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Section 4(f) Managing the Environmental & Project Development Process Presented by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

waterfowl refuges  Issued by OES Cultural Resources at the end of the Section 106 process Managing the Environmental & Project Development Process Presented by the Ohio Department of Transportation No Use Determination 21  FHWA identified exceptions/existing features and values  Must obtain OWJ concurrence  Applies to all NEPA document levels Managing the Environmental & Project Development Process Presented by the Ohio Department of Transportation Net Benefit 41  Required for the following /


Source: PMBOK 5 th Ed. 1 Map The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) The PMBOK guide is an attempt to document the generally accepted PM information.

Source: PMBOK 5 th Ed. 4 Map The Project Management Knowledge Areas organize the 47 project management processes into Ten Knowledge Areas. 1. Project Integration Management 2. Project Scope Management 3. Project Time Management 4. Project Cost Management 5. Project Quality Management 6. Project HR Management 7. Project Communication Management 8. Project Risk Management 9. Project Procurement Management 10. Project Stakeholder Management Project Management Knowledge Areas describe the key competencies that/


Project Cycle Management Assoc. Prof. Erkan DEMİRBAŞ 1.

are following the 5 process of project management, KIM Project Management Knowledge Areas as well. There are 9 Project Management Knowledge Areas. 1. Project Integration Management 2. Project Scope Management 3. Project Time Management 4. Project Cost Management 5. Project Quality Management 6. Project Human Resource Management 7. Project Communications Management 8. Project Risk Management 9. Project Procurement Management 76 Project Management Process Groups and Project Management Knowledge Areas Table 3/


August 13, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 1 – Software Management Overview Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey, All Rights Reserved.

J. Frailey, All Rights Reserved Slide # 7 1.1 The Course The Course is focused on the PROCESS by which software is developed The Management Principles are designed to deal with the process Software Risk Management Software Project Management Software Engineering Process August 13, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 1 – Software Management Overview Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey, All Rights Reserved Slide # 8 People - Those who Perform/


Project Integration Management Presented by Project Masters Inc.

of the pitfalls inherent in the project management process. A well thought out plan provides vision for project leadership and helps the Project Manager and Project Team exercise control over day-to-day project activities. ©2015 Project Masters, Inc. 42 ©2015 Project Masters, Inc. 43 Direct and Manage Project Work ©2015 Project Masters, Inc. 44 Direct and Manage Project Work The process of leading and performing the work defined in the project management plan and implementing approved changes/


PMP® Prep Introduction Presented by Project Masters Inc.

involvement. Methods are iterative and incremental Iterations are very rapid – 2 to 4 weeks Iterations are fixed in time and resources Generally all project management processes are performed in each iteration ©2015 Project Masters, Inc. 61 The Project Management Process ©2015 Project Masters, Inc. 62 A Process Defined A set of interrelated actions and activities performed to achieve a pre-specified product, result, or service. (The PMBOK® Guide: Fifth/


January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 13 – SW Process Maturity, Appraisal & Imp Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey, All Rights.

, Appraisal & Imp Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey, All Rights Reserved Slide # 74 Level 2 - Repeatable Basic project management processes are established to track cost, schedule, and functionality. The necessary process discipline is in place to repeat earlier successes on projects with similar applications. Stability is present, even when heroes leave, so long as the overall environment is consistent Everyone knows how to do it/


PMP Preparation Class. Course Outline  Initiating a Project  Planning Project Work  Developing Project Schedules, Cost Estimates, and Budgets  Planning.

Outputs InputsOutputs Tools and Techniques Project Management Processes 7 Process Group Interactions Initiating Processes Planning Processes Monitoring And Controlling Processes Executing Processes Closing Processes 8 Fundamentals of project management Unit objectives Identify the features and attributes of a project. Identify the steps and variables of the project management process. 9 Fundamentals of project management Topic A: Project Topic B: Project management process 10 Project A temporary sequence of/


January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 6 - Detailed Planning - Effort and Cost Estimating Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey,

for WBS Tasks Each category of cost is used at a different point in the estimating process January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 6 - Detailed Planning - Effort and Cost Estimating Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis/) Differences stem from: – Type of software being developed – Schedule compression – Organizational differences – Process and Methods January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 6 - Detailed Planning - Effort and Cost Estimating Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J/


The process of identifying and documenting project roles, responsibilities, required skills, reporting relationships, and creating a staffing management.

engaging stakeholders as needed Project Stakeholder Management Processes Information Technology Project Management, Seventh Edition 12 Internal project stakeholders Internal project stakeholders generally include the project sponsor, project team, support staff, and internal customers for the project. Other internal stakeholders include top management, other functional managers, and other project managers External project stakeholders External project stakeholders include the project’s customers (if they/


Project Management Credit Hours : 3 Lecturer : Dedi Purwana E.S.

, patience, persistence  Technological skills: experience, project knowledge Project Management Process Groups Project management can be viewed as a number of interlinked processes The project management process groups include  initiating processes  planning processes  executing processes  controlling processes  closing processes Overlap of Process Groups in a Phase (PMBOK Guide, 2000, p. 31)  Project Integration Management: project plan development, project plan execution, and overall change control/


Slide 1 January, 2000January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 2 - Software Processes and Lifecycles Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J.

– Determine theoretical feasibility – Develop “requirements” for a real radar system performance requirements, electrical requirements, interface requirements, test requirements, etc. Slide 33 January, 2000January 20, 2000 CSE 7315 - SW Project Management / Chapter 2 - Software Processes and Lifecycles Copyright © 1995-2000, Dennis J. Frailey, All Rights Reserved Concept Exploration Phase (continued) Software Note: Software may be used in many different ways during this type of/


Project Management Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Tomsk Polytechnic University International Management Institute Tomsk Polytechnic.

organizational structure is an example of top-down estimating.6.25 A project manager’s bid for finance in support of the development of a new project within an existing organizational structure is an example of top-down estimating. 6.26 PCCS cycle 2 is concerned with the monitoring and control process.6.26 PCCS cycle 2 is concerned with the monitoring and control/


Project Management Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Tomsk Polytechnic University Department of Engineering Entrepreneurship Tomsk.

relatively complex as compared to the standard functional processes. –Projects can be of many sizes. Projects may be external and internal. From the project characteristics highlighted above, it is clear that projects require a unique form of management. Definition of Project Management:Definition of Project Management: - The organizing, planning, directing, coordinating and controlling of all project resources from inception to completion to achieve project objectives on time, within cost, and to the/


Project Management Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Prof. Dr.-Eng. А.А. Dulzon Tomsk Polytechnic University International Management Institute Tomsk Polytechnic.

; –people issues; –complexity; –uncertainty and change; –accuracy and reliability; –communication. The process of project time planning Sources of time planning data The process of project time planning Irrespective of whether the project manager is developing time, cost or quality plans, the same basic procedure is adopted:Irrespective of whether the project manager is developing time, cost or quality plans, the same basic procedure is adopted: 1.evaluate the/


"Software Project Management" Walker Royce 1 Software Project Management A Unified Framework.

Organizations Default roles in a software line-of-business organizations Project A Manager Project B Manager Project N Manager Organization Manager Software Engineering Process Authority Software Engineering Environment Authority Project Review Authority Infrastructure Process definition Process improvement Process automation Project compliance Periodic risk assessment Project administration Engineering skill centers Professional development "Software Project Management" Walker Royce 68/112 Part 3 Part 3/


Chapter 1: Introduction to Project Management Information Technology Project Management, Fifth Edition.

, project planning, project execution, project monitoring and controlling, and project closing make to project success Information Technology Project Management, Fifth Edition, Copyright 2007 80 Project Management Process Groups A process is a series of actions directed toward a particular result Project management can be viewed as a number of interlinked processes The project management process groups include: Initiating processes Planning processes Executing processes Monitoring and controlling processes/


All Q & A Issued by PMI 1 1. A project is: A. A set of sequential activities performed in a process or system. B. A revenue-generating activity that needs.

, resources, and risk to produce a quality product.. C. Apply all processes within the project Management process Groups uniformly to meet the project objectives. D. Select appropriate processes within the project management process Groups that are required to meet the project objectives. All Q & A Issued by PMI 34 34. An underlying concept for the interaction among the project management processes is the : A. Plan-do-check-act cycle (as defined by Shewhart/


WORKSHOP ON MANAGING MULTIPLE PROJECTS. Exit RULES OF THE HOUSE.

is a resource sacrificed or foregone to achieve a specific objective, or something given up in exchange.  Costs are usually measured in monetary units, such as dollars.  Project cost management includes the processes required to ensure that the project is completed within an approved budget. 151 PROJECT COST MANAGEMENT PROCESSES  Cost estimating: Developing an approximation or estimate of the costs of the resources needed to complete a/


Business Project Management (BSB10194-5) Level 5, Block 1 Lecture 1 Introduction / Stakeholders / Project Brief Lecturer: Dr. Revenio.

to identify and describe best practice that are applicable to most project most of time - Project integration: integrates the three main project management processes of planning, execution and control- where inputs from several knowledge areas are brought together. - Project Scope Management: includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required to complete the project successfully. Its primarily concerned with defining and controlling what is or/


Project Scope Management ©2011 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition Version.

one or more individuals or groups of individuals based on the needs of the project Project Scope Management ©2011 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition Version 4.0 8 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecutingMonitoring & ControllingClosing 5. Project Scope Management 5.1 Plan Scope Management 5.2 Collect Requirements 5.3 Define Scope 5.4 Create WBS 5.5/


Project Procurement Management PMP Prep Course – Project Procurement Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 PMP Study Group Procurement Management.

Procurements 12.4 Close Procurements Across Project Management Process Groups Close Procurements Process 48 Project Procurement Management PMP Prep Course – Project Procurement Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.049 12.4 Close Procurements Process Definition: “The process of completing each project procurement.” PMBoK ® Guide,4 th Edition, p 341 PMBoK ® Guide,4 th Edition, p 342 Project Procurement Management PMP Prep Course – Project Procurement Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1/


Project Procurement Management ©2013 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 5th Edition –

RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 5th Edition – Version 5.0 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 12. Project Procurement Management 12.1 Plan Procurement Management 12.2 Conduct Procurements 12.3 Control Procurements 12.4 Close Procurements Close Procurements Process 46 Project Procurement Management ©2013 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 5th Edition – Version 5.0/


Project Management Institute - Long Island Chapter PMP Prep Course – Project Integration Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 PMP Study Group.

- PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 Project Integration Management Processes across Project Management Process Groups Project Management Process Groups Knowledge Area Initiating Process Group Planning Process Group Executing Process Group Monitoring & Controlling Process Group Closing Process Group Project Integration Management 4.1 Develop Project Charter 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan 4.3 Direct and Manage Project Execution 4.4 Monitor and Control Project Work 4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control 4.6/


PROJECTMANAGEMENT SUMMER SEMINAR 2010. Project management - Summer seminar 20102 Presentations Your trainer Presentation of each participant Structure.

General Workshop 10 Lessons learned (individual) Project management - Summer seminar 20104 Part 1 - Definitions 1.1. A project is… 1.2. Project management is… 1.3. Project Management framework 1.3.1. Project Management Context 1.3.2. Project Management Processes 1.3.3. Project Management Practices Project management - Summer seminar 20105 1.1. A Project Is… WORK ! Project management - Summer seminar 20106 1.1. A Project Is… WORK ! Processes Projects Temporary Unique Scope Uncertain Critical (Often) On/


Dr. Alan C. Maltz Howe School of Technology Management Stevens Institute of Technology Mgt 613 - Project Portfolio Management and.

the organization’s standards repository become larger, the PMO may consider bringing together all of the accumulated standards into a single methodology that encompasses one of more of the major project management processes that are in use in the organization The concept of an integrated methodology takes the concept of grouping standards a step further by ordering sets of standards into a complete/


Introduction to Project Management After Project Management Institute Education Department & slides from Bertrand Rose.

life cycle and product life cycle Applied a model to hypothetical and real projects Project management process groups 26 5 stages of a project (PM BOK) Initiating Planning Executing Monitoring and Controlling Closing 27 Initiating Processes Planning Processes Controlling Processes Executing Processes Closing Processes Characteristics of the 5 stages 28 Characteristics of the 5 stages 29 30 Initiating Projects 31 Process Interactions Inputs Tools and techniques Outputs Taxonomy 32 Purpose of Initiation/


Volunteer Management System of Crowdsourcing Support System Work in progress 黃儀銘、林螢駿、陳泓甫 12/18/2015.

/she can assign each participant to authenticate with a one-time account. It restricts to access volunteers’ profile, participated processes, coordinates/location records and so on. Volunteering records Participated processes Location Reputation/Performance Project manager access control Does the volunteer permit project manager to access? Does the project manager have the right?. More access policies V.0.1.5 DRBoaST meeting V.0.1.4 Big Meeting Current/


1 Day 4: Welcome Banner Day 4: Welcome The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

from the Glossary of the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2015. Project Procurement Management 69 Day 4: Project Procurement Management A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2015, Figure 12-1, pg 356. Plan Procurement Management *The process of documenting project procurement decisions specifying the approach/


PMP Prep Course – Project Risk Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 Project Management Institute - Long Island Chapter PMP Study Group Risk Management.

11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis 11.5 Plan Risk Responses 11.6 Monitor and Control Risks Risk Management PMP Prep Course – Project Risk Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.09 Risk Management Processes Across Project Management Processes Project Mgmt Processes InitiationPlanningExecuting Monitoring and Controlling Closing Risk Mgmt Processes 11.1 Plan Risk Management 11.2 Identify Risks 11.3 Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis 11.4 Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis 11/


Project Procurement Management ©2010 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition –

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition – Version 2.0 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 12. Project Procurement Management 12.1 Plan Procurements 12.2 Conduct Procurements 12.3 Administer Procurements 12.4 Close Procurements Conduct Procurements Process 26 Project Procurement Management ©2010 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition – Version 2.0/


Project Management Institute - Long Island Chapter PMP Prep Course – Project Procurement Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 PMP Study Group.

Procurements 12.2 Conduct Procurements 12.3 Administer Procurements 12.4 Close Procurements Across Project Management Process Groups Project Procurement Management Processes Procurement Management PMP Prep Course – Project Procurement Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.045 12.4 Close Procurements Process Definition: The process of completing each project procurement. PMBoK® Guide,4 th Edition 12.4.1.1 Project Management Plan 12.4.1.2 Procurement Documentation 12.4.2.1 Procurement Audits/


Project Integration Management ©2013 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 5th Edition –

– Version 1.0 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 4. Project Integration Management 4.1 Develop Project Charter 4.2 Develop Project Management Plan 4.3 Direct and Manage Project Execution 4.4 Monitor and Control Project Work 4.5 Perform Integrated Change Control 4.6 Close Project or Phase Develop Project Management Plan Process 20 Across Project Management Process Groups Project Integration Management ©2013 Long Island Chapter of the/


0 Project and Relationship Management CIMA Paper E2.

1 – Identification of a need Phase 2 – Development of a proposed solution Phase 3 – Implementation Phase 4 – Completion 373 6 Five project management process areas An alternative five stage project life cycle based on the Project Management: Initiating Planning Executing (implementating) Controlling Closing/Completing Initiating Processes Planning Processes Executing Processes Controlling Processes Closing Processes 374 7 Initiation - Feasibility Purpose – Yes/No Decision There are a number of reasons why a/


1 IYER ROTHAUG / LINDA MASINGA PROJECT TEAM UMGUNGUNDLOVU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN UMGUNGUNDLOVU DISTRICT.

development will serve communities better. This approach is strategically linked to pro-active disaster management. Streamlining environmental assessment processes and procedures in cooperation with regulating authorities is viewed as essential. 64 IYER ROTHAUG / LINDA MASINGA PROJECT TEAM UMGUNGUNDLOVU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN 3.4.4.2 OBJECTIVES, STRATEGIES + PROJECTS (1) Have in place a well- coordinated environmental strategy in the form of a/


PMP Prep Course – Project Human Resource Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 Project Human Resource Management PMP Study Group Human Resource.

Version 1.0 Project Human Resource Management Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 5. Project Human Resource Management 9.1 Develop Human Resource Plan 9.2 Acquire Project Team 9.3 Develop Project Team 9.4 Manage Project Team Across Project Management Process Groups Manage Project Team Process PMP Prep Course – Project Human Resource Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 1.0 Project Human Resource Management 9.4 Manage Project Team/


8. 품질관리 (Quality Management) Copyright 2005 VentureTiger All Rights Reserved / Mail to Chapter 8. 프로젝트 품질관리 (Project Quality Management)

to pmp@venturetiger.com 8 - 2 1. 품질 (Quality), 프로젝트 품질관리 (Project Quality Management) 의 정의 (Definition) 을 이해하고 유사한 정의와의 차이를 설명할 수 있다 2. Project Quality Management 의 주요 Processes 인 품질기획 (Quality Planning), 품질보증 수행 (Perform Quality Assurance), 품질통제 수행 (Perform Quality Control) 의 투입물 (Inputs), 도구 및 기법 (Tools & Techniques), 산출물 (Outputs) 을 이해하고 타 프로젝트 관리 프로세스 (Project Management Process) 와의 연계성을 도식화할 수 있다 3. 품질 향상 (Quality Improvement) 을 위한 다양한 도구 및 기법 (Tools & Techniques) 을 정확하게 이해하고, 프로젝트 현장에서 적용할 수 있다 학습목표 8/


PMP Prep Course – Project Quality Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 2.0 Project Quality Management PMP Study Group Quality Management.

Quality Control, Perform Quality Assurance c) Perform Quality Control, Quality Planning d) Quality Planning, Perform Quality Assurance PMP Prep Course – Project Quality Management - PMBOK 4 th Edition – Version 2.0 Project Quality Management 31 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 8. Project Quality Management - 8.1 Plan Quality 8.2 Perform Quality Assurance 8.3 Perform Quality Control - 8.3 Perform Quality Control PMP Prep/


Project Quality Management ©2010 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition – Version.

, Perform Quality Assurance c) Perform Quality Control, Quality Planning d) Quality Planning, Perform Quality Assurance Project Quality Management ©2010 Long Island Chapter of the Project Management Institute ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PMP Prep Course – PMBOK 4th Edition – Version 2.0 29 Knowledge Area Project Management Process Groups InitiatingPlanningExecuting Monitoring & Controlling Closing 8. Project Quality Management - 8.1 Plan Quality 8.2 Perform Quality Assurance 8.3 Perform Quality Control - 8/


Project Management Book of Knowledge Lesson 2. Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Organizational Influences & Project Life Cycle 3. Project Management Process.

: 1. Introduction 2. Organizational Influences & Project Life Cycle 3. Project Management Process 4. Project Integration Management 5. Project Scope Management 6. Project Time Management 7. Project Cost Management 8. Project Quality Management 9. Project Human Resource Management 10. Project Communication Management 11. Project Risk Management 12. Project Procurement Management 13. Project Stakeholder Management. 1-Introduction : Role of Project Manager  The project manager is the person assigned by the/


1 Initiating Projects and Managing Scope This material is based on the Fifth Edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ®

various process groups Accomplishing Tasks through Processes 6 Monitoring & Initiating Closing Planning Processes Executing Processes Controlling Processes Project Deliverables Project Sponsor Project Inputs Project Records Process Assets End users Project Boundaries (Five Process Groups) This diagram is adapted from the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ® Guide), 5 th Edition The Five Project Management Process Groups 7 The Five Process Groups Reviewed The Initiating Process Group/


© 2001 Cayman Business Systems Rev: B Wednesday, November 23, com -- The Cove! Slide 1 Quality Management System Implementation Understanding.

Provides guidelines to assist in the preparation, review, acceptance and revision of quality plans. ISO 10006:1997 Quality management – Guidelines to quality in project management Guidelines to help you ensure the quality of both the project processes and the project products. ISO 10007:1995 Quality management – Guidelines for configuration management Guidelines to ensure that a complex product continues to function when components are changed individually. © 2001 Cayman Business/


Welcome to PMP certification Introduction for Managers

), PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) PMP Certification(Project Management Professional). 22/03/2017 PMP introduction for Managers Project Management Body of Knowledge Project Management Processes 42 Processes Project Management Process Groups Five Groups Nine Knowledge Areas Process Interactions Project Management Process Mapping Reference: PMBOK® Guide Chapter 3 – Project Management Processes for a Project Reference: PMBOK® Guide Chapter 3 – Project Management Processes for a Project We will/


ACCA P4 Advanced Financial Management December 2011 Exams.

to consult with others first Act as a forum for assisting free trade, and offering a disputes settlement process Establish rules and guidelines to make world trade more predictable Institutions 2 International Monetary Fund – aims Promote international/ costs High-growth start-ups 2 Steps in valuation Identify drivers eg market potential, resources of the business, management team Period of projection – needs to be long-term High-growth start-ups 3 Steps in valuation continued Forecasting growth Growth in /


2. Introduction to PM Kanabar/warburton

Group Knowledge Area … Executing Initiating Planning Controlling Closing 4. Project Integration Management 4.1 Project Plan Development 4.2 Project Plan Execution 4.3 Integrated Change Control 5. Project Scope Management … 6. Project Time Management 7. Project Cost Management 8. Project Quality Management 9. Project Human Resource Management 10. Project Communications Management 11. Risk Project Management 12. Project Procurement Management Process Group Knowledge Area Key Skills Leadership Team building/


Planning, Organizing and Controlling

its scope, timing, cost, and associated risks. The project plan can be viewed as a type of “contract” between the project team members and other stakeholders. It defines” the process by which the objectives will be achieved, and the responsibilities in carrying out this process. Project plans also underpin a number of other key project management functions including estimating and forecasting, options analysis and decision-making, and/


An Integrated Approach

with uncertain activity times. Use the earned value chart to monitor a project. Discuss the reasons why projects fail to meet performance, time, and cost objectives. The Nature of Service Project Management Characteristics of Projects: purpose, life cycle, interdependencies, uniqueness, and conflict. Project Management Process: planning (work breakdown structure), scheduling, and controlling. Selecting the Project Manager: credibility, sensitivity, ability to handle stress, and leadership. Building the/


Enhancing Asset Lifecycle Management Through Better Routine and Complex Maintenance Practices Louay Zeaiter Louay.zeaiter@oracle.com 1.

Portfolio Management (EPPM) Oracle Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Single Corporate System of Record Project Financial Management Portfolio Management & Optimization Program & Project Management Resource Management Risk Management Enterprise Resource Management Human Capital Management Financial Management Financial Operations Governance Risk & Compliance Strategic HCM Processes Workforce Service Delivery Workforce Admin. & Management Supply Chain Management Enterprise Performance Management Product/


Agile Project Management - Scrum

Alliance Successful = increase in productivity, satisfied/ happy team JASS 2006 Agile Project Management - Scrum Functionality of Scrum JASS 2006 Agile Project Management - Scrum Agile Project Management - Scrum Components of Scrum Scrum Roles The Process Scrum Artifacts JASS 2006 Agile Project Management - Scrum Agile Project Management - Scrum Scrum Master Represents management to the project Typically filled by a Project Manager or Team Leader Responsible for enacting scrum values and practices Main job/


]project-translation[ Innovation in Translation Processes 20.8.2005 Translat. Workflow Projects Users Clients Costs Data Ware- House File Storage Project.

key account creates a new (potential) project 3. The key account logs customer interaction 6. The project manager assigns translators and editors to the project 5. The project manager imports the Trados wordcounts 7. The project manager assigns individual files (tasks) to translators 4. The project manager receives files from the customer 8. The workflow process starts 9. The key account and the project manager track the project progress 10. The translated files are/


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