Overview in Project Manager RoleChulayuth LochotinanSenior Project Manager – Thomson Reuters                              ...
3Software Development Lifecycle                             Reference: Thomson Reuters                                    ...
5           EstimationProjectManagement             Estimation              Risk                Project                Pro...
7           Project PlanningProjectManagement        Estimation   Risk         Project    Project              ProjectOver...
9           Project ClosingProjectManagement        Estimation   Risk         Project    Project              ProjectOvera...
111. Unclear goals and objectives                              If your project is set up to                              d...
13      3. Non-participative sponsors and      stakeholders, or usersWorking on a project that isn’t high on a client’s pr...
15       5. Lack of measures or information on project       performance                                                  ...
177.   Risk is not managed         Acknowledging risk and addressing it early         will at least minimise expensive iss...
19    10.   Unrealistic deadline/targetTargets are far too often based on desire or a vague sense of whatshould be achieva...
21  Panelists Introduction• Ho Kit Robert Ong – Director of Global Development  No Magic Asia Co., Ltd.• Punnee Chariyanun...
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Overview in Project Manager Role

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Presentation ของ คุณ Chulayuth Lochotinan Senior Project Manager – Thomson Reuters
งานสัมมนา Thailand SPIN วันที่ 24 พ.ค.

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Overview in Project Manager Role

  1. 1. Overview in Project Manager RoleChulayuth LochotinanSenior Project Manager – Thomson Reuters 2 What is Project Management?Project Management is the disciplineof organizing and managing resourcesin such a way that these resourcesdeliver all the work required tocomplete a project within definedscope, quality, time and costconstraints.Team members : Do things rightProject Manager: Do the right thing
  2. 2. 3Software Development Lifecycle Reference: Thomson Reuters 4Roles of Project Manager Project Management Overall Picture Estimation Risk Management Project Planning Project Tracking Project Closing Reference: Thomson Reuters
  3. 3. 5 EstimationProjectManagement Estimation Risk Project Project ProjectOverall Picture Management Planning Tracking Closing COMMON TUNE GIVE & GET UNDERSTANDING EXPECTATION COMMITMENT SCOPE EFFORT SCHEDULE SIZE COST 6 Risk ManagementProjectManagement Estimation Risk Project Project ProjectOverall Picture Management Planning Tracking Closing Past Project Risk Information Requirement Form Risk Identify Analyse Risks Plan for Track Risks Evaluation Risks Risk Team Control RISK IDENTIFICATION RISK ANALYSIS RISK TRACKING AND CONTROL
  4. 4. 7 Project PlanningProjectManagement Estimation Risk Project Project ProjectOverall Picture Management Planning Tracking Closing Reference: Thomson Reuters 8 Project TrackingProjectManagement Estimation Risk Project Project ProjectOverall Picture Management Planning Tracking Closing Reference: Thomson Reuters
  5. 5. 9 Project ClosingProjectManagement Estimation Risk Project Project ProjectOverall Picture Management Planning Tracking Closing Reference: Thomson Reuters 10 Most Common Issues & Challenges
  6. 6. 111. Unclear goals and objectives If your project is set up to deliver the "wrong thing," it may be considered a failure even if everything is delivered on time, within budget, and to the required quality.Lack of alignment to project goals across stakeholders 122. Poor communication of objectives andtargets across the team
  7. 7. 13 3. Non-participative sponsors and stakeholders, or usersWorking on a project that isn’t high on a client’s priority list can be frustrating. Insome cases, the person responsible for communicating with you has little to nointerest in your project. The completed product will have no direct effect on theirjob, they are hard to ask questions to, even harder to get answers from, and theyprovide minimal guidance. 14 4. Unofficial scope creep Scope creep can happen now. All scope creep means is that project manager has the project scope to increase without analysing the impact on the triple constraint, and getting an approval. Start scope management as soon as the ink dries on the charter! “Im sorry. Thats out of scope. Lets talk about how we can do that in Phase 2”
  8. 8. 15 5. Lack of measures or information on project performance 16 6. Unclear responsibilities across the projectDuplication of effort = Waste of time and effort
  9. 9. 177. Risk is not managed Acknowledging risk and addressing it early will at least minimise expensive issues later. 189. Ineffective communication and teamworking
  10. 10. 19 10. Unrealistic deadline/targetTargets are far too often based on desire or a vague sense of whatshould be achievable, rather than driven by calculated business needs. 20 Panel Discussion PM Soft Skills & Techniques
  11. 11. 21 Panelists Introduction• Ho Kit Robert Ong – Director of Global Development No Magic Asia Co., Ltd.• Punnee Chariyanuntakul – Senior Delivery Manager IBM (Thailand) Co., Ltd.• Sinaporn Subvisai – Agile Evangelist Proteus Technologies Co., Ltd.• Pipit Jariyavattanavijit – Assistant Vice President Total Access Communication Co.,Ltd. DTAC

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