Presentation on theme: "PROJECT MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS"— Presentation transcript:
1PROJECT MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS 027PROJECT MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESSDr f Dejahang (BSc CEng, BSc (Hons) Construction Mgmt, MSc, MCIOB, PhD)
2PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Building and civil engineering projects carry uncertainty and risk.Organisations under take RISK when they need to achieve their business objectives more effectively.Expand ONLY when the potential benefits out weight the risk involved.
3PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS All projects should therefore arise from a need to fulfil two main factors such as:Specific Strategic ObjectivesAchieve competitive advantages
4PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS The business planning process hasfour essential steps:Remember ‘MOST’Mission StatementStates the reason for the organisations existence;Initiates the business planning process;
5PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Objectives are:The position;In quantities terms;In qualitative terms;that the organisation wishes to reach;Must be in a stated period of time.
6PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Strategies to consider:Design to achieve the objectives such as:A set of budgetsClear goalsAchievable targetsStatement for needs.
7PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Covering all aspects of the businesssuch as:PeoplePremisesOrganisationsCapitalCash.
8PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Tactical plansIndividual plans to achieve items such as:Defined goalOperations and ProjectsThe plan describes how the organisation willachieve each element of the strategic plan.
9Tactical plans Defined goal Operations and Projects 1Defined goal2Operations and Projects3Achieve each element of the strategic plan
11PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PLANNING PROCESS Another way to look at Business planRemember ‘COST’C Commitment by all concerned to the projectO Objectives being clear to all-Scope and MissionS Strategy to meet the objectives-Milestone PlanT Tactical-activities found necessary to achieve to each milestone and solve Problems
15FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT The basic Management Principles described by Henri Fayol are:To planTo organiseTo co-ordinateTo controlTo lead
16FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT To leadTo controlTo co-ordinateTo organiseTo plan
17FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT The function of Project Managementin more detail are:To establish the clients objectives and priorities issues such as:brief formulation;client organisation;approval powers.
19FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Integrate Client into the projectclient organisation integrated into project organisation;people responsibilities;decision processes.
20FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Selection and appointment ofContributorsidentify contributors;identify input required;identify when input required and duration;record types of appointment.
21FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Full brief formulation processEstablish need, budget, cost plan, cost limit, procurement route.Start value engineering.Programme formulation.The overall project programme.
22FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT The phase or stage programmeThe design programme.The procurement programme.The construction programme.The commissioning programme.
23FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Activation of the relationships between contributorsEnsure contributors are brought in and integrated into the project organisation.Ensure contributors can perform as required.
24FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Establish appropriate information and communication structure by:establishing a full project procedures manual containing;description of formal communication cannel;
25FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT change requests and instructions;drawings framework;co-ordination project information system;Address index of all contributors.
26FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Convening and chairing meetings ofcontributors at all stages such as:Judging the need and frequency;Who needs to attend;Agenda setting;Minutes and action.
27FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Monitoring and controllingPro-active role;Obtaining feedback and under taking analysis;Testing outcomes to objectives and taking corrective action;Forecasting;Integrating and controlling contributors.
28FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT Managing completionCommissioning programme;Training of user;As built drawings-user maintenance manuals;Strategy for occupation or disposal.Evaluation of outcomesSuccess in achieving objectives;The final feedback loop;
29FUNCTION OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO ANYPROJECTRoyal Institute of British Architects (RIBA PLAN OF WORK)
31RIBA PLAN OF WORK Appraisal Carry out studies to determine the feasibility of the Client's requirement.2A Review with client alternative design and construction approaches and the cost Implications.2B Provide information for report on cost implications.
32RIBA PLAN OF WORK B Strategic Brief Receive strategic brief prepared by the client.C Outline Proposals1 Commence development of Strategic Brief into Project Brief2 Prepare Outline Proposal3A Provide an approximation of construction costs. OR3B Provide information for cost planning.
33RIBA PLAN OF WORK4 Obtain Client approval to Outline Proposals and approximate construction cost.5 Co-operate with Planning Supervisor where applicable.
34RIBA PLAN OF WORK D Detailed Proposals 1 Complete developments of Project Brief.2 Develop the Detailed Proposal fromapproved Outline Proposals.3A Prepare a cost estimate. OR3B Provide information for preparation ofcost estimate.4 Consult statutory authorities.
35RIBA PLAN OF WORK5 Obtain Client approval to the Detailed Proposal showing spatial arrangements, material and appearance, and a cost estimate.6 Prepare and submit application for full planning permission.
36RIBA PLAN OF WORK E Final Proposals 1 Design Final Proposals from approved Detailed Proposals.2A Revise cost estimate.2B Provide information for revision of cost estimate.3 Consult statutory authorities on developed design proposals.
37RIBA PLAN OF WORK4 Obtain Client approval to type of construction, quality of materials, standard of workmanship and revised cost estimate.5 Advise on consequences of any subsequent changes on cost and programme.
38RIBA PLAN OF WORK F Production Information 1 Prepare production information for tender purposes.2A Prepare schedules of rates and/or quantities and/or schedules of works for tendering purposes and revise cost estimate. OR
39RIBA PLAN OF WORK2B Provide information for preparation of tender pricing documents and revision of cost estimate.3A Prepare and make submissions under building acts and/or regulations for other statutory requirements. OR3B Prepare and give building notice under building acts and/or regulations (not applicable in Scotland).
40RIBA PLAN OF WORK4 Prepare further production information for construction purposes.G Tender documentsPrepare and collate tender documents in sufficient detail to enable a tender or tenders to be obtained.Where applicable pass final information to Planning Supervisor for pre-tender Health and Safety Plan.
41RIBA PLAN OF WORK 3A Prepare pre-tender costs. OR 3B Provide information for preparation of pre-tender cost estimateH Tender Action1 Contribute to appraisal and report ontenders negotiations.2 If instructed revise production information to meet adjustments in the tender sum.
42RIBA PLAN OF WORK J Mobilisation 1 Provide production information as requested for the building contract and for construction.K Construction to Practical Completion1 Make visits to the works in connection with the Architect's design.
43RIBA PLAN OF WORK2 Provide further information reasonable required for construction.3 Review design information from contractors or specialists.4 Provide drawings showing the building and main lines of drainage and other I information for the Health and Safety File.
44RIBA PLAN OF WORK5 Give general advice on operation and maintenance of the building.L After Practical Completion.1 Identify defects and make final inspections.2A Settle Final Account. OR2B Provide information required by others for settling final account.