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Project Life Cycle & Organization

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phases

initial, high influence of stakeholders

intermediate, high influence of PM

final, low influence of stakeholders, phase-end review (phase exits/phase gates/kill points)

feasibility study

  Feasibility study is a preliminary assessment to determine if the project is a viable project, the probability of project success, and the viability of the product of the project. This will focus issues like marketability, safety, customer requirements, regulatory issue, compliance issue and provide the feedback about the project is worth to do or to be terminated.     Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feasibility_study  

schedule compression technique

fast tracking, risks

crashing, costs

Project Stakeholders

positive

negative

organizational Influences

Culture, shared values, norms, beliefs, expectations, policies, procedures, view of authority relationships, work ethic and work hours

Style

Organizational Structure, functional, grouped by speciality, limited to the bouindaries of the function, weak matrix, PMO doesn't directly report to cheif executive, balanced matrix, functional manager and PM control the budget, strong matrix, full-time PM, full-time project administrative staff, PM controls the project bedget, Manager of project managers (if PMO exists), projectized, PM has a great deal of independence and authority, provide support to the various projects, composite, projectized organization, full-time staff from different functional departments, develop its own set of operating procedures, Managers of project managers (if PMO exists)

PMO, administrative support to PM, advisory, recommendation of specific policies and procedures, authority, manage the project management system

Project Management System, Tools, Techniques, Methdologies, Resources, Procedures, formal, informal, guide a project to completion, control functions

Five Project Management Process Groups

All of the process groups would normally be repeated for each phase or subproject

Initiating Process Group

develop project charter

develop preliminary project scope statement

Planning Process Group

develop project management plan

scope planning

scope definition

create WBS

activity planning

activity sequencing

activity definition

activity resource estimating

activity duration estimating

schedule development

cost estimating

cost budeting

quality planning

human resource planning

communication planning

risk management planning

risk identification

qualitative risk analysis

quantitative risk analysis

risk response planning

plan purchase and acquisition

plan contracting

Executing Process Group

acquire project team

develop project team

perform quality assurance

information distribution

request seller response

select sellers

direct and manage project execution, inputs, administrative closure procedure

Monitoring and Controlling Process Group

scope control

cost control

schedule control

quality control

manage stakeholders

manage project team

risk monitoring and control

contract administration

scope verification

performance reporting

monitor and control project work

integrated change control

Closing Process Group

close project, outputs, contract closure procedure, administrative closure procedure

contract closure, inputs, contract closure procedure

Nine Knowledge Areas

Project ScopeManagement

scope planning

scope definition

create WBS

scope verification

scope control

Project Time Management

activity definition

activity sequencing

activity resource estimating

activity duration estimating

schedule development

schedule control

Project Cost Management

cost estimating

cost budgeting

cost control

Project Quality Management

quality planning

perform quality assurance

quality control

Project Human Resource Management

human resource planning

acquire project team

develop project team

manage project team

Project Communications Management

communications planning

information distribution

manage stakeholders

performance reporting

Project Risk Management

risk management plannnig

risk identification

qualitative risk analysis

quantitative risk analysis

risk response planning

risk monitoring and control

Project Procurement Management

plan purchase and acquisition

plan contracting

request seller response

select sellers

contract administration

contract closure, inputs, contract closure procedure

4 Project Integration Management

develop project charter

develop preliminary project scope statement

develop project management plan

direct and manage project execution

monitor and control project execution

integrated change control

close project