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  • A WBS is a logical, hierarchical tree of all the tasks needed to complete a project. Three layers Managing folders in computer
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  • WBS for an A/C Project
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  • Importance of WBS If I could wish but one thing for every project, it would be a comprehensive and detailed WBS. The lack of a good WBS probably results in more inefficiency, schedule slippage and cost overruns on projects than any other single cause. When a consultant is brought in to perform the role of project doctor, invariably there has been no WBS developed. No one knows what work has been done, nor what work remains to be done. The first thing to do is assemble the planning team and teach them how to create a WBS. (Devaux, 1999)
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  • Logical Interfacing Every piece put in its right place and with no piece missing. For right place.. Identification numbers, codes, or addresses For minimizing risk of omission.. checklists
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  • Example Childaire (fictitious) children charity NGO Essential air travel for children $2 million Appoint PM Design WBS Four different senior managers
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  • Childaire
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  • Airport Development Project
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  • A Large Public Event Project: Inaugural Celebration Ceremony for An International Airport
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  • Coding System Every project task is given a name or descriptive title which must be augmented by a specific code A code may be a sequence of alphabetic characters, a set of numerical digits or some of these two (Alpha- numeric code)
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  • Examples BMW 3 series vs BMS 5 series Airbus. A3nn Boeing. 7n7-xxx Two 7s mean??? N mean??? 767-300 is a particular variant of the Boeing 767 Last two zeros may be replaced with the digits to identify a particular customer
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  • Compatibility of Codes with other Systems A code is a short and precise method of conveying essential data about an item. An item might be anything from the whole project to the smallest part of it, physical or abstract. Each item has costs that must be estimated, budgeted, spent, measured, reported, assessed and recovered.
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  • Coded WBS for an Avionics Project Project identifier 110-0000 Item identifier transformer 110-2210 Relationship within the project (110 for project 221 transformer) Operation identifier (110-2210C coil winding) Identifiers for department, discipline or trade and labor grade (110-2210-153)
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  • WBS and Coding
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  • Project Organization
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  • To achieve best results Complex task require more cooperation Implementation of project teams within organizations are generally challenging as well as dangerous Maximum degree of freedom Avoid havoc
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  • Project organization and Responsibilities 1) defining how a project organization is embedded within the parent organization 2) defining how the organization is structured internally within the project team
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  • Project Sponsor Manager or executive Not directly involved Delegate authority to PM but can over see Frequent contact with PM Can also chair steering committee, approve final deliverables and communicate with external stake holders
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  • Steering Committee Group of senior members Budget approval authority Highest authority to resolve issues or disputes Can approve or reject changes Has to assess project progress and report to senior management Regular reviews of plans and status reports
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  • Advisory Committee Key project stake holders Generally senior managers Cannot make decisions regarding a project
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  • Project Manager Naturally the key person Responsible for project requirements Report to steering committee Supervision and guidance Regular project status reports to steering committee Chair risk Attend steering committee meetings Execute project management process Ensure project plan, schedule and budget are up-to- date
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  • Team Leader Responsible for managing one part of project Ideally has project management skills as well as HRM Sub team deliverables, sub team meetings and status reports
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  • Team Member Person assigned to a team who is responsible for performing a clearly defined part of the project activities
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  • Organizational Models Two models 1) Pure line organization 2) Project organization 3) Hybrid
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  • Pure Line Organization
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  • Advantages
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  • Disadvantages
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  • Project Organization
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  • Advantages
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  • Disadvantages
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  • Matrix/Hybrid Organizations
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  • Advantages
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  • Disadvantages
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  • Choosing the Project Organization
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