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1 Ing. Ludmila Fridrichová, Ph.D. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

2 1. Fischer, Dwight: CIO Plymouth State University Plymouth, New Hampshire 2. Sommerville, Ian : chap 5, Ruddock, Allen: Project Management– the elusive ‘silver bullet, Central Government Project Management Rosenau, M.D.: Řízení projektů. Brno: Computer Press, a.s., ISBN Společnost pro projektové řízení - IPMA (International Project Management Association) 6.Czech project management Morris W.G. : The Management of Projects 8.Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3  A project is a temporary effort to create a unique product or service. This material is a 3 dimensional spacer fabric material containing silicone polymer oils - which provides a flexible and breathable solution to the issues of wearable yet highly protecting body armour - yet passes European tests Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

4  A project is a temporary effort to create a unique product or service. Cleaning and rental services of hotel and restaurant textiles. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

5  Projects usually include constraints and risks regarding cost, schedule or performance outcome (result). Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

6 Of the seven wonders of the ancient world, only the Great Pyramid of Giza remains. An estimated 2 million stone blocks weighing an average of 2.5 tons went into its construction. When completed, the 481-feet-tall pyramid was the world's tallest structure, a record it held for more than 3,800 years, when England's Lincoln Cathedral surpassed it by a mere 44 feet. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

7 5/etc/pyramid.html City could have handled between 20,000 and 30,000 people (habitants). That population was organized into a smaller groups. A group had own unique aim. Masons and artisans who had the expertise in building and decorating of the pyramids. A support crew that baked bread, processed food and handled other chores to keep a hard-working labor force fed and happy. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ


9 The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals (the aims) and objectives while honouring the project constraints (limits). Typical constraints are scope, time and budget.

10 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ SCOPE Quality BUDGET Resource TIME

11 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ Project management is the discipline [1] of planning, organizing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals. [1]

12  Project management is a set of principles, practices, and techniques applied to lead project teams, control project schedule, control cost, and performance risks monitoring. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ



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16 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ Nanofibers are submicron sized fibers whose diameter is nm, with the prefix nano - meaning a billionth of a basic unit (ten to the minus ninth). Often the diameter is the thickness of several atoms. Nanofibers are not visible under normal microscopes, as their diameter is smaller than the wave length of light. Such exceptionally small fibers can only be seen and photographed by electron microscopes.

17 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ  a large specific surface  high porousness and small pore size  nanofiber diameter: nm  basic weight: 0, g/m 2  transparent  excellent mechanical properties in relation to their weight

18 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ informace.html


20 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ A good Idea Agreement from the organisation - resource of budget What we will make - activiti s who Wher whe n

21 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ The aim of a project plan is to go through, document and agree upon important issues that define the work in the project.

22 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ S – Specific konkrétnost M – Measurable měřitelnost A – Assignable přidělení R – Realistic dosažitelnost T – Time-bound časové ohraničení

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25 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ Canoe Trip to Boundary Waters Arrange Travel Schedule Flights to Mpls Rent Van Arrange Motel Schedule return flights Get Equipment Contact BW Outfitter Rent canoes Rent Tents Bring Sleeping Bags Bring Fishing Gear Bring lights and waterproof matches Plan Meals Bring cooking gear Freeze dry food Prepare 7 breakfasts Prepare 7 lunches Prepare 6 dinners Prepare Budget Assign Budget Person Get deposits Retain Receipts Pay for supplies Close-out trip Plan for Emergencies Obtain emerg. #’s Arrange contact at BW Bring emerg. flares Bring two first aid kits Plan Activities Bring Cards Bring Joke book Bring scotch

26 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ  Identify the major task categories  Identify sub -tasks, and sub - sub -tasks  Use verb-noun to imply action to something ◦ Example: Getting up in the morning  Hit snooze button  Hit snooze button again  Get outa bed  Avoid dog  Go to bathroom…

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31  CPM Critical Path Method Metoda kritické cesty  ADM Arrow Diagram Method Činnost na hraně -Hranově orientovaný -Metoda šipkových diagramů  AOA Activity on Arrow Činnost na šipce -Metoda šipkových diagramů  PDM Precedence Diagram Method Uzlově orientovaný diagram - Metoda priorit  GERT Graphical Evaluation and Review Technique Metoda grafického hodnocení a posouzení (kontroly) technik  PERT Project Evaluation and Review Technique Metoda hodnocení a kontroly  Gant Chart

32 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ  PERT: ◦ Shows sequence dependence ◦ Shows which tasks can be done in parallel ◦ Shows Critical Path  Gantt: ◦ Visually shows durations ◦ Shows time scales and task overlaps

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34 DEFINITION OF projekt’s Subject - ACTIVITY Time optimistic To Time pesimistic Tp

35 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ Make a 1 st Experiment

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38 A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule. Gantt charts illustrate the start and finish dates of the terminal elements and summary elements of a project.

39 Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ Terminal elements and summary elements comprise the work breakdown structure of the project. Some Gantt charts also show the dependency relationships between activities.

40 Created and managed a project is a big job for you. It is job which requiring a wide ranging skill set. It's not for everybody. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

41  Management roles ◦ Organization and execution of the project within constraints. Examples: project manager, team leader.  Development roles ◦ Specification, design and construction of subsystems. Examples: Analyst, system architect, implementor.  Cross functional roles ◦ Coordination of more than one team. Example: API Engineer, configuration manager, tester  Consultant roles ◦ Support in areas where the project participants lack expertise. Examples: End user, client, application domain specialist ( problem domain), technical consultant (solution domain).  Promoter roles ◦ Promote change through an organization. Project Management (C) 2010 FRIDRICHOVÁ

42 1. Understand the project scope and stakeholder expectations at the onset of the program. 2. Get yourself a mentor as quickly as possible. 3. Recognize that relationships will change. 4. Manage change rigorously. 5. Know the people, not just the resources. 6. You are what you measure. 7. Talk to stakeholders every day. 8. Talk to staff every day. 9. Lead by example. 10. Have fun.

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