Presentation on theme: "Information Technology Project Management"— Presentation transcript:
1 Information Technology Project Management by Jack T. MarchewkaPower Point Slides by Jack T. Marchewka, Northern Illinois UniversityCopyright 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. all rights reserved. Reproduction or translation of this work beyond that permitted in Section 117 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the express permission of the copyright owner is unlawful. Request for further information information should be addressed to the Permissions Department, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. The purchaser may make back-up copies for his/her own use only and not for distribution or resale. The Publisher assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or damages caused by the use of these programs or from the use of the information contained herein.
2 Chapter 3 Developing the Project Charter and Baseline Project Plan
3 Learning ObjectivesDescribe the five project management processes and how they support each phase of the project life cycle.Define the project management knowledge area called project integration management and describe its role in project plan development, project plan execution and overall change control.Develop a project charter and describe its relationship to the project plan.Identify the steps in the project planning framework introduced in this chapter and describe how this framework links the project’s measurable organizational value (MOV) to the project’s scope, schedule and budget.
5 The Business Case has been approved, but… Who is the project manager?Who is the project sponsor?Who is on the project team?What role does everyone associated with the project play?What is the scope of the project?How much will the project cost?How long will it take to complete the project?What resources and technology will be required?What approach, tools and techniques will be used to develop the information system?What tasks or activities will be required to perform the project work?How long will these tasks or activities take?Who will be responsible for performing these tasks or activities?What will the organization receive for the time, money and resources invested in this project?
6 Project Management Processes Project vs. Product Management processes
8 Project Management Process Project Management Process GroupsInitiatingPlanningExecutingControllingClosing
9 Project Integration Management Project Plan DevelopmentConstraints and AssumptionsToolsProject Plan ExecutionWork authorization systemStatus review meetingsOverall Change Controlensure process in place to evaluate the value of proposed changedetermine whether accepted change has been implementedinclude procedures for handling emergencieshelp project manager manage change
11 The Project CharterTogether with the baseline project plan provide a tactical plan for carrying out the project.Serves as an agreement or contract between the project sponsor and team.
12 The Project Charter Documents the project’s MOV Defines the project infrastructureSummarizes the details of the project planDefines roles & responsibilitiesShows explicit commitment to the projectSets out project control mechanisms
13 What Should Be in a Project Charter? Project IDProject StakeholdersProject DescriptionMOVProject ScopeProject Schedule (summary)Project Budget (summary)Quality issues/standards/requirementsResourcesAssumptions & RisksProject AdministrationAcceptance & ApprovalReferencesTerminology (acronyms & definitions)
16 Project Planning Framework The MOVDefine the Project’s ScopeInitiationPlanningDefinitionVerificationChange Control
17 Project Planning Framework – cont’d. Subdivide the Project into PhasesTasks-Sequence, Resources and Time EstimatesSequenceResourcesTimeSchedule and Budget-The Baseline Plan
18 The Kick-Off Meeting Officially starts the work on the project. Brings closure to the planning phase.Communicates to all what the project is about.Energizes stakeholders.Engenders positive attitudes.