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GB704.62 – Session Nov 18, 2010 Project Management Fundamentals
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Project Components Construct Project Teams Understand the Problem Identify People of the Problem Identify the Needs of the Problem Create the Project Requirements Plan the Project Implementation and AAR Remember – you’re just getting a broad overview of PM!
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Parts of a Project Staff Ideas/ Plans Experts Customer Equipment Workspace Materials Funding The Project Ethical Concerns Laws & Regulations Liability Issues Deadlines What is a project?
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Formality of Project Management Small Project High Risk Large Project Low to Medium Risk Large, Complex Project High Risk Trivial Project Low Risk Increasing Formality Risk or Complexity Size Small Large Low High
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Class Discussion Looking back on projects with which you were associated, what were the top 3 factors that caused problems? What created perception of success? How could failures have been prevented?
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Common Pitfalls Unclear goals/objectives Lack of senior management support Lack of effective project integration – poor planning Inadequate resources Change in business priorities – goals and resources change Original assumptions invalid – unrealistic goals Ineffective team – lack of commitment Lack of effective communication processes Interdepartmental conflicts
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For the sake of our class discussion today… Your institution has just been informed that the producers of “CSI Baltimore” want your to feature your organization as a crime scene for their show airing March 15, 2011. Our project today will be to develop a project plan – from concept through implementation plan – that will get your organization shown for the guest appearance and make sure that your organization is viewed positively about it afterwards both internally and externally.
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Personal Skills Inventory Physical Work Technical Mental Home Intellectual Social Hobby Interpersonal
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Physical Work Technical Mental Home Intellectual Social Hobby Interpersonal Construct your personal skills inventory. Consider those skills that would be most useful for the problem. Place your top 5 skills on a 4x6 card.
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