Tutorial 1- BCIS

Tutorial 1- BCIS - Tutorial 1: Planning a Project Project...

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Tutorial 1: Planning a Project Project management - the processes of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing a project in order to meet the project’s goal Project goal - achieved when a series of tasks are completed that produce a desired outcome at a specified level of quality, and within a given time frame and budget Efficient - doing tasks faster, with fewer resources, and with lower costs Effective - meeting the actual goals o the project rather than just doing the project tasks quickly and cheaply Project goal - as short and simple as possible; communicate the specific scope, time frame, and budget expectations of management Scope - the work involved in creating the products of the project and the processes used to create them 5 process groups: 1. Initating 2. Planning 3. Executing 4. Controlling 5. Closing task - specific action that needs to be completed in order to achieve the project goal duration - how long it takes to complete the task estimated duration - appears with a question mark after the duration
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