Project Management Fundamentals. Element K. Kim Andrews Senior Practice Partner L&OD 613-7612 Kim.Andrews@duke.edu. Duke Course Objectives. Determine why projects fail Describe the methodologies, tools, and techniques to manage projects Plan and meet schedule deadlines and budget goals.
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Project Work and Ongoing Work Are Different
Ongoing Work Project Work
Repeating process One of a kind, temporary process
No clear beginning or ending Clear beginning and ending
Same output created each time Output is created only once
Everyone in work group Requires multi-disciplined team performs similar functions
Project Management – Planning, organizing, scheduling, leading, communicating, and controlling work activities to achieve time and budget goals.
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Official statement of support by the project’s sponsor
Preceding activity must finish before successor activity can start
Preceding activity must finish before successor activity can finish
Preceding activity must start before successor activity can start
Preceding activity must start before successor activity can finishDependencies/Relationships