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Project Management

Interior Design
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Transcript of Project Management

What certifications actually work for project managers?
Project management is both an art and a science.
The science part consists of the tools and knowledge that every PM needs to perform their job. The art consists of how those tools are applied and in the management of people and resources.
While the science can be taught and therefore examined for, the art can only be learned by experience. Project Management Certifications A project life cycle is a collection of generally sequential and sometimes overlapping project phases whose name and number are determined by the management and control needs of the organization or organizations involved in the project, the nature of the project itself, and its area of application. The Project Life Cycle Overview What is Project Management?
Project Management Profession in Interior Design
Job Qualifications and Requirements
Benefits of Project Management
Project Manager Tasks in Interior Design
Phases of Interior Design Project Management
Change Management
Appointing a Project Manager
Characteristics of a Great Project Manager
PMI
The Project Life Cycle
Project Management Certifications Table of Contents Project Management Certifications The Project Life Cycle Defines and standardize the terms and processes of project management across all disciplines. 1. Command authority naturally.
2. Set, observe, and re-evaluate project priorities frequently.
3. Ask good questions and listen to stakeholders.
4. Do not use information as a weapon or a means of control.
5. Adhere to predictable communication schedules
6. Exercise independent and fair consensus-building skills when conflict arises.
7. Cultivate and rely on extensive informal networks inside and outside the firm to solve problems that arise.
8. Look forward to going to work Characteristics of A Great Project Manager When? As early as possible, usually before appointing the consultancy.
Who? Select an in-house project manager who will be the point of contact for all those involved in designing and building the project.
Depending on the nature of the project and your company’s own organizational structure. Appointing a Project Manager Change management also deals with people’s stress and the temporary negative effect of change.
The change curve pictures the negative impact of change across time and shows that one of the main objectives of change management is to reduce negative effect during transition and to shorten the time needed to reach a new equilibrium.
This is actually risk management: decrease the probability that risks materialize, and if they do, reduce their impact. Change Management When an organization undergoes change, people are at the same time the subject and object of change.
Updating structures, processes and tools facilitates changes but does not lead changes. People lead changes.  Change Management Contract Document Phase
Involves the final preparation of all construction or working drawings, schedules, and specifications that are required to build and install the design project.
Contract Administration Phase
The portion of the project that involves the competitive bid process or the placing of orders for all the furniture and equipment as well as the actual construction and installation work. Programming Phase
Is the information gathering portion of an interior design project.
Schematic Design Phase
Involves the execution of preliminary design decisions through the development of written design concepts, bubble diagrams, agency matrices, block plans, preliminary floor plans, and any appropriate design sketches.
Design Development Phase
Involves the preparation of all final furniture plans; presentation graphics such as perspectives and axonometric drawings; sample boards, if the are to be used; and specifications of all the FF&E. Phases of Interior Design Project Management Prepare proposal and contracts.
Establish and oversee the project schedule.
Select a project team: Assist in evaluating and selecting architectural, construction and engineering contractors.
Primary client contact
Supervise the design team: Coordinate the work of the project and design teams.
Establish and oversee the budget.
Coordinate with consultants.
Oversee the project files: Approve design specifications.
Supervise quality control.
Provide design input.
Utilize good communication skills.
Prepare and distribute project status reports. Project Manager Tasks in Interior Design Better efficiency in delivering services
Improved/increased/enhanced customer satisfaction
Enhanced effectiveness in delivering services
Improved growth and development within your team
Greater standing and competitive edge
Opportunities to expand your services
Better Flexibility
Increased risk assessment
Increase in Quality
Increase in Quantity
By implementing fundamental project management strategies, you will narrow your focus, reach desired goals and achieve said goals with specific time and cost perimeters. Benefits of Project Management Education It begins with acquiring a bachelors degree (BA or BS) with a concentration in interior design.
Three to five years experience in design and space planning for interior or construction projects.
High precedence in the field’s industry is set on acquiring one of these degrees from one of the 151 CIDA (Council for Interior Design Accreditation), formally FIDER (Federation for Interior Design Education and Research) universities. Job Qualifications and Requirements Project Management in Interior Design is the process of organizing and controlling all the tasks and resources for interior design project from beginning to end to satisfactory solve the client’s problems and provide a reasonable profit to the design firm.
An interior design project manager on a commercial level, is one who is hired either by a client or architecture firm .
Project managers manage projects from conception through construction and completion. Project Management Profession in Interior Design A temporary endeavor undertaken to create unique product service or result. What is Project Management Lana Khalaf
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Mrs. Renad Sukait The PMP qualification consists of three separate sections.
In order to qualify you must have five (full time) years of project management. If you have a bachelor’s degree then the experience requirement reduces by two years.
You require 35 hours of education in a PM related course. If you qualify then you are able to write an exam.
Upon successful completion you are granted the PMP certification.
The PMP qualification — indeed the entire PMI line of certifications — is based on the PMBoK or Project Management Book of Knowledge.
This is a major standard or framework for PM produced by the PMI. PMP Certification Professional Practice for Interior Designers by Chrisitine M. Piotrowski, FASID , IIDA
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The Project Management Framework By Eng. Akram Alnajjar , PgMP , PMP , PSP References Project Initiate, plan, execute, monitor and close. The application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements. Management Project Management What certifications actually work for project managers?
Project management is both an art and a science.
The science part consists of the tools and knowledge that every PM needs to perform their job. The art consists of how those tools are applied and in the management of people and resources.
While the science can be taught and therefore examined for, the art can only be learned by experience. REFERENCES
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