Project Management Digital Champion Dr Pieris Chourides (BEng,MSc,

Project Management Digital Champion Dr Pieris Chourides (BEng,MSc,

Project Management Digital Champion Dr Pieris Chourides (BEng,MSc, PhD) Assistant Professor Business School European University Cyprus [email protected] January 2015 Project Management Characteristics

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Life Cycle Understanding Project Management Skills Agenda What Is a Project?

Project Attributes What is Project Management? The Triple Constraint Knowledge Areas

Project Characteristics Skills for Project Managers Project Life Cycles and Their Effects

Quadruple Constraint of Project Success How Does Project Management Benefit you? Example What Is a Project? A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result.

Operations is work done to sustain the business. A project ends when its objectives have been reached, or the project has been terminated. Projects can be large or small and take a short or long time to complete. Project Attributes A project: Has a unique purpose. Is temporary. Is developed using progressive elaboration. Requires resources, often from various areas. Should have a primary customer or sponsor. The project sponsor usually provides the direction and

funding for the project. Involves uncertainty. What is Project Management? Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements. The Triple Constraint Successful project management means

meeting all three goals (scope, time, and cost) and satisfying the projects sponsor! 6 Knowledge Areas

Scope Management Time Management Cost Management Quality Management Human Resources Management Communications Management Risk Management Procurement Management Integration Management

Project Characteristics Skills for Project Managers Communication skills: Listens, persuades. Organizational skills: Plans, sets goals, analyzes. Team-building skills: Shows empathy, motivates, promotes esprit de corps. Leadership skills: Sets examples, provides vision (big picture), delegates, positive, energetic. Coping skills: Flexible, creative, patient, persistent. Technology skills: Experience, project knowledge. Project Life Cycles and Their Effects

Client Interest Project Stake Resources Creativity Uncertainty Conceptualization Planning Execution Termination

How Does Project Management Benefit you? You will have goal clarity and measurement Your resources will be coordinated Your risks will be identified and managed You will increase the possibilities of time savings You will increase the possibilities of cost savings You will increase the possibilities of achieving the

agreed outcome You will increase the possibilities to deliver projects successfully Quadruple Constraint of Project Success Client Acceptance Budget Success Schedule

Performance Gantt Chart . Network Diagram Questions

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