DPC Project Management Technology in Russia. Vladimir Liberzon Oksana Sakhraui Victoria Shavirina Spider Management Technologies, Moscow, Russia E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. INTRODUCTION.
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1)Defining project purpose (it is usually defined in the contract or invitation to bid).
2)Defining deliverables to be controlled.
3)Defining primary WBS basing on existing library of typical project fragments.
4)Defining project resources.
5)Checking and updating resource database if necessary.
6)Checking, updating or adding cost and material requirements per resource work hour.
7)Checking and updating existingproject fragments.
8)Defining resource productivity, material usage and workloadsfor new types of assignment.
9)Updating assignment databases.
10)Defining sequence and volumes of project fragments that should be included in the project computer model.
11)Creating new fragments necessary for the current project and including them in the library.
12)Adding phases and activities specific for a given project and lacking in the library of fragments.
13)Defining project risks (external and internal).
14)Defining and including in the project computer model risk mitigation phases and activities.
15)Updating resource, activity and assignment databases
16) Linking project activities from different fragments.
17)Defining volume of work to be done or fixed duration for all new activities.
18)Assigning type codes to new activities.
19)Defining cost and material requirements per unit of volume for new activity types and including this new data in respective databases.
20)Assigning resources on new activities.
21)Adding assignment type codes for new assignments.
22)Defining productivity and workload for new assignment types.
23)Updating assignment databases.
24)Defining project activity and resource calendars.
25)Checking and updating unit cost components for project materials.
26)Checking and updating work hour costs for project resources.
27)Checking and updating resource independent costs of activities and assignments.
28)Calculating initial resource constrained schedule.
29)Checking target dates and optimizing project resource quantities.
30)Calculating project budget.
31)Checking and updating optimistic and pessimistic versions of project databases.
32)Creating optimistic and pessimistic calendars.
33)Calculating optimistic and pessimistic resource- constrained schedules.
34)Optimizing necessary resource quantities for optimistic and pessimistic scenarios.
35)Updating optimistic and pessimistic resource- constrained schedules.
36)Calculating optimistic and pessimistic project budget.
37)Calculating optimistic, expected and pessimistic duration and costs for controlled project deliverables.
38)Defining target probabilities.
39)Calculating target dates and costs.
40) Defining and creating additional WBS.
42)Creating cost, resource and material centers.
43)Preparing reports for cumulative optimistic, expected, target and pessimistic cost and materials.
44) Negotiating about project financing and supplies of materials.
45)Creating the schedule of deliveries.
46)Creating project financing schedule if necessary.
47)Including both schedules in the project computer models.
48) Recalculating project schedules.
49)Recalculating target dates and costs for all centers, WBS and OBS elements.
50)Negotiating about target dates and costs.
51)Adjusting project schedule and resource requirements.
Preparing bids or contract drafts