6-Planning and Control Cycle

6-Planning and Control Cycle - Project Planning and Control...

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Project Planning and Control Cycle Dr. Hesham A. Aziz
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Key Points : - The planning and control cycle integrates and co-ordinates the contributions of all the project participants . Although the planning cycle may consist of many separate techniques, collectively a change in one parameter may change another parameter . The control cycle guides the project to a successful completion by monitoring performance and applying corrective action where necessary . 2 Dr.Hesham A. Aziz
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Planning and Control Cycle This chapter will outline various project management planning and control tools and techniques and how the core of project management integration involves making trade-offs between competing objectives and alternatives, in order to meet the stakeholders requirements . 3 Dr.Hesham A. Aziz
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Dr.Hesham A. Aziz 4 Planning and re-planning phases Planning and re-planning phases
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1. Project Planning Steps Project Charter : - The project charter officially acknowledges the start of the project, and should outline the purpose of the project, the beneficial changes and key objectives, together with the means of achieving them . Feasibility Study : - The feasibility study develops the project charter and project brief into a project proposal. It offers a structured approach for identifying the stakeholders and assessing their needs. It reviews closeout reports, together with investigating other options and alternatives to support the project’s business viability . Scope Management : - The scope of work defines what the project includes and just as importantly, what is not included in order to meet the stated objectives. For example, the scope of work would be developed into a list of drawings, bill of materials (BOM) and specifications , Scope management also includes a closeout report to document achievements and opportunity to learn from mistakes . 5 Dr.Hesham A. Aziz
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Build Method : - The build method outlines how the product will be assembled or implemented . Execution Strategy : -
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