Ch3_ProjMgmt_Overview_Uva

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Successful Project  Management…It’s All About  Tom Uva Director – Information Technology, The MONY Group Adjunct Professor – Syracuse University, School of Information Studies September 24, 2001
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Agenda First…no hidden agenda Project Management – the business issue The project plan PM knowledge areas The components of a project’s lifecycle Characteristics of best practice companies Summary of resources & references
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Objectives Provide an overview of the discipline of Project Management (PM) Identify similarities and intersections with your current course of study Provide a lifecycle approach to consider Exposure to & awareness of Project Management Institute (PMI) knowledge areas Provide resources you can use as next steps are taken
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What was the probability of a Fortune 500 project being on time A. Less than 10% C. 26%-50% B. 11%-25% D. 51%-75% Who wants to be a project  millionaire?
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What was the probability of a Fortune 500 project being on time A. Less than 10% B. 11%-25% Who wants to be a project  millionaire?
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What was the probability of a Fortune 500 project being on time A. Less than 10% B. 11%-25% Who wants to be a project  millionaire?
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Is this “PM stuff” relevant in the  workplace? Factoids - Standish Group » 1994 Project success rates were 16.7%. 1998 the rates rose to 26%. » In 1994 the chance of a project developed by a Fortune 500 company coming in on time and within budget was 9%. » In 1998, the chance of that same Fortune 500 project succeeding rose to a whopping 24% http://standishgroup.com/visitor/chaos.htm
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