MIT1_040s09_lec22

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Unformatted text preview: MIT OpenCourseWare http://ocw.mit.edu 1.040 Project Management Spring 2009 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use, visit: http://ocw.mit.edu/terms . Fred Moavenzadeh Spring 2009 The EPC PM Leads a Project Team y To execute the project to the satisfaction of both the customer and contractor. y To integrate project activity across all phases of the project y By managing project dedicated resources within a matrix relationship y Project Direction: What and when y Functional Direction: How to 2 3 BE Personal Qualities Required of a Leader Trustworthiness Care Respect for human dignity Fairness Courage Honesty KNOW Leadership Skills/ Competencies Coaching Communication Empowering Developing colleagues Problem solving Decision making Teamwork Planning and organization Monitoring performance Giving feedback Mentoring DO Important Steps in Leading a Team Explain the purpose Identify the critical issues/problems Encourage contributions Make a clear decision Assign clear tasks Decision making Monitor progress Coach team members Review the activity Adapted from Bechtel 2001 Leadership and CRA/MacDonald Leadership Models Project Management Structure y Critical for project success: PM should have full responsibility, authority, and control (not a coordinator) y Roles, responsibilities, and authority should be clearly defined within the organization and with the customer y PM leads the project to its completion 4 Engineering Procurement Construction Project Controls Controller (CFO) ES&H and QA Legal and Contracts Regulatory Compliance Team Project Technical Services Functions (e.g.) Business Functions (e.g.) Partnering Relationship Customer Project Manager EPC Project Manager Technical Guidance, Resources, and Tools to Projects Oversight and Support to Projects 5 Functional Direction Functional Direction Project Managers Project Construction Mgr Project Procurement Manager Project Engineer Project Cost/ Schedule Engineer Company B Note: Typical project team positions shown. Team could also incl.. e.g. accounting and start-up JV Project Matrix Organization Project Team Client Project Manager Project Controls Manager Project Procurement Manager Project Engineering Manager Construction Site Manager Startup 6 Client Project Manager Project Controls Manager Project Procurement Manager Project Engineering Manager Construction Site Manager Startup Planning Scheduling Estimating Cost Control Purchasing Subcontracts Expediting Supplier Quality Traffic Process Environmental Systems Disciplines Spets Consultants Constructability Field Engineering Field Procurement & Warehousing Labor Relations Construction Supervision Safety Preoperational Testing Training Startup Assistance Infrastructure World LLC EPC Project Managers Responsibilities y Customer relations point responsibility y Championing safety zero accidents...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course CIVIL 1.018j taught by Professor Markusbuehler during the Fall '08 term at MIT.

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