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Project Management DIY. Marion Raiser Programme Manager, Natural History Museum. What is project management. Cost. Quality. Time. Project Team. Risks. Communications. Stakeholders. Suppliers. So, where do I start?.

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Project management diy

Project Management DIY

Marion Raiser

Programme Manager, Natural History Museum


What is project management
What is project management

Cost

Quality

Time

Project Team

Risks

Communications

Stakeholders

Suppliers


So where do i start
So, where do I start?

  • Design & appoint the project team – responsibilities & communication channels

  • Clarify scope of work & quality criteria

  • Identify resources needed

  • Plan & cost the project

  • Get to know your stakeholders



So for all of you project managers out there
So, for all of you project managers out there…

  • Make sure you get the commitment from the business and your boss – work hard to keep it

  • Give yourself time to think – it’s time well invested

  • Don’t be afraid to say no and tell it like it is

  • Accept that you won’t get it right all the time

  • Accept that you can’t make everybody happy

  • Keep documentation to a strict minimum


So where can i get help
So where can I get help?

  • http://www.ogc.gov.uk/sdtoolkit/Comprehensive and freely available electronic tool for best practice and guidance on project management and related activities.

  • Marion Raiser, Programme [email protected]


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