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Unformatted text preview: Project Management Introduction - 6 questions covering: Phases of Project Management Four Phases: 1) Initiation- certain tasks and things that goes along define the outcomes create a project team, team creation assess size, scope, complexity gaining a go or no go on the project, some degree of authorization in it, somebody authorizes it to go or no go 2) planning detailed assessment of feasibly 1)technically feasible, 2)is it financially feasibility 3)time line feasibility scheduling/time estimating what is the expected time of this project all is broken down with all the tool embedded in the project budgeting tools development Task breakdown risk assessment 3)Execution and Control managing and controlling the task breakdown communications huge emphasis a lot of expectations as the project unfolds change management Change in the project plan: feature bolt, like didnt think of this in the beginning...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SPEA-V 369 taught by Professor T.c.bradely during the Spring '11 term at Indiana.
- Spring '11