Expected results and what constitutes success

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Expected results and what constitutes success Statement of work (SOW) Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Breaks down project into major components (modules) Modules are further broken down into activities and into individual tasks Two approaches 1. Top down process 2. Brainstorm entire project
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Responsibility Assignment Matrix Shows who in the organization is responsible for doing the work in the project. Project Scheduling Project schedule evolves from planning documents, with focus on timely completion Source of most conflicts and problems Schedule development steps Define activities Sequence activities Estimate activity time Develop schedule Gantt chart and CPM/PERT techniques useful Project Control Process of ensuring progress toward successful completion Monitoring project to minimize deviations from project plan and schedule Key elements of project control Time management Cost management Performance management Earned value analysis (EVA)
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