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7-7. Risk Severity Matrix. CHAPTER EIGHT. Scheduling Resources. PMBOK – Resource Management. Project human resource management: Includes the processes required to make the most effective use of the people invovled with the project. Individual contributors Etc. PMBOK – Resource Management.

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chapter eight

CHAPTER EIGHT

Scheduling Resources

slide4

PMBOK – Resource Management

  • Project human resource management:
    • Includes the processes required to make the most effective use of the people invovled with the project.
      • Individual contributors
      • Etc.
slide5

PMBOK – Resource Management

  • Major Processes
    • Organizational Planning
    • Staff acquisition
slide6

PMBOK – Resource Management

  • Organizational Planning
    • Involves identifying, documenting and assigning project roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships to either individuals or groups.
    • Reviewed/revised regularly throughout project
    • Tightly linked to communications planning
slide7

PMBOK – Resource Management

Organizational Planning

Inputs

Process

Output

Project Interfaces

Staffing Requirements

constraints

Role and responsibility assignments

Staffing management plan

Organization chart

Supporting detail

slide8

PMBOK – Resource Management

  • Staff Acquisition
    • Involves getting the human resources needed (individuals or groups) assigned to and working on the project.
slide9

PMBOK – Resource Management

Staff Acquisition

Inputs

Process

Output

Staffing management plan

Staffing pool description

Recruitment practices

Project Staff Assigned

Project team directory

slide10

PMBOK – Resource Management

  • Team development
    • Includes both enhancing the ability of stakeholders to contribute as individuals as well as enhancing the ability of the team to function as a team.
    • Complicated by two bosses.
slide11

PMBOK – Resource Management

Team Development

Inputs

Process

Output

Project staff

Project plan

Staffing management plan

Performance resports

External feedback

Team Building activities

General management skills

Reward recognition systems

Collocation

Training

types of project constraints
Types of Project Constraints
  • Technical Constraints
  • Physical Constraints
  • Resource Constraints
technical constraints
Technical Constraints
  • Also called logic constraints
  • Sequence of events for project activities
  • CPM addresses these
    • X-Planes
physical constraints
Physical Constraints
  • Contractual
  • Environmental
  • Handled similar to resource constraints
    • X-Planes
resource constraints
Resource Constraints
  • Parallel activities hold conflict for resources
  • Wedding example
    • One person, many tasks
      • X-Planes
types of resource constraints
Types of Resource Constraints
  • People
    • Most Important
  • Materials
    • Exotic
  • Equipment
    • Type Size Quantity
  • Working Capital
    • My Driveway
classification of scheduling
Classification of Scheduling

Customer

  • Time Constrained
  • Resource constrained

Project Manager

Time

Resources

project priority matrix

Time

Performance

Cost

Constrain

Enhance

Accept

Project Priority Matrix

Constrain: The original parameter is fixed. The project must meet the completion date, specs. And scope of the project, or budget

Enhance: Given the scope of the project, which criterion should be optimized?

Accept: For which criterion is it tolerable not to meet the original parameters?

time constrained
Time Constrained
  • Resource Utilization focus
  • Level within Slack
botanical garden1

8-4

Botanical Garden

Results:

Reduced resources

Required by 25%

(from 4 to 3)

Did not affect

Schedule

Why:

Some Equipment

Not Easily moved.

Negatives:

Loss of Slack

resource constrained projects
Resource Constrained Projects
  • Difficult to manage
  • No good math models for:
  • Rules (Heuristics)
    • Allocation of resources to activities to minimize project delays
heuristics rules that seem to work
Heuristics Rules that Seem to Work
  • Follow in order: Assign resources according to activities with:
    • Minimum slack

Then if tie:

    • Smallest Duration

Then if still a tie:

3. Lowest Activity Identification Number

slide28

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 2-3 Continued

Next least slack

Assign

Least Slack

First

Least Slack

Most Slack

slide29

x

Nothing to do here

Can’t assign activity

B, its too large (2+2=4>3

So, must leave C and D alone

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 3-4

0

slide30

x

Nothing to do here

Can’t assign activity

B, its too large (2+2=4>3

So, must leave C and D alone

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 4-5

x

-1

slide31

x

Nothing to do here

Can’t assign activity

B, its too large (2+2=4>3

So, must leave C and D alone

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 5-6

x

x

-2

slide32

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 6-7

Now, we assign activity with least

Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity F has least slack so

assign

x

x

x

x

2

-2

x

1

1

3

slide33

Now, we assign activity with least

Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity F has least slack so

assign

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 7-8

x

x

x

x

x

2

2

-2

0

x

x

1

1

3

3

slide34

Now, we assign activity with least

Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity F has least slack so

assign

x

x

x

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 8-9

x

x

x

x

x

2

2

2

-2

-1

1

1

1

3

3

slide35

Now, we assign activity with least

Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity F has least slack so

assign

x

x

x

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 9-10

x

x

x

x

2

2

2

2

-2

x

-2

1

1

1

1

3

3

3

slide36

Now, we assign activity with least Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity E has least slack so

assign

x

x

x

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 10-11

x

x

x

x

2

2

2

2

2

-2

x

-2

1

1

1

1

1

-1

x

3

3

3

3

slide37

Now, we assign activity with least Slack, that is activity B with –2 periods of

Slack. Next activity E has least slack so

assign

x

x

x

Resource-Constrained Schedule Through Period 11-12

x

x

x

2

2

2

2

2

2

-2

2

s

s

x

-2

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

-2

x

x

3

3

3

3

3