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Art Centre by Mind Map: Art Centre
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Art Centre

Planning

Planning is considered to be one of the four major functions of management, along with organizing, leading and coordinating/controlling. Simply put, planning is identifying where you want to go, why you want to go there, how you will get there, what you need in order to get there and how you will know if you're there or not.

Objective

To build a Art centre for the Belconnen community.  

DA Process

Legislation and Policy

regulations

Standards

Codes

Act Procurement Solutions

Financial planning

Material Cost

Labour cost

Approval Cost

New node

HR Planning

Design

Aesthetics

Complexity

New node

Management

Procurement Strategy

Third Party ( subcontractors)

Construction Process

Time Frame

Sustanibility

Environmental

Economic

Social

External Environment

Changing External Environment Markets are changing all the time. It does depend on the type of product the business produces, however a business needs to react or lose customers. Some of the main reasons why markets change rapidly: Customers develop new needs and wants. New competitors enter a market. New technologies mean that new products can be made. A world or countrywide event happens e.g. Gulf War or foot and mouth disease. Government introduces new legislation e.g. increases minimum wage.

Political

Social

Economic

Legal

Technological

Stakeholders

Community

ACT Procurement Solutions

ACT government

Construction Comapny

Sub contractors

Internal Environment

Resources, Tangible Resources, Intangible Resources

Competencies

Social Complexity

Risk

Schedule Risk

Cost Risk

Dependencies between a new project and other projects

Physical events beyond direct control

Risk of technical obsolescence

Technical feasibility

Legal and Political Risk

New Node

Organising

Organizing is the function of management which follows planning. It is a function in which the synchronization and combination of human, physical and financial resources takes place. All the three resources are important to get results. According to Chester Barnard, “Organizing is a function by which the concern is able to define the role positions, the jobs related and the co- ordination between authority and responsibility. Hence, a manager always has to organize in order to get results.

Management

Procurement Strategy

Third Party ( subcontractors)

Construction Process

Financial planning

Material Cost

Labour cost

Approval Cost

New node

Human resource Organising:

Recruitment, selection, and onboarding (resourcing)

Organizational design and development

Business transformation and change management

Performance, conduct and behavior management

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

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

Legislation and Policy

regulations

Standards

Codes

directing

Management function that includes building an effective work environment and creating opportunity for motivation,supervising, scheduling and disciplining. This function of management is puts the actual plan into action.

Scheduling

Construction Procurement

Third Party ( subcontractors)

Construction Process

Supervising

Budget

Procurement Process

Subcontractors

Construction Process

Legislative and Policy Changes

Performance Standards.

controling

The control process is cyclical which means it is never finished. Controlling leads to identification of new problems that in turn need to be addressed through establishment of performance standards, measuring performance etc.

Performance Standards

Performance Measuring

Risk

Schedule Risk

Cost Risk

Dependencies between a new project and other projects

Physical events beyond direct control

Risk of technical obsolescence

Technical feasibility