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PART ONE Hello, Project Management
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Iteration also adds precision. This is most clear in estimation. When we make our rst estimates of project cost, for instance, we do not have a lot of information, and our estimates are quite rough. Early on, we can only say that the cost will fall within a rather large range. As we learn more about the project, we narrow things down. Then we go back to the estimates, revising them and making them more and more precise.
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Whenever you are stuck on how to do a job, ask yourself how you can break it up into small repeating pieces.
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Think of each leg of a relay race as one task, and nishing the race as the project. As the lead runner, my task is to carry the baton the rst mile, and my deliverable is the baton, which I hand to you. Now, suppose I come to the end of my mile, exhausted and ready to drop. As you grab the baton, I say, No, wait, it s not quite nished. I need to clean it, and check if it s cracked. As you try to run around the track, you are not just carrying the baton, you are dragging along a tired runner, the guy who did not quite get the job done, me. That often happens when team members do not understand tasks and deliverables. If you can teach your team only one thing, teach them to understand tasks and deliverables.
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Breaking a large amount of work down into small steps is a very important skill in project planning. Whenever possible, we help each project team member do this for his or her own work. The key rule is this: each step results in a deliverable. A deliverable can be handed o to someone else. If the person who did the work wins the lottery and leaves the project, never to return, someone else will be able to pick up the deliverable and do the next task. Projects should not depend on speci c people. Rather, team members serve each other, and the project, by delivering work that others can use.
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CHAPTER 2 Tools to Use Over and Over
SOMETHING EXTRA
What Is Done Is Done
Here is a way to teach your team to understand deliverables. When a team member says something is ready, ask, Is it done If the person says yes, then ask, Is there anything else you have to do Often, they will say yes, there is. Perhaps the team member will say, It s done, but when Juanita gives me her piece, I ll add that. Or, It s done, but I ll need to make whatever changes Robert requests. This means that the team member does not understand deliverables. Reply, If there s anything left for you to do, it isn t done. Then ask the team member to picture the deliverable in someone else s hands, and the recipient doing the next step without calling the team member who did the work.
Stages and gates, also called phases and milestones, are a larger version of tasks and deliverables. A stage or phase is a large set of related tasks, leading to a major deliverable, called a milestone. The milestone is evaluated by the customer at the gate. We will de ne stages and gates for projects in more detail in 4.
Being Clear and Coming to Agreement
Understanding and agreement are keys to project success. How do we get there Including everyone is the most important step, and we will explore ways of doing this in several later chapters, including 5. As we include people, rst we listen and then we incorporate their ideas. Next we get their commitment, and, lastly, their approval. We do this iteratively stage after stage. Clarity, so that there is no ambiguity, no easy chance for misunderstandings, is crucial in keeping people committed. Our rst topic, inclusions and exclusions, is a technique for writing a clear plan.
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