INFS3059_Lect05_S2_2 - 1 INFS3059 Project Management and Information Systems Lecturer Dr Walter Fernández [email protected] PAP Moran

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Unformatted text preview: 1 INFS3059 Project Management and Information Systems Lecturer: Dr Walter Fernández [email protected] PAP Moran Room 2049 5 http://wattlecourses.anu.edu.au/course/view.php?id=6790 c BioSolar Program: Weekly meeting – Progress discussion – Issues & Questions c Scope management c Show and tell – Team 4 and Team 5 Agenda BioSolar Program: progress report 3 Approved Projects c T1: Post-Production Quality Control System c T2: Automatic Monitoring System c T3: Inventory Tracking System c T4: Nursery Monitoring System c T5: Security and Critical Alert System c T6: Automated system to control the flow of fluid c T7: Site Identification System Questions? Following Schwalbe’s Ch5 and Kloppenborg Ch6 Scope Management 6 2 What is Project Scope Management? What is Project Scope Management? c Scope refers to all the work involved in creating the products of the project and the processes used to create them c A deliverable is a product produced as part of a project, such as hardware or software, planning documents, or meeting minutes c Scope management includes the processes involved in defining and controlling what is or is not included in a project How to Define Scope Clarify Project Objectives c Ensure the project team understands project objectives c Review the project charter c Describe expected project benefits c Describe problems the project is attempting to overcome List Potential Deliverables c Clarified objectives lead to final deliverables c List intermediate deliverables Gather Stakeholder Input c Listen to internal and external customers – Use Voice of the Customer (VOC) techniques – Elicit benefits/features in customer’s language – Team member placed in the customer situation c Complete a customer needs worksheet c Ask the customer how they will judge the quality of the project c For information systems projects, use a joint application design (JAD) session to elicit customer requirements 3 Gather Stakeholder Input c Questions to guide discussion: – What do we not understand about the request? – What is the business reason for the request? – What is the impact of not providing this feature? – What action items need to be accomplished if we do this? – What impact will this have on other parts of the project or elsewhere? c Create a prototype State Scope & Establish Project Boundaries c Product and project scope c What is being created and what work is involved c Decide which features/work elements are in scope and which are out of scope c Promise only what can be delivered c Clearly state project assumptions...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course CSIT INFS3059 taught by Professor Walterfernández during the Three '10 term at Australian National University.

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INFS3059_Lect05_S2_2 - 1 INFS3059 Project Management and Information Systems Lecturer Dr Walter Fernández [email protected] PAP Moran

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