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Project Management (a quick tutorial) - - Project Planning

Project Planning

Once the project is defined, it’s time to plan the project.  With comprehensive planning the project execution will be more effective and efficient.  The project planning tasks include:

1.      Project Timeline:

    • Work with the project team to develop the project schedule
    • Enhance the Network Tree into an Outline of Tasks
    • Input the tasks into a scheduling software program
    • Identify the resource pool.
    • Identify task durations based on task staffing, their skills, their availability and the budget
    • Establish the relationship (linkage) between tasks (predecessors and successors)
    • Assign resources to each task
    • Establish a task budget
    • Identify project phases and key milestones to match the project deliverable timeline requirements
    • Include time and budget contingencies
    • Save a baseline schedule

2.      Scope Management:

    • Detail the scope of the project.  Seek clarification as required.

3.      Cost Management:

    • Develop the project budget
    • Organize the budget to match the work breakdown structure.
    • Break the budget into appropriate cost management periods.
    • Tie the budget to the schedule.
    • Develop a spend plan, by month
    • Estabish earned value parameters.

4.      Quality:

    • Define the project quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) efforts. 
    • Define the QA/QC roles and responsibilities.

5.      Procurement:

    • Define the process required to acquire services, materials and equipment.
    • Identify sourcing and shipment requirements
    • Identify and schedule all long lead items
    • Validate costing of critical items

6.      Risks:

    • Rate the potential impact and probability of each project risk
    • Develop mitigation strategies
    • Identify potential trigger points for each risk
      (what event or events could cause the risk to materialize)

7.      Staffing:

    • Review the team organization and clarify roles and responsibilities

8.      Communication:

    • Meet regularly with the project team
    • Review the communications and reporting requirements
    • Identify project actions and track on an Action Item list.
    • Define the change management process

9.      Project Plan

    • Document the Project Plan and achieve stakeholder endorsement
    • Once endorsed - communicate the plan to all stakeholders. 

 


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