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WBS is the foundation of the project!

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Written by hoantv

August 30, 2013 at 5:07 pm

Posted in 05. Prj Scope Mgt

Project Scope Statement

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Project Scope Statement included:

  1. Product scope
  2. Project scope
  3. Deliverables (for the product and the project)
  4. Acceptance criteria
  5. What is not part of the project
  6. Assumptions and constraints

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Written by hoantv

August 30, 2013 at 3:58 pm

Posted in 05. Prj Scope Mgt

Change…

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Là người quản lý dự án, bất kể là dự án lớn hay nhỏ thì vai trò của mình không chỉ là đáp ứng tất cả những thay đổi tạo ra bởi người khác, mà phải như là chốt ngăn cản những thay đổi không cần thiết, và lập kế hoạch để làm sao dự án ít phải thay đổi nhất.

Rita 8, page 128: Regardless of whether you work on small or large projects, your role is not to facilitate the making changes by others, you need to stand as a barrier to prevent unneccessary changes and to plan the project in a way that minimize the need for changes.

 

Written by hoantv

August 24, 2013 at 2:35 pm

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Project Selection Methods

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1. Benifit measurement methods (comparative approach)

  • Murder board (a panel of people who try to shoot down a new project idea)
  • Peer review
  • Scoring models
  • Economic models:

– PV: Present Value

– NPV: Net Present Value

– IRR: Internal Rate of Return

– Payback period

– Cost-benifit analysis

2. Constrained optimization methods (mathematical approach)

  • Linear programming
  • Integer programming
  • Dynamic programming
  • Multi-objective programming

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Written by hoantv

August 17, 2013 at 4:58 pm

Project Life Cycle vs Project Management Process

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Project Life Cycle: describes what you need to do the work.

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Project Management Process: describes what you need to do to manage the project. High-level of project management process includes:

  1. Initiating the project (Start)
  2. Planning the project (Plan)
  3. Executing the project (Do)
  4. Monitoring and Controlling the project (Check and Act)
  5. Closing the project (End)

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Written by hoantv

August 11, 2013 at 4:33 pm

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The project man…

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softwareschedule2The project manager knows unrealistic schedules are his or her fault.

Written by hoantv

August 10, 2013 at 4:31 pm

Posted in PMI-isms