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Project management process by Derek Hendrikz works with setting objectives, reducing risk, precise execution, mapping, team work and communication as well as assumptions.


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2. Copyright 2014 Derek Hendrikz Consulting 3. Traditional Process Approaches to Project Management 4. 5. (5) Communications (1) Define: Meeting notes Terms of reference (2) Plan: Work Breakdown Team & Authority Effort & Duration Schedule Resources Budget Risk Analysis (4) Control: Cost control Schedule Control Progress Meetings Re-plan (6) Review & Exit: Project Reviews (3) Team Building, leading & motivation: How to build a team Leadership activities & qualities What motivates others 6. 7. Plan (1st Creation): Phase 1: Concept, initiation & definition. Phase 2: Planning, scheduling & development. Accomplish (2nd Creation): Phase 3: Executing and implementing. Phase 4: Hand-over, closure & termination. 8. 9. Objectives? Assumptions? Purpose? 10. To bring about change through a well defined process that has very specific authority, time, task, and resource boundaries. 11. Objectives of project management 12. 1. To enhance organisational objectives through the initiation of well defined and bounded processes that will ensure organisational relevance. 13. 2. To reduce the uncertainty of outcomes through well defined project planning and quantified scheduling. 14. 2. To execute and complete the project through effective resource utilisation. 15. Set Goals Reduce Risk Execute Precisely 16. 1. Sound understanding of project purpose, scope and outcomes during the initiation phase will ensure effective project execution. 2. Collectively the analysis of risk, cash-flow, resource intensiveness, and capital budgeting should enable accurate decision-making on the viability of any project. 3. Project planning is effective if it clearly indicates the dependency relationship between task, time, authority, energy and capital. 17. 4. Effective project execution is dependent on accurate planning and constant evaluation. 5. Summative evaluation in the form of a project closure report is only valuable if learning during the project is internalised. 6. Projects are executed by people, thus interpersonal skills is crucial in effective delivery of any project.