business opportunity. 19
  • 20. Need and Importance of Project Management  10. Learning from failure –  Projects do fail. When they do, it is important to learn from the process. Project management ensures that lessons are learned from project success and failure. 20
  • 21. Need and Importance of Project Management  11. Leadership –  Project management is important because it brings leadership and direction to projects. 21
  • 22. Need and Importance of Project Management  12. Risk Management –  Project management is important because it ensures risks are properly managed and mitigated against to avoid becoming issues. 22
  • 23. 23 Project Life Cycle  Undergoes 4 stages in a sequential manner.  1. Defining Stage --  Specifications (Specs) of the project are defined, project objectives are established, Teams formed, major responsibilities are assigned. In this stage, a substantial Clarity of the project and Understanding by the Team is established.
  • 24. 24 Project Life Cycle  2. Planning Stage --  Increase in the Level of efforts  Development of systematic plans.  Understanding purpose, beneficiary, objectives, financial implications, ROI, etc.
  • 25. 25 Project Life Cycle  3. Executing Stage –  Major portion of the project work takes place at this stage of operations.  Physical product – report or parameters established – Time, cost and Specs analyzed and used for control.  Project Status reviewed as per the forecasting done.  Review /Rectification /Changes done wherever necessary.
  • 26. 26 Project Life Cycle  3. Closing Stage --  Involves three activities  ** a, Delivery of project/service product to the customer  ** b, Redeploying Project resources for other Live Projects by the company / team.  ** c, Post Project Review.
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  • 29. Role of Project Management  Helps to sustain Economic Growth of the Country.  Helps to derive competitive advantage through Innovation and continuous Real Time Improvements.  Helps to drive an Institution or an Organization “Result Oriented”.  Helps in development in every step of the society 29
  • 30. Role of Project Management  A extra-ordinary tool for both Private and Public sector.  Demand for Project Management courses have tremendously Increased and gained wider recognition.  Approximately in many developed and fast growing economy, PM contributes to the tune ranging from 30 to 70% in the country’s development.  Professionals excel in project works eg. CA, Lawyer, Scientists, PHO, Contractors, etc. 30
  • 31. Role of Project Management  PMI provides certification as Project Management Professional (PMP).  Currently around 5 Lac PMP in the country.  Ever Green Professional, as each endeavor or service is a Project by itself. 31
  • 32. Current Drivers of Project Management  1. Compression or Quickening of the Product Life Cycle (PLC)  One of Significant driving forces behind the demand for PM is shortening of PLC.  New products with shortest PLC is a reality For example – Digital Mobiles, Electronic products. 32
  • 33. Current Drivers of Project Management  2. Knowledge Explosion  New Technology, new explosion of knowledge has increased the complexity of many projects.  Digital Age and Digital Intervention has made man to harness his knowledge quickly to the need of the hour.  Need for Integrating divergent Technologies for survival. 33
  • 34. Current Drivers of Project Management  3. Triple Bottom Line (Planet, People, Profit)  Customer Awareness  Common Benefit – son’s of the soil theory  Ecology conservation, CSA, Reducing Carbon footprint, using Renewable resources  Genuine efforts to be in Green Line 34
  • 35. Current Drivers of Project Management  4. Corporate Downsizing ::  Downsizing  Dramatic restructuring based on core competency of the company and employee.  Middle management getting replaced by Corporate Management.  Increased responsibility of PM in also managing external Teams from various orgn. 35
  • 36. Current Drivers of Project Management  5. Increased Customer Focus::  Customers are highly educated in their specific needs.  Companies addressing them through increased interactions and relationships  PM – vital for both development of customized products and sustaining relationships with customers. 36
  • 37. Current Drivers of Project Management  6. Small Projects Represent Big Problems :  Several small projects, allocation of limited resources  Inefficient management of small projects  Wrong estimation of small projects and its relevance to company’s growth/profitability  Accountability, flexibility, Speed and continuous improvements at stake. 37
  • 38. Alignment of Projects with Organizational Strategy and its Impact  Projects – Modus Operandi for Implementing Strategy…  Strategic Alignment / Plan by Leadership  Portfolio management by Middle Level Managers  Project Management by one set of Managers  This leads to gaps in communication, decision making and delivery of projects within time frame and with quality and precision. 38
  • 39. Socio Technical Approach to Project Management  The focus of Senior management is only selections of projects, not implementation  Hence Implementation is always a challenge.  Two dimensions within the actual execution of Projects.  1. The Technical Dimensions  2. The Socio Cultural Dimensions 39
  • 40. Socio Technical Approach to Project Management  1. The Technical Dimensions ::  a. Scope  b. WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)  c. Schedule  d. Resource Allocation  e. Baseline Budgets  f. Status Reports 40
  • 41. Socio Technical Approach to Project Management  2. The Socio Cultural Dimensions ::  a. Leadership  b. Problem Solving  c. Teamwork  d. Negotiation  e. Politics  f. Customer Expectations. 41
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  • 45. SPONSOR  An Undisputable Champion  An Effective Communicator and Leader.  Have definitely Accountability in the Success of the Project. 45
  • 46. Project Manager  Provide a framework for the project’s activities  Identify needed resources  Negotiate with higher authorities  Recruit effective participants  Set milestones  Coordinate activities 46
  • 47. Project Management Team  Keep the vision clear and the work on track  Make sure everyone on the team contributes and benefits  Mediate conflicts  Make sure project goals are delivered on time and on budget 47
  • 48. Team Leader  1. Initiator  2. Role Model  3. Negotiator  4. Listener  5. Coach  6. Working Member. 48
  • 49. Team Player / Members  1. Technical Skill  2. Problem Solving Skill  3. Interpersonal Skill  4. organizational Skills (Including Networking Skills) 49
  • 50. Project Steering Committee  A Steering Committee, which takes wide accountability and Immense level of Commitment and Leadership.  Decision making is quick and realistic  Continuous monitoring of the wellness of the projects.  Help sought out complexities between and in the Team and its members. 50