The nature and scope of a project is determined at the initiation stage. This involves analyzing the business needs, developing goals, budgets, tasks, deliverables, and the stakeholder analysis. The project planning stage determines the planning team, develops the scope, and identifies work breakdown structure and activities that will be needed to complete deliverables. The planning stage also estimates time and cost activities, develop schedule and risk plan, and gain formal approval for work to begin. The executing stage involves all processes used to meet the project requirement and involves managing people and resources. The process that entails the identification of potential problems and
The paper is divided into three sections, the first of which will establish a timeline of events. This project background will serve as a case study for the analysis in the following section that will be structured such that each of the previously mentioned facets will be independently analyzed and contrasted with project management principles. Finally the paper will conclude with a summary of the analysis and recommendations based on
This course provides the foundation for successful project planning, organization, and implementation within the realm of information technology. The course uses real-world examples and identifies common mistakes and pitfalls in project management. Topics covered include project scoping, estimating, budgeting, scheduling and staffing, tracking and controlling, and software tools for project management.
Projects are used today as a way of achieving a variety of outcomes in local or international locations for new constructions, new product development, product improvement, process design, process improvement, utility installation, theory and technology development, and many more. Bringing a project to a successful conclusion requires the integration of numerous management functions like controlling, directing, team building, communication and others. It also requires cost and schedule management, technical and risk management, conflict and stakeholder 's management, and life cycle management.
(Project definition: Planned set of interrelated tasks to be executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations)
The undertaking of the project will involve one or more development contractors who will work closely with the lead contractor. Close collaboration among different contractors working on a project is an effective way of achieving project objectives within set timelines (Binder, 2007). The execution of the project will be undertaken by the contractor after approval via an appropriate procurement contract. The client proposes a target schedule of project execution to start of production at approximately 48 months.
• who will be responsible for planning and management of project operations as well as the roles of other bodies and organizations associated with the project
After the proposed system is analyzed and designed, the actual implementation of the system occurs. After implementation, working system is available and it requires timely maintenance.
In this case, the final product which is a ……. software must be available on 15/1/2016, at least, it has been mentioned that the final product will have been made by integrated three types of software products which are Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta. Therefore, Time is a key element in this project.
The expected time frame to implement this project is 13 months as a best-case. This time period involves many stages such as developing the system, testing it, installing it, and launching it to be working in the real business environment and production phase. The construction of the new system in order to deliver it into the production phase requires us to follow many steps to go through some variety of phases which will be covered with brief details in this paper.
The current process: In 1990s a development process was entailed which is 60-month-long. Two major prototyping
This report was compiled by a team of professional project managers and gives an objective insight to the project in full.
Rollout: The Jubilee International University wants the bidding company to roll out the whole system management system at once. The University is not going to use the old system because it does not have the capability to hold records for large number of students. The new system should be delivered to the management authorities within 15 months. The last month would be used to test
While we are carry out the project, there are some limitations that we have to face: