Module I_Project Mgmt I

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IELM120 Module I Part 1 1 Project Management
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IELM120 Learning Objectives Understand the nature and management of projects Understand work breakdown structure Construct network diagrams Understand project planning and scheduling techniques: Gantt Chart, CPM, and PERT Conduct time-cost trade-off analysis 2
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IELM120 Introduction 3 As a manager, quite often, one would face either one of the following types of responsibilities: Running a new project Develop a new product or service Build a facilities such as production plan, airport Develop a new program or a new line of business for the company Running an operation Running a production plant Running the service organization such as airport, hospital, library, bank Running a division of a company such as accounting, marketing etc.
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IELM120 What is a Project? 4 A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. Temporary means that every project has a definite beginning and a definite end. Unique means that the product or service is different in some distinguishing way from all similar products or services. Distinguish between projects and operations Operations are ongoing and repetitive Projects are temporary and unique
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IELM120 Project Organization 5 Test Engineer Mechanical Engineer Project 1 Project Manager Production Engineer Production Engineer Project 2 Project Manager Electrical Engineer Computer Engineer Marketing Finance Human Resources Design Quality Mgt Production President Often temporary structure
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IELM120 Basic Functions of a Project Manager The project manager is ultimately responsible for the success or failure of the project The project manager must effectively manage: The work The human resources Communications Quality Time Costs 6
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IELM120 7 Objective of Project Management A successful project manager should highly focus like a guided missile to achieve: On Target (achieve goal of the project) On time On Budget
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IELM120 Management of Projects 8 Planning Objectives Resources Work breakdown structure Scheduling Sequence activities Assign people Controlling Monitor, compare, revise, action
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IELM120 Management of Projects 9 Before Start of project During project Timeline project
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IELM120 Management of Projects 10 Before Start of project During project Timeline project
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IELM120 Management of Projects 11 Before Start of project During project Timeline project
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course IELM 120 taught by Professor Fu,qi during the Spring '09 term at HKUST.

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