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Introduction to Project Scheduling. Project Management Overview. Project driven or Non Project driven. Organizational “drivers”. Marketing Engineering Manufacturing. Washington State. Project Delivery. Accountability. Department of Transportation. &. Project Delivery.

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project driven or non project driven

Project driven or Non Project driven

Organizational “drivers”

Marketing Engineering Manufacturing

slide3

Washington State

Project Delivery

Accountability

Department of Transportation

&

slide4

Project Delivery

Accountability

GET THE JOB DONE!

Meet or exceed customer and stakeholder expectations

overlapping disciplines for successful project delivery

Project Management Body of Knowledge

Application Area Knowledge, Standards, & Regulations

Interpersonal Skills

General Management Knowledge & Skills

Understanding the Project Environment

PMBOK, Third Edition

Overlapping Disciplinesfor Successful Project Delivery
engineering

Engineering

TOOLS WSDOT Design Manual, etc.

overlapping disciplines for successful project delivery7

Project Management Body of Knowledge

Application Area Knowledge, Standards, & Regulations

Interpersonal Skills

General Management Knowledge & Skills

Understanding the Project Environment

PMBOK, Third Edition

Overlapping Disciplinesfor Successful Project Delivery
project management

Project Management

TOOLS  Executive Order 1032.00

Project Management On-Line Guide

PDIS, PS8, etc.

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Executive Order 1032.00

  • …directs WSDOT employees to deliver capital transportation projects consistent with the principles and practices of the department’s project management process.
  • Further direction given to:
    • Executive Managers
    • Project Managers
    • Project Team Members
    • Specialty Groups
    • HQ Staff
slide10

Project Management On-Line Guide

http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/ProjectMgmt/Process.htm

slide11

“Project”

A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service.

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SCHEDULE (Time)

SCOPE (Requirements)

“Trade Off” Triangle”

PROJECT

RISK

BUDGET (Cost)

QUALITY

how are scope schedule and budget linked

SCHEDULE

BUDGET

SCOPE

How are Scope, Schedule, and Budget linked?

Which Comes First?

Prioritize, Optimize, Accept

slide14

The Project Team

¦ Manager

¦ Manager

Project

(Project Manager)

¦ Manager

¦ Manager

¦ Manager

¦ Manager

¦ Manager

slide15

Stakeholders

$ponsor

Sr. Mgmt.

Project Team Members

¦Managers

Project

Manager

slide16

$

Q

R

S

Project TO

(Organization Breakdown Structure - OBS)

$ponsor

Sr. Mgmt.

Project

Manager

¦

Manager

Team

Member

¦Team

Member

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Plan

the Work

Endorse

the Plan

Initiate

& Align

Work

the Plan

Transition

& Closure

Continuous Communication

Project Management Process

  • Project Team Commitment
  • Management Endorsement
  • Project Description
  • Team Mission/ Assignment
  • Major Milestones
  • Boundaries
  • Team Identification
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Measures of Success
  • Operating Guidelines
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) / Master Deliverables List (MDL)
  • Task Planning & Scheduling
  • Budget
  • Risk Planning
  • Communication Plan
  • Change Management Plan
  • Quality (QA/QC) Plan
  • Transition & Closure Plan
  • Managing Scope, Schedule & Budget
  • Manage Risks
  • Manage Change
  • Communicate
    • Progress
    • Issues
    • Lessons Learned
  • Implement Transition Plan
  • Review Lessons Learned
  • Reward & Recognize
  • Archive
slide18

Schedule Building Blocks

  • Team Mission Statement
  • Work Breakdown Structure
  • Task Planning & Analysis
  • Precedence or Network Diagram
  • Resource loaded schedule
  • Resolve resource conflicts & risk
  • Endorsement & Commitment
slide19

Here is your new project –

    • SR #,
    • M.P. limits,
    • Program
slide20

All right!

Lets do it!

  • Here is your new project –
    • SR #,
    • M.P. limits,
    • Program
slide21

And the AD date is

February 19, 2007 (at 10:00).

And the project P.E. budget is

$850,000.

slide22

And the AD date is

February 19, 2007 (at 10:00).

And the project P.E. budget is

$850,000.

O.K.,If you say so!

slide23

“Top-down” estimate approach

(Analogous Estimating - based on previous project experience)

Uncertainty

Time

slide24

Now, put together a schedule

that will meet this AD date

and do a monthly aging of that

funding.

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Now, put together a schedule

that will meet this AD date

and do a monthly aging of that

funding.

O.K., yeah.

You bet. I’ll get right on it!

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16 months

  • $850,000
  • $53K/month

Cumm. $’s

Time

slide27

SR #

M.P. # to

M.P. #

I - ?

Program

slide28

“Budget” of $850,000 ?

AD date of

February 19,

2007 ?

slide29

I’ve got PS8!

I’ll get

this project

schedule ready!

Guess I’ll

make some

phone calls

slide30

Now

O.K., everybody, here

is the project schedule.

Please meet the listed

submittal dates.

Thanks!

2/19/07

slide31

Whatever...

Now

Oh? Yeah, right!

O.K., sure!

slide32

Schedule & Budget Development

Use an interdisciplinary team approach

slide33

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Risk

Planning

Task Planning & Scheduling

Budget

Project Performance Baseline

“Progressive Elaboration”

slide34

Project Management Plan

Project Management Plan (including Initiate & Align documentation)

Project Performance Baseline

Change Management Plan

Quality Plan

(QA/QC)

Communication Plan

Transition & Closure Plan

slide35

Plan

the Work

Endorse

the Plan

Initiate

& Align

Work

the Plan

Transition

& Closure

Continuous Communication

Project Management Process

  • Project Team Commitment
  • Management Endorsement
  • Project Description
  • Team Mission/ Assignment
  • Major Milestones
  • Boundaries
  • Team Identification
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Measures of Success
  • Operating Guidelines
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) / Master Deliverables List (MDL)
  • Task Planning & Scheduling
  • Budget
  • Risk Planning
  • Communication Plan
  • Change Management Plan
  • Quality (QA/QC) Plan
  • Transition & Closure Plan
  • Managing Scope, Schedule & Budget
  • Manage Risks
  • Manage Change
  • Communicate
    • Progress
    • Issues
    • Lessons Learned
  • Implement Transition Plan
  • Review Lessons Learned
  • Reward & Recognize
  • Archive
slide36

Managing Project Delivery

“Initiate & Align”

+ 10% of

Project effort

“Plan the Work”

“Endorse the Plan”

+ 90% of

Project effort

“Work the Plan”

Scalability

slide37

Active

Project Management

Regular comparison of

“Planned”

(activities, accomplishments, costs, etc)

with

“Actuals”

(activities, accomplishments, costs, etc)

slide38

Plan

the Work

Endorse

the Plan

Initiate

& Align

Work

the Plan

Transition

& Closure

Continuous Communication

Project Management Process

  • Project Team Commitment
  • Management Endorsement
  • Project Description
  • Team Mission/ Assignment
  • Major Milestones
  • Boundaries
  • Team Identification
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Measures of Success
  • Operating Guidelines
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) / Master Deliverables List (MDL)
  • Task Planning & Scheduling
  • Budget
  • Risk Planning
  • Communication Plan
  • Change Management Plan
  • Quality (QA/QC) Plan
  • Transition & Closure Plan
  • Managing Scope, Schedule & Budget
  • Manage Risks
  • Manage Change
  • Communicate
    • Progress
    • Issues
    • Lessons Learned
  • Implement Transition Plan
  • Review Lessons Learned
  • Reward & Recognize
  • Archive