OMIS 352 class 11 - 23Feb2016

OMIS 352 class 11 - 23Feb2016 - which the project can be...

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Managing Projects in Business OMIS 352 Class 11 – 23 February 2016 Prof. John Pendergrass 1
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Agenda Developing the project schedule Prof. John Pendergrass 2
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Project Network Diagram Uses the WBS as a basis Requires determining task sequence and concurrency (parallel activity) Requires an estimate of task duration e.g. PERT Prof. John Pendergrass 3
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Project Network Diagram exercise A. Content requirements B. Web site requirements C. Select Web host D. Create Web site (w/o content) E. Develop content F. Enter content on Web site G. Test completed site H. Go live I. Write operations and maintenance manual J. Closeout Prof. John Pendergrass 4
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Critical Path Analysis The longest path in the project network, and the shortest time in
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Unformatted text preview: which the project can be completed. • The path with zero slack (foat) • Infuences project management decisions • Look For opportuni±es to “crash” the project • Look For opportuni±es to “Fast track” the project • MUST be monitored. ProF. John Pendergrass 5 Project Scheduling • Critcal Chain ProjecT ManagemenT • Gan± CharT Prof. John Pendergrass 6 Precedence Diagramming Based on task relaTonships • Finish-to-Start (FS) • Start-to-Start (SS) • Finish-to-Finish (FF) • Start-to-Finish (SF) Prof. John Pendergrass 7 Assignment • Study for quiz on Thursday • Homework 3 – due next Tuesday, 30 Feb. Prof. John Pendergrass 8...
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