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Project planning strategies –fishbone analysis. Date Name Title Microsoft Corporation. Workshop overview. Workshop overview. What is the fishbone?. A planning tool for individuals or groups. Helps quickly and easily identify core elements for project success.

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Project planning strategies –fishbone analysis

DateNameTitleMicrosoft Corporation

what is the fishbone
What is the fishbone?
  • A planning tool for individuals or groups.
  • Helps quickly and easily identify core elements for project success.
  • Its analysis of core elements helps identify components of the project action plan.
  • Works best when applied quickly and decisively without concern about very small details.
  • Use the fishbone process before the Priority Matrix workshop to build a project action plan.
  • Use one fishbone template per project.
workshop tasks
Workshop tasks
  • Work with the fishbone template or use your own paper.
  • Identify the key elements for consideration in your project plan—focus on a few main headings.
  • Add these to the main ‘bones.’
  • Break down each key element into smaller elements and add these to the smaller ‘bones.’
  • Work individually or in groups of two or three people.
  • At this stage, focus on key words or short phrases without concern for small details.
  • See the fishbone-analysis example on the next slide—yours will be different.
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Fishbone example—add key elements first …

Environment

Training

Infrastructure

Objective:

1 to 1 computing

Assessment

Curriculum

Finance

Research

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… then add smaller factors

Environment

Training

Infrastructure

Power

Eco - friendly

Classroom design

Telecoms

Technical support

Health and safety

Connectivity

Furniture

Admin staff

Security

Teachers

Objective:

1 to 1 computing

International dimension

How much?

New models

What does

research say?

PBL

How often?

Best practice examples

Quality assurance

Benchmark visits

Sustainability options

E-learning

Partners

What newskills to assess?

What

new topics?

Assessment

Curriculum

Finance

Research

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