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OM – S. M. Ng 1 Project Management Project Management and CPM Method
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OM – S. M. Ng 2 Intended learning outcomes Project Management – After finishing this topic, you will be able to: – Explain/identify the nature of a project (breakthrough new development, improvement, …) [4] (R) – Breakdown a large project into small manageable tasks (processes) according to their sequential relationships for control and management [4] (R) – Explain the advantages and disadvantages of different organization structures for managing a project [4] (R) – Construct the project network with key data input [4] (R) – Determine the important management attributes for the project [4] (R, MI) – Compare and critique different approaches for management and improvement under different possible situations. (e.g., uncertainty, time and cost trade-offs, etc. ) [4, 1] (R, MI, CT)
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OM – S. M. Ng 3 Project Management • Examples: How would manage a project so that it would finish at the scheduled time and within budget? – Develop a new product: iPhone, iPod, etc. – Constructing and renovating the facilities in Beijing for the Summer Olympic Game 2008 – Scheduling the sporting events in the Summer Olympic Game 2008. – Build a new building – Develop and implement a new software for a company –…
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OM – S. M. Ng 4 Types of product development projects
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OM – S. M. Ng 5 The issues • How long will the project take? • Given the relationship of the project activities, what are the scheduled times of start and finish of each activity without delaying the completion day of the whole project? • How should management prioritize the activities in the project?
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6 The issues • How much extra it would cost if we want to reduce the overall completion time by a certain amount? • What are the approaches available to improve the overall time of the project? • If the completion times of the activities are estimated
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course COMP 4631 taught by Professor Ding during the Fall '11 term at HKUST.

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