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Commission or Handover (Termination) Phase: The project has been developed according to the specifications and baseline plan.13Characteristics of the Project Life-Cycle:– The project phases took their names from DELIVERABLES of the phase, e.g. initiate (concept); design; construct and handover;– The sequences of the project phases involves some form of technology transferfrom one phase to the next:• Project brief to design and development• Detailed design to manufacture• Construction to commission• Commission to operation14Input, Process and Output FormatThe Project Life Cycle subdivides the project into a number of definable project phases and these phases in turn can be further subdivided into a process and output format – see figure in next slide. The systems approach!!Formative assessment exercise!!15Formative Exercise 216Key Activities, Milestones, Hold-Points, Approvals and OverlapsWithin each phase there may be a number of key activities, milestones and hold-points which help to focus the project and impose controlOverlap between phases: Fast Tracking17Project Management ProcessThe project management process means planning the work and then working the planClearly define the project objectiveDivide and subdivide the project work packages (GOZINTO) Define the specific project activities that need to be performed (WBS) and required resources (OBS) 18Rev 1 - 1734
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Project Management Process (cont)Graphically portray the activities in a network diagramMake a time and cost estimate (consult resources) Calculate a project schedule and budgetMonitor and control while implementing the planAppraise achievement of the objective 19BUSINESS CASERFPURSSOWWBSREQUEST FOR PROPOSALSCOPE OF WORK / GOZINTOWORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTUREUSER REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATIONSOBSHBDCEAGABDECGHTT$TBCSUNK COSTSIIIIIIIVDETAILED SCHEDULENETWORK DIAGRAMCRITICAL PATHCUMULATIVE BUDGETED CASHFLOWForganisational BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (ARCHITECTURE) F20The Conceptualisation Phase (Project Feasibility Phase)PROJECT LIFE‐CYCLEConcept.DesignImplementTerminationThis phase involves (post-RFP):URS SOW MS SPECS WBS (initial) Confirm project priorityCommunity consultationProject organisationRisk analysisFeasibilityMost important planning documentsUser requirement specifications (URS) Scope of work/GOZINTO (Goals/ Objectives/ Funding limits) Master schedule (MS) Specifications (Specs) Work breakdown structure (WBS) 21GOZINTO for Festival Project22Responsibility Matrix for Festival Project23Level of EffortFig 2.424Rev 1 - 1735
Level of Influence vs. Cost of ChangesFig 2.525Value Add vs Cost of Change(Information Systems)ConceptDesignImplementationTerminationConcept DesignImplementOperateCost to change one item for an IS project$1$10$100$1000OperationOperation phase26Project Lifecycle Costing Fig 2.827Characteristics of Good MethodologyStandardised planning, scheduling and control tool!

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