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BUS 4017 Project Management HR Wk 6. Agenda Responsibility Matrix after WBS Legend: R=Responsible. I = Inform etc. F=Feedback Test review- sources of the test material: Gido and Clements Ch. 1-8 readings PowerPoints Group exercises Supplementary handouts

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responsibility matrix after wbs
Responsibility Matrix after WBS

Legend: R=Responsible. I = Inform etc. F=Feedback

test review sources of the test material
Test review-sources of the test material:

Gido and Clements Ch. 1-8 readings

PowerPoints

Group exercises

Supplementary handouts

Movie on project management

Class web sites: e.g. www.timemanage.com/verzuh.html

Your questions answered page. YAQ.

last weeks handouts review
Last weeks Handouts review
  • Project Manager selection
  • Decision Matrix for Hiring H.R. Director
  • WBS & Estimate Quiz answers
  • Predecessor exercise
your needs
Your needs
  • What do you need to study effectively for this exam?
  • Areas of concern?
  • Page references?
  • If you need extra tuition arrange for it early enough to be useful – Tues or Thurs. I am available.
terms acronyms and definitions
Terms, acronyms and definitions
  • P.M.I., PMBOK, C.P.M., P.E.R.T. method
  • R.F.P. and the proposals related to project life cycles.
  • Project industry, trends. Reasons, benefits
  • Project definition and the 5 action steps for success
  • Various types stakeholders and their roles.
  • Project selection reasons and methods. Decision Matrix
  • Project Scope – three parts (triangle/equilibrium)
  • Trade offs between time, cost and quality.
  • Documentation: Charter, S.O.W. What goes into each document?
  • The WBS and related documents incl. Predecessors!!
  • Responsibility Matrix. How would you lay it out? What goes where?
  • Estimating methods. Top down, bottom up. Time, materials.
  • What is a baseline in the plan? What does it include?
management and trends
Management and trends.
  • History of project management and development.
  • Operations vs projects. Can you define what qualifies as a project?
  • Acceptance of project management-

why does it work?

  • Certification and standards
  • Which industries use it?
  • Project management skills vs industry skills
starting the project
Starting the project?
  • Reasons: need, opportunity necessity
  • Meetings, questions (6 w’s)
  • Management techniques: need assessments
  • Stakeholder input
  • Input through R.F.P.’s and proposals
  • Financial and political implications;cost benefits
  • Decision making
  • S.O.W. (Statement of Work) is the contract
statement of work
Statement of Work
  • Purpose, forms, input from whom – various stakeholders
  • S.M.A.R.T. formula for goal setting become the objectives
  • S.O.W. contains the contractual elements of the project –what are they, know the key parts
  • S.O.W. is developed into a Plan which includes: Risk management, WBS, Schedules, Estimates and Budgets and Responsibility Matrix’s/s
stakeholders
Stakeholders
  • Can influence the outcome of the project.
  • Need to identify them – ongoing
  • There a 5 main types. Name the types.
decision matrix
Decision Matrix
  • We will use the same format we used in class.
  • Look at the R. F.P. requirements.
  • Choose your criteria
  • Give them weights that total 100%
  • Provide a range (ranking scale) for each
  • Look at the Proposals, find the matching
  • Information to your items #1 and #3 above
  • Multiply your #2 weight by the rank #3
  • Add the scores on one line
  • Compare scoring and choose.
review definition stage
Review Definition stage
  • The definition stage-learnings from your group work on the model build. The longer you take and more input you get from stakeholders the better the plan.
  • Planning, the reasons for it and the benefits. E.g. You have a guideline to work to and measurable standards to evaluate progress.
  • You announce the start of the project with a Charter. What else goes into this document.
  • You develop the S.O.W. and then start making detailed plans.
  • Might have to go through a decision making model. Should you do the project, or which one to align with all company vision, mission and goals, profitability?
start the planning with risk management gido and clements p 108
Start the planning with Risk management. Gido and Clements. P 108
  • Why aren’t risk identified in a project – might not get the job?
  • Teams and stakeholders identify risks
  • Weigh up the severity – impact
  • Weigh up the probability of occurring
  • Include in your plan how to manage the risk
  • Continue to monitor your risks throughout the project . Get reports.
  • Document all of the above and results.
planning stage risk wbs schedule gantt resp matrix and estimate and budgets
Planning stage.Risk, WBS, Schedule, GANTT, Resp. Matrix. and Estimateand Budgets
  • See page 117 for the WBS project we have done in class.
  • What would the task list look like?
  • What are the predecessors for the task on the Network diagram?
  • The times for this project are on p. 146. Could you calculate the critical path?
  • Could you convert the Network diagram into a GANTT chart with correct symbols?
  • What would the Responsibility Matrix look like?
  • Now apply all the above to the Case for the Exam-
last week s scheduling warm up
Last week’s Scheduling warm up

Calculate the critical path

A, B, C, F, = 23

D, C, F, = 21

D, E, F = 20

A

B

C

F

E

D

planning stage
Planning stage
  • Why we plan for a baseline/control
  • Creating a WBS from the S.O.W.
  • Break down project to work package level.
  • Assign work packages to Responsibility M.
  • Estimate the work package time and $
  • Schedule the packages on Network Diagram
  • Turn calculate critical paths and floats
  • Create GANTT chart from WBS and Network
planning stage17
Planning stage
  • Why we plan for a baseline/control
  • Creating a WBS from the S.O.W.
  • Break down project to work package level.
  • Assign work packages to Responsibility M.
  • Estimate the work package time and $
  • Schedule the packages on Network Diagram
  • Turn calculate critical paths and floats
  • Create GANTT chart from WBS and Network
estimating and resources
Estimating and Resources
  • Estimating top down-from management
  • Bottom up – from the team members
  • Estimates are budgeted
  • Resources are determined – people, equipment, materials
  • Sub contractors are hired
  • New Teams (stakeholders) may be added
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The Case for the Exam. The case we will use in the exam will be similar to the material we have covered in class.
  • We will use the case on P. 170 –176 for the exam WBS, Schedule and GANTT and related items
  • The case will be modified to fit our teaching formats
  • It will help us understand the relationship between the IT (Info. Tech. ) and other functional departments in today’s workplaces
useful web links for study
Useful web links for study
  • http://www.timemanage.com/verzuh.htm
  • http://www.timemanage.com/yaq.html
  • www.swlearning.com/quant/gido/pm_2e/gido.html
  • http://