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Project Management Recent Trends at Project Management & Summary
Reminding Question A Project Manager spends %90 of his time by? a) Managing b) Planning c) Communicating d) Integrating
RECENT TRENDS AT PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Portfolio Management Project Management and Sustainability Agile Project Management
Project Portfolio Management Strategic management is the process of assessing “what we are” and deciding and implementing “what we intend to be and how we are going to get there”.
Strategic Management Process Vision Strategic objectives and values what we intend to be how we are going to get there Mission what we are What we expected to produce? For whom we produce these products/services? How we produce them? Why we do this?
Characteristics of Objectives S Specific Be specific in targeting an objective M Measurable Establish a measurable indicator(s) of progress A Assignable Make the objective assignable to one person for completion R Realistic State what can realistically be done with available resources T Time related
A Portfolio Management System Portfolio management ensures projects are aligned with strategic goals and prioritized appropriately. Before a project begins its life cycle, it must have been selected for funding by the organization.
Portfolio of Projects by Type
Project Management and Sustainability
Project Management and Sustainability Society Katlanılabilir Environment #3 Bilgi Patlaması / Ürün Karmaşıklığının Artması Uygun, gerçekleştirilebilir Adil, insaflı
AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT
AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT Agile Project Management has emerged as a response to the challanges of managing projects with losely defined scopes and high levels of uncertainty. Key Advantages: • Work is divided into smaller parts that are easily scheduled and controlled. • Collaboration between the customer and designers is increased
Project Life Cycle Initiating/ Closing/ Monitoring Output: PROJECT CHARTER Output: MANAGEMENT PLAN Monitoring 1. Controls 2. Performance reporting 3. Risk monitoring
Level of Resource Usage PMBOK 5 th Edition
Steps of Project Planning 1. Develop statement of work 2. Define work breakdown structure 3. List resources needed 4. Estimate time required Vonderembse, Mark A. , and Gregory P. White. Core concepts of operations management. John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2003.
The Risk Management Process
PROJECT COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT Feedback SENDER noise Coding RECEIVER Decoding Message Channel The number of communication channels in a project is equal to: N (N-1)/2
CLOSING THE PROJECT • Deliver the product, service or results • Lessons Learned • Release Resources
CLOSING THE PROJECT Mustafa HAFIZOĞLU, PMP circuit 9@hotmail. com THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING