The Project Management Life Cycle: A Complete Step-By-Step Methodology for Initiating, Planning, Executing & Closing a Project Successfully

The Project Management Life Cycle: A Complete Step-By-Step Methodology for Initiating, Planning, Executing & Closing a Project Successfully

Jason Westland

Language: English

Pages: 257

ISBN: 2:00146223

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Streamline the way you approach project management: "The Project Management Lifecycle" reveals a standardized approach to methodology, one that based on the principles of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and used by project managers around the world. Containing hundreds of practical examples, the book skillfully covers the four critical phases of a project's life cycle: initiation, planning, execution and closure. Written in a clear, professional manner, it avoids complex terminology and defines the phrases, activities and tasks required to complete a project. Its methodology can be applied to any field, including IT, construction, engineering, telecommunications and government. Includes more than 150 charts, tables, forms and checklists, and free online support materials.

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deliver a successful project. You may use this job description format to create job descriptions for other roles within your project. Job description Role Describe the purpose of the project manager’s role, for example: The purpose of the project manager’s role is to undertake the phases, activities and tasks within specified time, cost and quality constraints to deliver the required project outcome and achieve total customer satisfaction. Responsibilities List the key responsibilities of the

structured, methodical and process driven; inspirational, motivational and lively; strong determination to succeed; 48 • • • • The project management life cycle l driven by own personal values; diplomatic but firm; interested in people; sociable and outgoing. Performance criteria List the key performance indicators (KPIs) which provide the basis for assessing the performance of the person in this role. Examples include: • • • • • • delivery of project outcome within time, cost, quality

Change requirement identified Change manager Change requestor 156 Change request form submitted SUBMIT CHANGE REQUEST Change request form reviewed No Feasibility study needed REVIEW CHANGE REQUEST Change feasibility group Change feasibility study performed Change approval group Yes Change documentation reviewed Change documentation submitted No Change approved? IDENTIFY CHANGE FEASIBILITY APPROVE CHANGE REQUEST Change implementation group Yes Figure 4.5 Change scheduled and

Change requirement identified Change manager Change requestor 156 Change request form submitted SUBMIT CHANGE REQUEST Change request form reviewed No Feasibility study needed REVIEW CHANGE REQUEST Change feasibility group Change feasibility study performed Change approval group Yes Change documentation reviewed Change documentation submitted No Change approved? IDENTIFY CHANGE FEASIBILITY APPROVE CHANGE REQUEST Change implementation group Yes Figure 4.5 Change scheduled and

estimated delivery timescales within 24 hours of receipt of this order and prior to the delivery of the product. This purchase order must be completed to the satisfaction of the receiver before payment is due. (Reference the supplier contract against which this purchase order has been raised). Figure 4.12 Purchase order form Supplier PO Item Item Quantity Unit Total Required Company Contact Contact PO price price by date title description # name ph. no. status Product PROCUREMENT REGISTER

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