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Operation Management - Project Management

Operation Management - Project Management

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Published by 'Osvaldo' Rio
Project Planning – a statement of work that written description of the goal setting, defining the project, and team organization.
Project Organization – an organization formed to ensure that project receive the proper management
Project Manager – project heading that coordinates activities with other departments and reports directly to top management with reasonability:
To finish all activities in proper sequence and on time
The project comes in within budget
The project meets its quality goals
Assign and motivate the project members
Project Scheduling involves sequencing and allocating time to all project activities
At this stage, managers decide how long each activity will take and compute how many people and material will be needed at each stage of production
Gantt Chart is one popular project scheduling approach
Project Controlling – involves close monitoring of resources, cost, quality and budgets
Control also means using a feedback loop to revise the project plan and having the ability to shift resources to where they are needed
PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) – a PM technique that employs three time estimates for each activity
CPM (Critical Path Method) – a PM technique that uses only one time factor per activity
There is a minor differences between PERT and CPM so both of them have been effectively merged into a single technique referred as simply CPM/PERT
Project Planning – a statement of work that written description of the goal setting, defining the project, and team organization.
Project Organization – an organization formed to ensure that project receive the proper management
Project Manager – project heading that coordinates activities with other departments and reports directly to top management with reasonability:
To finish all activities in proper sequence and on time
The project comes in within budget
The project meets its quality goals
Assign and motivate the project members
Project Scheduling involves sequencing and allocating time to all project activities
At this stage, managers decide how long each activity will take and compute how many people and material will be needed at each stage of production
Gantt Chart is one popular project scheduling approach
Project Controlling – involves close monitoring of resources, cost, quality and budgets
Control also means using a feedback loop to revise the project plan and having the ability to shift resources to where they are needed
PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) – a PM technique that employs three time estimates for each activity
CPM (Critical Path Method) – a PM technique that uses only one time factor per activity
There is a minor differences between PERT and CPM so both of them have been effectively merged into a single technique referred as simply CPM/PERT

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