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1 of 48 Introduction to Project Management Session 2 James Bowen, Ph.D, PMP
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2 of 48 AGENDA Class presentations Plan/Scope WBS Introduction Methodology Discussion Assignment #2 Summary Fun Contest MS Project Introduction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2tQLHD1cRk http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073052337/student_view0/ms_project_tutorial.html http://us1.trymicrosoftoffice.com/product.aspx?sku=3082910&culture=en-US
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3 of 48 Project Planning The primary purpose of planning is to  establish a set of directions in enough detail to  tell the project team exactly what must be  done The purpose of planning is to facilitate later  accomplishment
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4 of 48 Scope management Ensuring that the project includes all the work required,  only the work required. 
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5 of 48 Composite Plan Each individual/unit accepting responsibility for a  portion of the project should agree to deliver a  preliminary plan about how that responsibility will be  accomplished These plans should contain descriptions of the  required tasks, and estimates of the budgets and  schedules These plans are then scrutinized by the group and  combined into a composite project plan
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6 of 48 Composite Plan The composite plan, still not completely firm, is  approved by each participating group, by the project  manager, and then by senior organizational  management Each subsequent approval hardens the plan, and  when senior management has endorsed it, any further  changes in the project’s scope must be made by  processing a formal  change order
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7 of 48 Project Plan  The final approved result of this procedure is the  project plan, also known as a  Master  or  Baseline  plan  or  Project Charter Once planning phase is complete, it is beneficial to  hold a post-planning review The major purpose of the review is to ensure that all  necessary elements of a project plan have been  properly developed and communicated
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8 of 48 Project Plan Elements Project Charter Overview   - a short summary of the objectives and scope of the project Objectives  - A more detailed statement of the general goals noted in the overview  section General Approach  - describes both the managerial and technical approaches to the  work Contractual Aspects  - includes a complete list and description of all reporting  requirements, customer supplied resources, liaison arrangements, advisory  committees, project review and cancellation procedures, etc.
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2012 for the course ADM 6260 taught by Professor Bowen during the Winter '11 term at University of Ottawa.

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