Quick Recap. The Project Plan Plan Your Work, then Work Your Plan. Lesson 3: Planning Project Work Topic 3B: Document Stakeholder Requirements Topic 3C: Create a Scope Statement. Key stakeholders Requirements. Project Manager – the individual responsible for handling the project
Project Planning Framework
Defined process for managing changes & impact to budget & schedule
Documents how team will define & develop project scope.
Builds upon preliminary scope stmt to define all project and product deliverables
Project planning tool subdivides the scope into deliverable hierarchy
Formalized acceptance from appropriate stakeholders tat defined scope complete
Change control process
Scope management plan
AmbiguousAmbiguity in scope leads to confusion and unnecessary work.
IncompleteIncomplete scope leads to schedule slips and hence finally cost overrun.
TransientTransient scope leads to what is known as scope creep which is the primary cause of late deliveries and potentially "never ending" projects.
Un-collaborativeA scope that is not collaborated leads to misinterpretations in requirements and design.
“Failure to define what is part of the project, as well as what is not, may result in work being performed that was unnecessary to create the product of the project and thus lead to both schedule and budget overruns.”
-Olde Curmudgeon, 1994
Develop a proactive electronic commerce strategy that identifies the processes, products and services to be deliveredthrough the World Wide Web.
Develop an application system that supports all of the processes, products and services identified in the electronic commerce strategy.
The application system must integrate with the bank’s existing enterprise resource planning system.
Technology and organizational assessment of the current environment
Customer resource management and data mining components
Deliverable Definition Table (DDT)
Deliverable Structure Chart (DSC)
Context Dataflow Diagram (DFD)
Use Case Diagram (USD)
Ensures that any changes to the project’s scope will help the project achieve its MOV.
Keeps the “triple constraint” in balance.