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Art Centre by Mind Map: Art Centre

1. Planning

1.1. Objective

1.2. DA Process

1.3. Legislation and Policy

1.3.1. regulations

1.3.2. Standards

1.3.3. Codes

1.3.4. Act Procurement Solutions

1.4. Financial planning

1.4.1. Material Cost

1.4.2. Labour cost

1.4.3. Approval Cost

1.4.4. New node

1.5. HR Planning

1.6. Design

1.6.1. Aesthetics

1.6.2. Complexity

1.6.3. New node

1.7. Management

1.7.1. Procurement Strategy

1.7.2. Third Party ( subcontractors)

1.7.3. Construction Process

1.8. Time Frame

1.9. Sustanibility

1.9.1. Environmental

1.9.2. Economic

1.9.3. Social

1.10. External Environment

1.10.1. Political

1.10.2. Social

1.10.3. Economic

1.10.4. Legal

1.10.5. Technological

1.11. Stakeholders

1.11.1. Community

1.11.2. ACT Procurement Solutions

1.11.3. ACT government

1.11.4. Construction Comapny

1.11.5. Sub contractors

1.12. Internal Environment

1.12.1. Resources

1.12.1.1. Tangible Resources

1.12.1.2. Intangible Resources

1.12.2. Competencies

1.12.3. Social Complexity

1.13. Risk

1.13.1. Schedule Risk

1.13.2. Cost Risk

1.13.3. Dependencies between a new project and other projects

1.13.4. Physical events beyond direct control

1.13.5. Risk of technical obsolescence

1.13.6. Technical feasibility

1.13.7. Legal and Political Risk

2. New Node

3. Organising

3.1. Management

3.1.1. Procurement Strategy

3.1.2. Third Party ( subcontractors)

3.1.3. Construction Process

3.2. Financial planning

3.2.1. Material Cost

3.2.2. Labour cost

3.2.3. Approval Cost

3.2.4. New node

3.3. Human resource Organising:

3.3.1. Recruitment, selection, and onboarding (resourcing)

3.3.2. Organizational design and development

3.3.3. Business transformation and change management

3.3.4. Performance, conduct and behavior management

3.3.5. Human resources (workforce) analysis and workforce personnel data management.

3.3.6. Compensation, rewards, and benefits management Training and development (learning management)

3.4. Legislation and Policy

3.4.1. regulations

3.4.2. Standards

3.4.3. Codes

4. directing

4.1. Scheduling

4.1.1. Construction Procurement

4.1.2. Third Party ( subcontractors)

4.1.3. Construction Process

4.2. Supervising

4.2.1. Budget

4.2.2. Procurement Process

4.2.3. Subcontractors

4.2.4. Construction Process

4.2.5. Legislative and Policy Changes

4.2.6. Performance Standards.

5. controling

5.1. Performance Standards

5.2. Performance Measuring

5.3. Risk

5.3.1. Schedule Risk

5.3.2. Cost Risk

5.3.3. Dependencies between a new project and other projects

5.3.4. Physical events beyond direct control

5.3.5. Risk of technical obsolescence

5.3.6. Technical feasibility