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Project Integration Management.pptx

  1. 1. Project Integration Management
  2. 2. Integration Management • Includes processes to ensure that all the elements of project are properly coordinated. • Making balance among competing alternatives and objectives to meet stakeholder needs • Typically the most important knowledge area for the Project Manager
  3. 3. Why Do we Manage Integration? • Manage change and communication • Reduce project Time and Cost • Involve stakeholders early and often • Make results visible • Identify problems/solutions early • Use relevant experience as early as possible
  4. 4. Who Manage integration? • Project Manager- Integrator for the project that executes processed • Team Members- Concentrate on completing tasks, activities, & work packages • Project Sponsor- Protect project from changes and losing resources
  5. 5. How Do we manage Integration? • Use the seven integration processes Develop project charter Develop project management plan Direct and manage project excecution Monitor and control project work Perform integrated change control Close project or phase Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project Phase
  6. 6. How Do We Manage Integration? • Each process has Inputs Tools and Techniques Outputs • Remember that inputs and outputs can feed more than one process. Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase
  7. 7. Project Charter Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase Project Statement of the work Enterprise Environmental Factors Contract Organizational Process Assets Inputs Outputs Project Charter  Project Selection Methods  Project Management Methodology  Project Management Information System  Expert Judgment Tools & Techniques
  8. 8. Expert Judgement Interpersonal and team skills Data gathering Meeting Tools Output Input Project Charter Develop Project Charter Business Documents  Business case  Benefits management plan Enterprise Environmental Factors  Government or Industry standards  Legal and regulatory requirements  Marketplace conditions  Stekeholders expectations and risk thresholds Agreements  To define the initial intentions for the project Organization Process Assets  Organizational standard policies, processes, and procedures  Portifolio, program, and project governance frameworks  Monitoring and reporting methods  Templates  Historical information and lessons learned repository
  9. 9. Project Management Plan Project Charter Develop Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase Project Charter Outputs from Other Processes Enterprise Environmental Factors Organizational Process Assets Inputs Outputs Project Management Plan  Project Management Methodology  Project Management Information System  Expert Judgment Tools & Techniques
  10. 10. Project Planning Matrix/ Logical Framework Narrative Summary Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVI) Means of Verification (MOV) Important Assumptions GOAL PURPOSE OUTPUTS ACTIVITIES Inputs
  11. 11. Objectively Verifiable Indicators • Indicators must be valid, reliable, precise, cost- effective and stated independently from other levels. • Indicators should make clear how the target group will benefit from the realization of outputs. • Indicators should be specific in terms of Quality (What?) -Q Quantity (how much?) -Q Time (when, how long?) -T Target Group (who?) -T Place (where?) -P
  12. 12. Direct & Manage Execution Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase Project Management Plan Approved Corrective Actions Approved Preventive Actions Approved Change Requests Inputs Outputs  Project Management Methodology  Project Management Information System Tools & Techniques Approved Defect Requests Validated Defect Repair Administrative Closure Procedure Deliverables Requested Changes Implemented Change Request Implemented Corrective Actions Implemented Preventive Actions Implemented Defect Repair Work Performance Information
  13. 13. Monitor & Control Project Work Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase Project Management Plan Work Performance Information Rejected Change Request Inputs Outputs  Project Management Methodology  Project Management Information System  Earned Value Management  Expert Judgment Tools & Techniques Recommended Corrective Actions Recommended Preventive Actions Forecasts Recommended Defect Actions Requested Change
  14. 14. Integrated Change Control Project Charter Project Management plan Direct & Manage Execution Monitor & Control Project work Integrated Change Control Close Project or Phase Project Management Plan Requested Changes Work Performance Information Recommended Preventive Actions Inputs Outputs  Project Management Methodology  Project Management Information System  Expert Judgment Tools & Techniques Recommended Corrective Actions Recommended Defect Repair Deliverables Approved Change Request Rejected Change Requests Project Management Plan Updates Project Scope Statement Updates Approved Corrective Actions Approved Preventive Actions Approved Defect Repair Validated Defect Repair Deliverables

Notes de l'éditeur

  • Formal a document is developed that will authorize the existence of the project. It is very important to create a project charter before you start with your project implementation as this charter will provide a step by step delivery plan.

    With the development of the charter, the project manager gains authority over various resources that are applied to the project activities


    By developing the project charter, you will be able to establish a direct link btn the organization objective and the undertaken project.
  • -The process of developing a project management plan includes defining, preparing, and coordinating other plan components to finally integrate them into project management framework.

    -The key advantage of developing a project management plan is that it acts as a road map for all the team members.

    -It gives them a direction to move forward, towards a unified goal for successful project delivery.

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