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There is a saying in the PM world that goes like this: If you have more than one person on a project, you have a team, and if you have a team, you have conflict Therefore, be aware of the ongoing need to keep the team informed, engaged, and focused As a PM, you must provide clear direction to the team for success
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I have mentioned the term stakeholders several times in this chapter and want to take a minute to define who they are and their importance to the project
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Who are project stakeholders Answer: Anyone or any organization that is positively or negatively affected by the project
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Why should we care who the project stakeholders are Answer: The project cannot exist without stakeholders; they are the sponsors (provide the budget), the customer, the end users (or customers) of the product produced by the project, and the project team (including the PM) responsible for bringing the project to a successful close to meet the needs of the other stakeholders The stakeholders are so important to the project, PMI added Identify Stakeholders as a new process in the Initiating process group It is extremely difficult to meet stakeholder needs if we don t know who they are
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Say you are the overall project manager working on a major event (such as a concert) It is your job as PM to identify all the stakeholders (including whom to call boss) on the project Take a few minutes and write a list of who you think the stakeholders are for an events center and then compare your list to the following:
Corporate sales representative Marketing representative Contract manager Finance (Pricer) Business office manager Event manager Ticket sales (box office) Operations manager and team Changeover project manager and team (setting up the venue for concert seating) Hundreds of part-time employees, including security, ushers, lighting, sound, dressing room setup (to meet artist requirements), food, merchandising, audio/video (AV) technicians, post-event cleanup, parking, traffic control, and, of course, the people attending the event The artist and performing band, riggers, wardrobe, makeup artist, and managing agent The boss This is the person to whom you report and are accountable to on the project The person you call boss varies depending on where you are in the pecking order (chain of command) At the end of the day, the project manager is the boss of the project, and of course the sponsor (the person or persons paying for the project) is the boss of the project manager Remember everyone has a boss (usually several)
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Project Framework
The project management framework provides a basis for understanding project management The framework sets the stage for the overall structure of the project It lays the foundation for the type of organization, the types of products, services, and deliverables, and the results to be achieved from the project Key to understanding the project framework is the project life cycle
The Project Life Cycle
The life cycle of a project can differ in type and terms used Software development is a good example, where you have concept, development, test, implementation, and closing phases (remember, projects should have a beginning and an end) Because of the high potential for change, the project and associated PM plan are iterative in nature, meaning they go through what PMI calls progressive elaboration throughout the project s life cycle Progressive elaboration involves continuously looking for ways to improve on the work and results of the project As the project evolves, you learn more, you have more information (more knowns and less risk), and with information comes knowledge This increase in knowledge allows the project team to manage a higher level of detail as the project evolves No matter how large, small, simple, or complex the project, in general all projects have a basic structure:
Initiating the project (getting it started) Organizing and preparing the project through planning (planning the work) Carrying out the work of the project (working the approved plan) and monitoring/ controlling results Closing the project
In summary, a project life cycle is a collection of sequential (but sometimes overlapping) project phases
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