Overview of GIS projects. Geog 463 March 29, 2006. Outlines. Scope of GIS projects Methodology for GIS implementation plan Project management techniques Guideline for P1: Needs assessment. 1. Scope of GIS project. Single-purpose GIS project Initiated to serve one-time objectives
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From MPLIS Chapter 16
A WBS chart displays the structure of a project showing how a project is organized into summary (phase) and detail levels.
a tool for displaying the progression of a project in the form of a specialized chart
A PERT chart displays the tasks in a project along with the dependencies between these tasks. Using a PERT chart is a great way to define and display the dependency relationships that exist between tasks.
Identify stakeholders, decision-makers, and escalation procedures
Develop detailed task list (work breakdown structures)
Estimate time requirements
Develop initial project management flow chart
Identify required resources and budget
Evaluate project requirements
Identify and evaluate risks Prepare contingency plan
Identify and track critical milestones
Participate in project phase review
Secure needed resources
Manage the change control process
Report project statusFifteen Project Management Job Functions
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