Project Management . Facilitated by Joanne Fraser River Systems. Hope to Learn (10 Responses). How to manage a project – the basics (4) (planning, scheduling and monitoring) Practical tips for scheduling (2) Strategies for getting buy-in Communication and leadership
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Facilitated by Joanne Fraser
(planning, scheduling and monitoring)
#1 Project Planning
(Breaking down into manageable tasks)
#2 Project Scheduling
(Assigning accurate timelines)
#3 Effective Communication
(Among project stakeholders)
A project is a one-time endeavour, that has definite starting and ending points, that is undertaken to create a unique product or service.
(Controlling) monitoring, measuring and taking corrective action
“If you don’t know where you are going,
how will you know when you get there?”
Use effective meetings
Step 1: Brainstorm all of the tasks that need to be done i.e. WHAT will be done, not how.
Step 2: While tasks are still independent, not in any order, estimate the time each task will take.
Step 3: Put the tasks in order (imagine that one person is doing ALL) to get the sequence.
Step 4: Identify tasks that can be done simultaneously. Group them in columns.
Step 5: Identify the tasks in each of the columns that take the longest and line them up in a row to give the critical path.
What challenges did your team
face in completing this activity?
(product, service, process or plan)