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Title: Project Management for Your Local Section / Chapter Lee Stogner, PMP


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Project Management for Your Local Section /
ChapterLee Stogner, PMP
  • 2005 Leadership Workshop
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • March 12, 2005

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Seminar Objectives
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Benefits of Sound Project Management
  • Less overall project cost
  • Less strain on working capital
  • Effective use of resources
  • More timely project completion
  • Higher quality of the final product

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Project Management Overview
  • What is a project?
  • What is project management?
  • What is project success?
  • What factors determine project success?

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A Project When a task...
  • Has a defined objective
  • Has a deadline
  • Requires integration of knowledge and experience
    from various organizations

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Project Management is
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Project Management isCausing a
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Project Management
  • Complex and numerous activities
  • Unique - a one time set of events
  • Finite - a begin and end date
  • Limited resources and budget
  • Many people involved
  • Sequenced activities
  • End product or service must result

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Program Management
  • Larger in scope than a project
  • Made up of several projects
  • Made up of a number of similar products
  • Programs tend to be more permanent

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Peanuts
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What is Project Success?
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Factors in Project Success
  • Project Management Philosophy
  • Project Management Role and Responsibility
  • Project Management Principles and Practices

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Project Management Philosophy
  • The Golden Rule of Project Management is three
    words
  • Plan
  • Organize
  • Control

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Project Management Roles and Responsibilities
  • Project Execution
  • Maintain Customer Relations
  • Create a Positive Environment

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Project Execution Plan
  • Project Execution Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Quality
  • Safety
  • Risk Management
  • Design/Develop/Program
  • Implementation
  • Documentation
  • Training

Project Execution Plan
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Customer Relations
  • Develop Communication
  • Ensure Timely Participation
  • Include the Customer on the Project Team
  • Develop Trust and Confidence

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Create a Positive Environment
  • __________ Effectively
  • __________ Member of the Team
  • Utilize _______ _______ Activities
  • __________ Success

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Safety
Maintain a safe working environment
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Project Management Principles and Practices
  • Define Project Objectives
  • Develop Project Execution Plan
  • Define Baselines for Control
  • Manage Risk
  • Close out Effectively

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Define Project Objectives
  • Expected deliverables
  • Required resources (total installed cost)
  • Required timing (opening date)
  • Safety and Environmental
  • Total Quality

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Define S.M.A.R.T. Project Objectives
  • S pecific
  • M easurable
  • A ssignable
  • R ealistic
  • T ime related

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Alignment Process
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Team Requirements
  • Skills needed ?
  • Individuals identified ?
  • When are they needed ?
  • Where are they ?
  • Training needed ?
  • Interpersonal compatibility ?

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The Four Cornerstones of Project Management
Cost
Schedule
Quality
Scope
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Cornerstones ofProject Management
Cost
Schedule
Scope
Quality
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ScopePoor scope definition is the major
contributing factor to cost overruns in the
engineering and construction industry.
CAUTION
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Cost Influence Relative Time
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Initial Scoping Effort
  • Sets the baseline for cost and schedule
  • Must involve the right people
  • Must include implementation
  • Identifies items not included
  • Maximum influence on project cost
  • Breaks project into manageable pieces

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The WBS

Drawings
Estimate
Facility
Bill of Materials
Services
WBS Element/ Work Package
Schedule
Cost Reports
Contracts
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Successful Work Breakdown
  • Status and completion is easily measured
  • Definite beginning and end
  • It is familiar with prior experience
  • Manageable work assignments
  • One continuous stream of work from start to finish

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Steps for constructing a WBS
  • Divide the project into major objectives
  • Partition objectives into activities
  • Divide activities with missing characteristics
    into subactivities
  • Repeat 3 until all subactivities have desired
    characteristics
  • Lowest subactivities are the basis of work
    packages

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The effect of creeping scope is a major cause
of cost overruns
Creeping scope

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To manage creeping scope
  • Keep scope documents current
  • Freeze design after the estimate has been
    approved
  • Allow only those changes that are justified by
    benefit
  • Use an effective change management procedure

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The Four Commandments of Good Project Scope
Written Well defined Clearly
understood Achievable
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Cornerstones ofProject Management
Cost
Schedule
Quality
Scope
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Aspects of Cost
  • Estimate Basis for Control
  • Cost Control Application of control
    procedures to follow financial progress

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Estimate Requirements
  • Define project cost integrate scope,
    schedule, and resources
  • Define estimate basis
  • Identify potential risks
  • Identify contingency/escalation
  • Identify items not included

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Elements of Cost Control
  • Establish the baseline (estimate)
  • Measure variation from baseline
  • Take corrective action

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Cost Control System
  • Detailed project scope/work package
  • Control estimate
  • Chart of accounts
  • Cost status report
  • Forecasting process
  • Change management procedure
  • Cash flow forecast

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Project Control
Project Day 1 -------------- To do list Kick off
meeting Project schedule
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Integration of Cost and Time
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Basic Elements of the Control System
  • A project plan Scope, schedule, estimates
  • A monitoring system which measures performance
    against plan
  • A reporting system which identifies deviations
    from the plan
  • A system which communicates deviations to the
    right people
  • Corrective actions
  • Forecasting the project outcome

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Key Control Philosophies
  • Define the baseline for control 1.______
    _ 2. ________ 3. _______ 4.
    ________
  • Divide project into manageable pieces
  • Remember Ability to influence cost is maximum
    early in the project

Project Success
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Key Control Philosophies (cont)
Project Success
  • Define and manage risk/opportunity
  • Integrate scope and estimated cost into schedule
  • Make informed decisions
  • Anticipate deviations/changes
  • Adopt the end product approach
  • Plan ahead from phase to phase

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Basic Project Control Steps
  • Define the project scope
  • Develop a project plan consistent with
  • project scope
  • estimates (cost constraints)
  • schedule (constraints
  • resources available
  • Report progress and compare with budget and
    forecast
  • Control by taking corrective action

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Contingency - Plan for Change
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Cornerstones ofProject Management
Schedule
Cost
Quality
Scope
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Schedule
  • Planning - Identification of the
    sequence of events necessary
    to complete the project
  • Scheduling - Determination of timing
    and assembly of project
    activities to give overall
    completion time

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Front End Schedule
A way to get the project started right
Design Program Install /
Test System Turnover
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Basis for Project Schedule
  • Project objectives
  • Project scope
  • Project milestones
  • Project estimate (budget)
  • Resource availability

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The Critical Path
  • Identifies project priorities
  • Shows activity relationships
  • Enables schedule analysis
  • Reflects project strategy
  • Promotes teamwork

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Basic Network Diagramming
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Expanded Network Diagramming
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The Bar Chart
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The Gantt Chart
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Project Schedule - Tools
Microsoft Project
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Project Schedule - Tools
www.primavera.com
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Five Phases of Project Management
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Cornerstones ofProject Management
Cost
Schedule
Quality
Scope
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Total Project Quality Management
Quality Assurance
Total Project Quality Management
Design Basis
Quality Control
Continuous Improvement
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Project Quality Improvement
  • Develop a quality management plan early in the
    project
  • Include representatives from all affected
    organizational units on the project team
  • Initiate the project effectively through kick-off
    and alignment meetings
  • Review performance and measure success

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Project Quality Improvement (cont)
  • Define scope and review periodically
  • Limit scope changes formal change
    procedure require justification
  • Complete more engineering up-front before
    defining cost and scheduling
  • Obtain constructability, operability and
    maintainability input to design

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Cost of Quality
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Risk Management
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Manage Risk
  • What is risk?
  • Sources of risk
  • Kinds of risk
  • Risk Management Process
  • Identify risks
  • Define consequences
  • Develop a mitigation plan
  • Document

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Sources of Risk
Technical
Financial
Socio-Economic
Contractual
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Risk Management Process
Identify Risk
Analyze Risk
Respond to Risk
Document Risk
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Sources of Help to Identify Risk
  • Site investigations
  • Contract documents
  • Schedule
  • Team brainstorming
  • Body of experience

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Risk Control Methods
  • Avoid
  • Reduce
  • Share
  • Insure
  • Accept
  • with contingency
  • without contingency
  • Contain

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Risk Containment
  • Clearly define insurance responsibilities in
    contracts
  • Use qualified personnel
  • Document and communicate project strategy
  • Define roles and responsibilities
  • Prepare contingency plans for critical activities
  • Use up-front team building

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Risk Containment (cont)
  • Use qualifies contractors and vendors
  • Preconstruction work briefings (especially
    safety)
  • Rehearse critical activities or use mock-ups
  • Use strong project control systems
  • Manage contingency

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Project Close-out
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Project Closeout - Major Phases
  • Obtain client acceptance
  • Document the project
  • Conduct the post implementation audit
  • Issue the final report

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Pyramid Cartoon
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Plan the Work Work the Plan
Successful Project Management
Project Execution Plan
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Successful Project Completion
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Project Management - Learning More
www.pmi.org
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Project Management - Learning More
Project Management Body of Knowledge
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Project Management - Learning More
www.amazon.com
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Project Management - Get Certified
www.pmi.org
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Project Management - IEEE EMS
www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/ems
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Class Exercise - Plan a Project
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Lee Stogner - Contact Information
Lee Stogner, PMP Rockwell Automation Mobile
864-360-9415 Email l.stogner_at_ieee.org
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