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LFRS Project Management and DCP. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Alison Kitching Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service. LFRS Project Management and DCP. LFRS Project Management and DCP. Why do we undertake projects? To improve the service we deliver To meet our strategic objectives

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Lfrs project management and dcp
LFRS Project Management and DCP

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Alison Kitching

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service



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LFRS Project Management and DCP

Why do we undertake projects?

  • To improve the service we deliver

  • To meet our strategic objectives

  • To improve the working environment for staff

  • To achieve greater efficiency




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LFRS Project Management and DCP

What is project management?

Project Management is the application of skills, knowledge, tools and techniques to meet the needs and expectations of the stakeholders for a project.


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

Get the Balance right…. controlled but not constrained

Project Management controls appropriate to the level of change



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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • LFRS Project Management

    • Project Management Policy

    • Project Management Organisation

    • Project Management Framework

      • Process

      • Tools and Techniques

      • Guidelines


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • LFRS Project Organisation

    • Corporate Programme Board

    • Project Sponsor

    • Project Manager

    • Project Teams – cross functional

    • Programme Support


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • LFRS Project Lifecycle

    • Concept

    • Start-up

    • Planning

    • Implementation

    • Closedown



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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • Start - up

    • Determine project scope and objectives

    • Create the project team

    • Create the business case

    • Seek Corporate Programme Board approval


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • Planning

    • Develop the plan for the project

    • Establish project management controls

    • Project schedule development



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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • Implementation

    • Execute the project plan

    • Accomplish project goals

    • Quality assurance

    • Supplier management


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • Closedown

    • Lessons Learned

    • Contractual close down

    • Transition to business as usual


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LFRS Project Management and DCP

  • Project Manager:

    • A project manager is the person who has the overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, execution and closure of a project.


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LFRSProject Management and DCP

Summary

  • Understand the project objectives

  • Operate in a defined project environment

  • Utilise a standard project management methodology and tools

  • Appoint a Project Manager


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LFRSProject Management and DCP

And finally..... Why was DCP a success?

  • Defined start and end, unique

  • Operated in a defined project environment

  • Utilised standard project management methodology and tools

  • Effective communication


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