Project Life Cycle
CC603 Project Management
PROJECT LIFE CYCLE
Project life cycle is refers to “a series of activities which are necessary to fulfil project goals or objectives”.
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Planning the project is possibly the most important phase in project management
They can include such steps as: a. Estimating resources and time: Figure out what you will need and how much time you’ll need to complete the various stages. This could change at any point along the way and it’s good to make estimates toward both the high and low ends and aim to end up somewhere in the middle. b. Identify the order of tasks: Which tasks will take priority or logically come before others? There are many software programs that can help you organize the sequence of your project. c. Execution schedule: This will help outline your implementation in a clear and focused way. d. Risk Analysis: Think about different setbacks you could face during the project and make alternate plans for them in the event they do happen. e. Communication Systems: Set up standards for reporting progress, setbacks and any changes in plans.
Work breakdown structure
Role assignment and scheduling
Work breakdown Structure
Is a tool project managers use to break projects down into manageable pieces. > Creating a work breakdown structure with Microsoft project > Gantt charts, PERR charts A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a chart in which the critical work elements, called tasks, of a project are illustrated to portray their relationships to each other and to the project as a whole. The graphical nature of the WBS can help a project manager predict outcomes based on various scenarios, which can ensure that optimum decisions are made about whether or not to adopt suggested procedures or changes.
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