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Management Report

Management Techniques

Agile Methods –

Agile methodology is an alternative to traditional project management, typically used in software development. Agile approaches help teams respond to unpredictability through incremental, iterative work cadences and empirical feedback. Agilists propose alternatives to waterfall, or traditional sequential development.

Management Report Management Techniques Agile Methods – Agile methodology is an alternative to traditional project management,
Management Report Management Techniques Agile Methods – Agile methodology is an alternative to traditional project management,

Scrum –

Scrum emphasizes empirical feedback, team self-management, and striving to build properly tested product increments within short iterations. Doing Scrum as it’s actually defined usually comes into conflict with existing habits at established non- Agile organizations.

Contingency Plans

Possible Staff –

As this is a small project I will only be using myself to complete the project, but if this project was to be produced on a big scale then I would need to employ a different person for each job to make the process run a lot smoother.

Management Report Management Techniques Agile Methods – Agile methodology is an alternative to traditional project management,

Resources –

The resources I plan on needing during this project are as follows;

A Video Camera

A Computer

Editing Software

Actors

Marple College

Resources – The resources I plan on needing during this project are as follows;  A

Monitoring and Reviews

Milestones –

To be able to monitor and review my work as I went along I created milestones within my ILP. My ILP is a way of keeping track of what tasks I have planned to complete by the end of each session. A milestone is what I set to make sure that I manage to get a certain group of tasks done by a particular date e.g. getting all of my filming done by a certain date so that I am able to go onto editing the clips in the sessions after.

Resources – The resources I plan on needing during this project are as follows;  A

Crisis Management

So that I am able to manage any potential crisis’ that could occur during my project I could create a risk assessment document. A risk assessment is a document where you state all possible risks that could happen throughout the course of a project e.g. any health risks or production risks like losing any files that you have created. After thinking of the possible risks you then go onto looking at how to prevent the different risks like backing up your data.

So that I am able to manage any potential crisis’ that could occur during my project
So that I am able to manage any potential crisis’ that could occur during my project

Quality Control

To make sure that my video was produced to the best quality possible I will need to make sure that the equipment I use is the best that is available to me. Also the different shots that I use during my filming can make the advert look more professional.

Meeting Submission Dates

Whilst creating my advertisement I kept on track with our ILP’s. I did this so I were on time with all the tasks I had to complete with the final submission date. I split so it was easier to complete all the tasks in time. This also made it easier if I was absent for a lesson it would be easier to catch up as I didn’t have to complete the entire task.

Keeping an ILP made sure i were ready to hand in all of my work completed by the submission date. For each lesson I planned what I needed to do in

that session

and

carried out this

task.

I decided

to

do

all

of

my

filming

outside of lessons so I could use lesson time to work on the editing and the tasks. Doing this ensured I had all of the tasks completed by the time of the deadline.

Modifications After Pitch or Completion

After my pitch I had some feedback about my project and how I could possibly make it run smoother so I will take those comments into consideration and change around a few things within my project.