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Table Of Contents

1.2 Definition
1.3 Need for Project Management
1.4 Project Management Knowledge Areas and Relationship
1.5 The Project Life Cycle
1.6 The Project Manager (PM)
1.7 Knowledge Areas, Process and Connection
1.8.1 Analysis and Evaluation Phase
1.8.2 Marketing Phase
1.8.3 Design Phase
1.8.4 Inspecting, Testing and Delivery Phase
1.8.5 Post Completion Analysis Phase
1.9.1 Project Processes
1.9.2 Process Groups
1.9.3 Process Groups and Knowledge Area Matrix
1.9.4.1 Initiating Processes
1.9.4.2 Planning Processes
1.9.4.3 Executing Processes
1.9.4.4 Controlling Processes
1.9.4.5 Closing Processes
1.9.5 Customisation
1.11.1 What is a Project?
1.11.2 Project parameters for negotiation
1.11.3 How does project management “add value”?
1.12 Project Management Principles
1.13.1 The Players
1.13.2 Roles and Responsibilities of the Project Team
1.14 Summary
1.15 Terminal Questions
1.16.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
1.16.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Project Life Cycle and Process Flows
2.3 Characteristics
2.4 Project Planning and Scoping
2.5.1.1 Project Organisation
2.5.1.2 Project Structure
2.5.1.3 Project Key personnel
2.5.1.4 Project management team
2.5.1.5 Key stakeholders
2.5.1.6 Stage teams
2.5.1.7 Key resources
2.5.1.8 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
2.5.1.9 Task duration
2.5.2.1 Purpose of estimation
2.5.2.2 Estimating tips
2.6.1.1 Bottom up approach
2.6.1.2 Top Down Approach
2.6.2 Estimation Tools
2.7.1 Components
2.7.2 Classification and Categories
2.8 Summary
2.9 Terminal Questions
2.10.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
2.10.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Characteristics of Project Mindset
3.3.1.1 Initiating Processes
3.3.1.2 Planning Processes
3.3.1.3 Executing Processes
3.3.1.4 Controlling Processes
3.3.1.5 Closing Processes
3.4 Customisation
3.5.1 Preliminary work
3.5.2 Project Progress
3.5.3 Stage Control
3.5.4 Resources
3.5.5 Quality Control
3.5.6 Schedule Quality Review
3.5.7 Agenda for Quality Review
3.5.8 Conduct Quality Review
3.5.9 Follow Up
3.5.10 Review Quality Control Procedure
3.6.1 Approvals
3.6.2 Change Control
3.6.3 Changing Project Management Process
3.6.4 Tools for Changing a Process
3.6.5 Project Closure
3.6.6 Completion of activities and benefits
3.6.7 Post Implementation Review
3.6.8 Tools for Post Implementation Review
3.6.9 Final Project Reporting and Documentation
3.7 Summary
3.8 Terminal Questions
3.9.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
3.9.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
4.1 Introduction
4.2.1 Conflict Management
4.2.2 Communication Requirement and Capabilities
4.2.3 Quality Management
4.2.4 Project Management Information System (PMIS)
4.3 Modern Trends in Project Management
4.4.1.1 Planning for Review
4.4.1.2 Conducting the Review
4.4.1.3 Taking actions on findings
4.4.1.4 Do continuous improvement
4.4.1.5 Critical Success Factors
4.4.1.6 Results and Benefits of the Project Quality Reviews
4.4.2 Macro Issues
4.4.3 Knowledge Factor (K)
4.5 Estimation Approaches and Estimation Tools
4.6 New Horizons in Project Management – Nine steps
4.7 Summary
4.8 Terminal Questions
4.9.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
4.9.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Project Management Office (PMO)
5.3.1 Reviews and their purpose
5.3.2.1 Internal Project Management Strategies
5.3.2.2 External Project Management Strategies
5.4 Project Manager Teams
5.5 Professional Responsibility
5.6 Human Resource Management
5.7.1 Assessment of Personnel Productivity
5.9 Traits of Successful Teams
5.10 Summary
5.11 Terminal Questions
5.12.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
5.12.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Project Development Process Cycle
6.3 Modern Trends in Project Management Perception
6.4 Recent Revolutions in Project Management
6.5 Summary
6.6 Terminal Questions
6.7.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
6.7.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
7.1 Introduction
7.2.1.1 Evolutionary Change
7.2.1.2 Revolutionary Change
7.3 Traits of the Professional Manager
7.4 Bringing about Organisational Change in the Project Management Scenario
7.5 Summary
7.6 Terminal Questions
7.7.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
7.7.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
8.1 Introduction
8.2.1 Process of P2M
8.2.2 Managing the Programme
8.3 Projectised Organisations
8.4 Guidelines for Development of High Technology
8.5 Technology Substitution
8.6 Summary
8.7 Terminal Questions
8.8.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
8.8.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
9.1 Introduction
9.2 New Horizons in Project Management – Nine Steps
9.3 Stages in a Project Management Cycle – DMAIS
9.4 The Role of Effective Data Management in the Success of Project Management
9.5 Measuring and Managing Success
9.6 Summary
9.7 Terminal Questions
9.8.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
9.8.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
10.1 Introduction
10.2.1 Purpose
10.2.2 Roles and Responsibilities
10.2.3 Relationship to other Programs
10.3.1 Applicable Projects
10.3.2 Reporting Schedule
10.3.3 Project Management Data
10.3.4 Project Files
10.3.5 Review Briefings
10.3.6 Termination from the Review Process
10.4.1 General Overview
10.4.2 Status of Action Items from Prior Reviews
10.4.3 Project Status
10.4.4 Project Schedule/Decision Points
10.4.5 Development Funding Status
10.4.6 Estimated Total Cost
10.4.7 Maintenance Funding Status
10.4.8 ROI
10.4.11 Issues & Risks
10.5.1 Issues or Concerns Requiring Attention
10.5.2 Status of Open Items from Review
10.5.3 CIO Reports
10.6 Summary
10.7 Terminal Questions
10.8.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
11.2 Planning for Project Surprises – coping with Risk
11.3 Risk Identification
11.4 Risk Analysis
11.6 Review Risks
11.7 Risk Management Process
11.8 Overview of Risk Management
11.9 Summary
11.10 Terminal Questions
11.11 Answers to SAQs and TQs
11.12.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
12.1 Introduction
12.2.1 Introduction to Supply Chain Monitoring (SCMo)
12.2.2 Defining the Process Documentation System
12.2.3 Model, Object and Symbol Specifications
12.2.4 Description of Models and Objects
12.2.5 Process Chain
12.2.6 Model Integration and Model Navigation
12.2.7 Supply Chain Modelling / Mapping assignment symbol
12.3.1 ARIS Web Publisher
12.3.2 Master Global Materials Management Operations Guidelines
12.3.3 Strategy and Improvement
12.3.4 Work Organisation
12.3.5 Capacity and Production Planning
12.3.6 Customer Interface
12.3.7 Production and Product Control
12.3.8 Supplier Interface
12.4.1 Reviewing the Baseline
12.4.2 Tracking Progress
12.4.3 Balancing Workloads
12.4.4 Monitoring Variances
12.4.5 Creating Reports
12.5 Summary
12.6 Terminal Questions
12.7.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
12.7.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Introduction to Supply Chain Monitoring (SCMo)
13.3.1 Why create a business plan?
13.3.2 Writing a plan
13.3.3 The process
13.3.4 The key to success
13.3.5 How to prepare?
13.3.6 Outline of various sections
13.4 Overview of Process Documentation System
13.5.1 The ARROW Project
13.5.2 Why Arrow?
13.5.3 Why Fedora?
13.5.4 Why VITAL?
13.5.5 PILIN – Persistent Identifiers and Linking Infrastructure
13.6 Summary
13.7 Terminal Questions
13.8.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
13.8.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
14.1 Introduction
14.2.1 Project Summary
14.2.2 Project Scope
14.2.3 Value addition to the customer
14.2.4 Project Planning
14.2.5 People (Communication Plan)
14.2.6 Hardware, Software and Tools
14.2.7 Training Plan
14.2.8 Quality Plan – Quality Goals
14.2.9 Reviews
14.2.10 Risk Management Plan
14.2.11 Project Tracking
14.2.12 Closure report
14.2.13 Summary
14.2.14 Risk management
14.2.15 Schedule
14.2.16 Defects
14.2.17 Casual analysis and lessons learned
14.3.1 What is GDM?
14.3.2 Special Features of GDM
14.4 Summary
14.5 Terminal Questions
14.6.1 Answers to Self Assessment Questions
14.6.2 Answers to Terminal Questions
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Practical Case Study No. 1
15.3 Practical Case Study No. 2
15.4 Practical Case Study No. 3
15.5 Exercises
15.6 Summary
15.7 Bibliography
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