Transcript: project management Byزززز:abdelrahman Morse, Fatima elbndary dd/mm/yyyy AGENDA Project Constraints s Is what the project is trying to achieve based on need analysis. Budget B s duration of all activities of the project Q Delivering the project outcomes according to the stated needs. Project Management Phases HOW FAR WE'VE COME Progress Project conception and Initiation Key wins Project definition and planning Project launch or execution Title Project Closure Title SMART NEW GOALS Things that can be improved today specific measurable Impact Picture the possibilities achievable Click to edit text Click to edit text Relevant Click to edit text Click to edit text Timely start Technique waterfall classic Plan build Test review Deploy Scrum advanced
Transcript: 6. Approach User: Student (Verb Noun) View Modules Access email Upload file Contact staff View Forum Request help  User: Technician/ Learning Technologists (Verb Noun) Access code Create Database Edit database Delete database Access email Upload file User: Lecturer (Verb Noun) View Modules Access email Upload file Contact student View student on course list View student module list Search student View course Request help 3. Analysis of the Strategic Implications using SWOT 4. Research References   Kingston University (2015) Projects and their Management. Teaching Block 1 CI5410 Content. Week 1 Powerpoint Presentation Aims, Objectives and Strategies.  Bradford, R.W. and Tarcy, B. (2000) Simplifies Strategic Planning: The No-Nonsense Guide for Busy People Who Want Results Fast, 1st Edition edn., Worchester, USA: Chandler House Press.  Haughey, D (2014) Creating a Project Budget: What You Need To Know, Available at:https://www.projectsmart.co.uk/creating-a-project-budget-what-you-need-to-know.php(Accessed: 4th November 2015).  Wysocki, R.K. (2013) Effective Project Management Traditional, Agile, Extreme. 7th edition. Hoboken: Wiley  Cotterell, M. and Hughes, B. (2009) Software project management. 5th edition. London: McGraw Hill Higher Education.  Kingston University (2015) Projects and their Management. Teaching Block 1 CI5410 Content. Week 2 Powerpoint Presentation L2. Kingston University (2015) Projects and their Management. Teaching Block 1 CI5410 Content. Week 5 Powerpoint “Which Method”. 7. Method User: Staff (Verb Noun) Access email Upload file Contact student Contact lecturer View student on course list View student module list Search student The maintenance of the project will be ongoing throughout the project’s lifetime. The costs will vary depending on the type of maintenance required. All tasks highlighted above will have a “direct cost” . DELIVERABLE A: Project Initiation Presentation - Group 8 1. Aims, Objectives and Strategies We will be using a combination of DSDM and PRINCE2. As highlighted in Task 6, DSDM will allow strong user involvement which is vital in our development of the project, adaptable requirements and a dynamic style of management . PRINCE2 will have a priority on quality, monitoring and change allowing us to provide undergraduates and staff with the best possible system. It also complies with the UK Government project implementation standard . We believe having a combination of both DSDM and PRINCE2 is the best solution to manage the project. 2. Requirements Our chosen approach is DSDM for a number of reasons which will benefit our project In the DSDM approach “active user involvement is imperative”, users are involved throughout the development of the system. This is important for our project as user feedback/ involvement plays a big part in helping us create an effective learning support system. The project is time constrained as it needs to be delivered within a set period of time therefore DSDM was the appropriate approach.  The DSDM approach never compromises quality, it “focusses on business need” . This will ensure we meet our objective of creating an efficient learning support system. The nature of requirements are likely to change, for example, user feedback could indicate that a certain requirement should be amended for the benefit of the project users. As DSDM is more dynamic and adaptable than other approaches, “all changes during development are reversible”  it allows us to modify parts of the project regardless of which development stage the team is in. This will be beneficial as we could have someone working on new requirements whilst another person is developing something else for the system. 5. Total Budget Requested
Transcript: Tech & Infrastructure The system requires a web-connected device only. Such devices currently exist in the company. Employees Management Airstrip control manager assigns pilots and airplanes to sorties. During the day he may get more orders only relevant employees will have the permissions to work on it. Workflow Field needs Spraying Gonny Graff - DBA, Developer of the DB layer functionality. Reducing Time Spent On Administrative Work Correct pricing of orders At the end of each day all pilot’s reports are gathered Store the company's activities on a daily base. Prevent data inconsistency. Calculate the price of an order. Calculate the pilot's salary. Produce periodic reports. Financial Data After system validation is done, we will train the staff. there's a need to habituate the employees to use the system. Problematic Issues Reports A web based Server-Client system, connected to a Data Base. Orders Administration System Architecture Orders are weather depended and has to be performed immediately. Better Analysis of expenses The Israeli fertilizing, fire, pesticide air spraying market consists of 2 companies. Telem holds ~50% of the market which is estimated as a 40M shekel industry per year. Targets About "Telem Teufa" Yanay Manheim - Developer of Interface and integration between GUI and DB layers . Modeling the system using: UML - visual paradigm Potential users: ground teams, managers and administrative team. Financial reports, payments data, and dashboards are currently made by hand. Expected To Increase Profit By 1,000,000 NIS Per Year After each sortie the pilot writes down his output Customers Management Developing and implementing a web-based information system, which will manage the company's activities. Administrative work will be done efficiently and will save time and money. Main Functions 7 airplanes and 10 pilots (former IDF). 180 customers. Covering 400,000 Dunam Work Distribution Gantt chart Access to the firm's data will require authorization. Rent A domain name and server services. Maayan Amsalem - GUI layer developer, designer and head of QA. Planes Maintenance Resource & Costs 2 Users will access the system through a web interface. Simultaneous work in Excel is impossible. Moshe Hagoel - System architecture, developing and QA. The technology for developing the system exists and accessible. Development gantt chart Goals Resource & Costs 1 Administration using Excel sheets and papers leads to data inconsistency. Generating execution report Since 2006. Identification Head pilot allocates pilots to airstrips. In addition, he makes a backup list of pilots 2 landing-fields: Megido in the north and Sade-Teiman in the south. Time For Questions! Incomes are calculated by Dunam and expenses by flight hours. Submitted By: Elinor Brondwine Yanay Manheim Moshe Hagoel Maayan Amsalem Gonny Graff Customers: Elinor Brondwine - Project manager, head designer and in charge of customer contact. Access from the public network will be possible. Orders prioritization Farmer contacts company in the evening before Application Developing using Joomla. After the assimilation phase, mr Arie Nossal will be "in charge" of the system. Execution The benefits Initiation Presentation "Telem Teufa"
Transcript: text box Sheet title Sheet title Sheet title images & text images & text Project title here Project title here PROJECT TITLE Sheet title text box add logos here text box Project title here Project title here Project title here Project title text box Project title here text box Sheet title Project title here Project title here Assignment text box Sheet title images & text add logos here xx/xx/xxxx text box Project title here text box CHAPTER II "Quote relevant to project" text box images & text text box images & text Project title here Project title here images & text text box "Quote relevant to project" images & text Project title here CHAPTER III text box text box text box IDEAS & AMBITION Sheet title Project phase images & text add logos here images & text text box xx/xx/xxxx text box images & text text box text box Project title here DESIGN PRINCIPLES Project title here images & text Sheet title Project phase text box Sheet title images & text images & text images & text Sheet title Sheet title text box Sheet title Project title here images & text text box text box Sheet title images & text text box images & text text box PROJECT TITLE Project title Project title Sheet title Sheet title Project phase images & text images & text "Quote relevant to project" Sheet title images & text images & text Project title here Sheet title Sheet title images & text text box text box text box text box text box CHAPTER 1 Sheet title text box text box Project phase DESIGN images & text images & text Sheet title Sheet title Sheet title Project title here Project title here Project title here Sheet title text box Sheet title Sheet title PROJECT TITLE Project title here add logos here Sheet title Sheet title Project title here text box Project title here Project title here Sheet title Project title here images & text Project title here text box xx/xx/xxxx Sheet title Project title here Project title here images & text images & text images & text ANALYSIS Sheet title Project title here "Quote relevant to project" RISKS & OPPORTUNITIES Project title images & text PHILOSOPHY PROJECT TITLE Quote & cover image Sheet title images & text images & text IDEAS & AMBITION images & text images & text "Quote relevant to project" Sheet title Project title here AULa Design Bert Tjhie Tao Wang Postbus 1993 | 1000 BZ Amsterdam Cruquiusweg 111A | 1019 AG Amsterdam T +31 (0)20 624 5904 E email@example.com www.aula-design.com © AULa Design 2013 Project title here cover image here Project title here Sheet title Project title here Sheet title Project title here text box Project title here CHAPTER IV Project title here Sheet title Project title here TABLE OF CONTENTS Project title here Project title here text box Write assignment here text box text box text box Project title here Project title here images & text Project title here Project title here Sheet title text box Sheet title Sheet title Project title here PROJECT NAME text box Quote & cover image Sheet title xx/xx/xxxx Sheet title text box Quote & cover image Sheet title Sheet title images & text text box Sheet title
Transcript: Ff Without any modifications it takes 6 Newtons of force to move the brick across the floor. With the disk it takes 4 Newtons of force to move the brick across the floor. With the napkin it takes 8 Newtons of force to move the brick across the floor. Problem Free Body Diagrams Fa *Friction forces are projeted By:Drew Tripp Jac Zac 8N Solution Fa Napkin No modifications Explanation 1.5N -We tried putting a napkin underneath the coaster to protect the floors. -We decided that this solution would not work because the tissue would eventually tear because it is not as durable. -Our 1 meter test was successful but it took 8 Newtons of force to move the coaster across the floor. -We decided to use the disk because it is more durable and it takes less force to move the coaster across the floor when it is on the disk. Procedural Errors 2N Project Initiation 6N Spring Scale We are designers for Six Flags and we have a problem. We have to figure out a solution to getting our model coaster into a museum without using wheels and without stratching up the floors.This is our solution for this problem. Conclusion We propose the idea that we place the coaster on a disk that would easily slide the model across the floor without scratching them. In conclusion we are going to put the model on the disk in order to make transportation easier. It also will also prevent the floors from being scratched up and will solve our problem. Ff
Transcript: Unit Test Approach Purpose Kick- Off meeting presentation Used during the Kick off Project plan – more datailed than the one included in the charter (reviewed following the definition of requirements) Milestone review memo – one page document (closing doc of phase – M1) Part of test and train Project Charter (Project Initiation Document) Business Case (Management Summary) Scope and objectives (functional scope; business objectives; out of scope) Infrastructure Interfaces Dependences, Assumption Project Organization – Roles and responsibilities Project approach – Project route Objectives 2 Test specification Test Plan (document define detailes of the testing process) Official project document signed by (accepted) by the project team Set the Test Scope and timeline Roles and responsibilities Type of test (positive, negative, performance, etc.) Test prerequisites (e.g. test environement, trained users) Issue management (type of issues, error handling) Acceptance criteria Transition (Go-Live) - M4 Tracability Matrix: Document connects the user requirement with system delivery spcification and user acceptance test. Acceptance Test complition report Summary report of the testing Any outstanding test issues – specify an action plan and a responsible person. To agree and document on Scope and success factors Project governance How to operate the project team Plan (timeline) Start up Kick - off meeting Deliverables 1 Deliverables 2 Objectives 1 Part of the testing process Unit testing – verify the functionality of each component Integration testing – units are succesfully integrated into one application (e.g. test of interface application) System testing UAT – by the users with support (specific test scripts) Users need to be trained to execute UAT User Acceptance Test DESIGN, BUILD and TEST (M3) To launch the project (inform users, team, affected employees) Introduce the members (to each other and to other team members etc.) Introduce the project scope Introduce the solution (vendor, supplier) Familiarize the paticipants with the methode, timeline deliverables Technical System design Systems Build Systems and Acceptance Testing Project Charter (Project Initiation Document) Operation standards of the Project team (meetings, minutes, meeting request, regular and ad-hoc meetings etc) Project communication standards Project schedule (Milestone plan) – with deliverables Risk assesment (can be a separate document as need to be maintened constantly) Integration Test Agenda (Activities ) Tartgets, Objectives Activities Deliverables Project Initiation User Acceptance Test (UAT) Gábor Németh Project Initiation (M1) Document for UAT – which describe each of the test procedure in detail: Description of the testes process Step by step instruction Detailed instruction for each step Expected results for each step Tester record the actual result and sign; mark if the step has passed. System Requirement Analysis System Delivery Specification Deliverables 3 Other deliverables (documents) Meetings to „agree” Vendor’s PM Client’s PM Representatives of the functional areas (dedicated to the project by the client) Kick - Off All project team members Subcontractors of the vendor Sponsors Representatives of other business areas possible be affected by the project (any other Stakeholder) To define (document) the „who”, „what” and „when” Specify roles, responsibilities Specify the scope, dependencies Specify the deliverables Governance, Control (how to manage, escalate) Specify the project communication, documentation Identify risks, their possibilities, impact and possible way to mitigate them (maintained through the whole project) Specify timeline (plan) User acceptance test – verifies that the system meets the previously defined user requirements Validation process where the users (end users) approve that the built solution is in line with their needs Important to reference it to the requirement (requirement doc and also system delivery spec) – tracebility matrix REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS and SOLUTION DEFINITION - M2 Project Close (M5) Participants
Transcript: Hull Labyrinth Forest Garden Germination phase Maintain youth and staff involvement in maintenance and activitie in the garden Food studies Work experience Horticulture therapy Wildcrafting Regulatory peaceful space Mindfulness and experiential activies and more Plant selection and polyculture design Harvesting the fruits: Use and maintenance Goals, Needs and Yields Site Assessment and Analysis Project design: sustainable and productive Resources available, funding, and labor Pooling Our Tools and Experience Growing Phase: Planting and connecting design elements Water Access Structures Site survey, water harvesting earthworks, rooftop rainwater catchment, swaletrails, Swale trails wood or other mulch Structures? Trellis, fencing, gazebo, zen garden. Soil preparation: sheet mulch, chop and drop cover crop Establishment Phase: Laying Groundwork Hull Campus Labyrinth Forest Garden Sprouting Phase: Establishment and Project Initiation Brainstorm of Vision and Purpose Opportunity for leadership in community based positive action Promote diversity, ecological sustainability, local community driven change Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share Potential: Horticultural Therapy, Food Studies, Work Experience, Local Organic Produce, Usable Space for Plant selection Soil prep and planting Maintenance and youth involvement Watering and tree care Protection from elements and pests Composting and mulching
Transcript: Project Initiation Project Execution In this phase, business users can expect: In this phase, business users can expect: In this phase, business users can expect: Project Planning What you can expect for your IT project In this phase, business users can expect or get assistance with: A needs/idea survey [insert link here] Needs analysis (usually in the form of a face-to-face meeting) Develop a scope statement Assemble planning team Identify key deliverables and work breakdown structure RFI/RFP needs Demonstration script assistance Project Closure
Description: Rise way above the stacks and stacks of two-dimensional paper resumes on the hiring manager’s desk with a Prezi resume template. Simply personalize this Prezi presentation template to create your very own “Prezume” and impress them with your dynamism, originality, and cool.
Description: For grant requests, funding pitches, program proposals, or any other kind of education or nonprofit presentation, this Prezi template is the way to generate interest and momentum. Like all Prezi education templates and Prezi nonprofit templates, it’s easily customizable.
Description: Show the big picture, zoom in on details, and explain clearly how it all relates with this Prezi executive brief or Prezi nonprofit template. The lively image and bold colors make it easy to create compelling, engaging executive brief or nonprofit presentations.
Description: A well-organized lesson plan is the difference between getting things done and things getting out of hand. This vibrant, customizable, easy-to-use Prezi presentation template features a sticky note theme, so you'll be able to keep track of topics, assignments, exams, and more without missing a beat.
Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable