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Title: Project%20Management


1
Introduction
  • Project Management

2
Projects
  • A unique process, consisting of a set of
    coordinated and controlled activities with start
    and finish dates, undertaken to achieve an
    objective conforming to specific requirements
    including constraints of time, cost and
    resources.
  • unique
  • specific objectives (the project product)
  • constraints (especially limited time frame)

3
Notes
  • Projects may form parts of a larger project
  • Project objectives and scope are updated and
    defined progressively as the project proceeds.
  • Project product it is defined in the project
    scope. One or more units, tangible or intangible.
  • The projects organisation is normally temporary.
  • Complexity and interactions among project
    activities.

4
Projects are connected to change management
Usual business of the firm
Projects
Changes (uncertainty)
Routines regular tasks
5
Common project elements
  • Product specification
  • Project plan
  • Time frame
  • Budget
  • Cost plan
  • Statemet of quality required
  • Identification of areas of uncertainty
  • Risk management evaluation responses

6
Collecting information
  • Real time
  • Facilities needed to analyse the collected data

7
The project triangle
8
Project management
  • Project management is the discipline of planning,
    organizing, and managing resources to bring about
    the successful completion of specific project
    goals and objectives.
  • It is possible (and sometimes very efficient) to
    manage non-project processes as projects.

9
The project cycle
  • 4 phases
  • Conception (definition)
  • Development (planning)
  • Realisation (implementation)
  • Termination (closing)

10
Conception
  • Idea of a new project
  • Internal
  • External
  • Desirability (Does it fit the strategy and the
    mission?)
  • Feasibility (costs, resources, schedule)
  • Documentation project (work) statement
  • End of phase formal authorization

11
Feasibility study
  • Capability to deliver the project product in time
  • Final price of the product
  • Project budget
  • Specification of the product
  • Ability to support the capital outlay
  • Availability of the items and services needed
  • Acceptability of geographical and ecological
  • Acceptability of any further contract conditions

12
Development phase
  • Appointment of the project manager and the
    project management team. From now on the project
    manager is in control.
  • A first phase Project Management Plan (PMP). It
    contains all plans for the project, but it is
    continuously changing.

13
Realisation phase
  • Turning the plans into reality.
  • The project development and an appropriate
    reporting (monitoring) system are running
    simultaneously with the implementation process. A
    project log is needed.

14
The project termination
  • Closing the project and its activities
  • Knowledge management tasks
  • Success of methods used
  • Project team performance
  • Reliability of suppliers
  • Disposing the residual capital and equipment.

15
Project management maturity
  • Project management development is an evolutionary
    process every firm goes through nearly the same,
    step-by-step development process in their use of
    PM techniques.
  • Different organizations are on different levels
    of sophistication in their best practices for
    managing projects.

16
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