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BUILDING THE TEAM
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Gordon Bethune, the CEO who took Continental Airlines from the brink of its second bankruptcy to the USA s rst airline to become one of Fortune s 100 best companies to work for, de nes management as: De ning the job; getting the right people; getting out of their way, and keeping everything else out of their way. If we apply that to project management, then we de ned the job in the concept and analysis stages. We get the right people in the design stage. If people are assigned to us, then we assess them and close any gaps, either through training, or through retention of additional sta or consultants. Then we get out of their way. We set up structures for e ective team
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PART TWO A Project, Start to Finish
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communications and let the team get to work while we do our job. What is our job Keeping everything else out of their way. We plan ahead, de ning the course of the rest of the project and clearing away obstacles so that they will be able to work smoothly through to a successful nish. In some elds, it is easy to see the di erence between design and development. In construction, an architectural engineer creates drawings, and construction workers build the building. In making a movie, a conceptual artist draws storyboards, a director with camera operators, actors, and crew shoots the actual scenes. However, when we develop products or services that are all in computer programs or in writing, it can be harder to distinguish design work from development work. Nonetheless, the skills really are di erent, and we need to recognize the di erence. The skills of designing a good computer program, skills such as data ow diagramming, data modeling, interface design and speci cation, and logical design, are entirely di erent from the skills involved in writing program code and testing it. Those skills include: coding in a particular language, e ective module design, high-quality documentation, and testing and debugging. As a result, the people we need for design may not be the same as the people we need for development. Yet most projects build a team of programmers or engineers, and assume that they can do all the necessary tasks. We need to take a more careful approach. We need to assess each team member s skills at doing each of the jobs that need to be done, and then close the gaps. And we also need to assess and improve the team s ability to work as a team.
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Whatever eld you are in, take some time aside to make a list of the skills someone needs to complete the design for a project, and a separate list of the skills needed to develop the product or service. Then evaluate yourself and each member of your team. Does each person have the skills he or she needs for each stage If not, could someone help them out Do they need training Does the project need additional sta
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Our team has a piece of technical work to do, converting the requirements speci cation into a design speci cation. The requirements speci cation is the
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CHAPTER 7 Design
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outer face of the product or service we are creating, the face it shows to customers (the user interface) and the face it shows to all other users and systems in the context diagram. The design speci cation is the inner face of the product or service. It de nes the internal structure, the subsystems and components. It also de nes the inner process ow, the communication across each interface between internal components. Whatever your team is creating, the creative challenge is to design a system with the outer face de ned by the requirements speci cation, and the inner face designed for reliable, e ective, and e cient operation using existing technology and means of production. If we want to explain this to users, we can return to the analogy of architecture and building design. In a building, users specify the purpose of a room, for example, a banquet hall. The architect designs the building to create the space the user de nes. After this, the architectural plan is passed on to an architectural engineering group. The architectural engineering group estimates the amount of heating and air conditioning needed for a banquet hall of a certain size (speci ed by the architect) and a certain number of people (speci ed by the customer), all of whom generate heat. The architectural engineering group then selects appropriate components (heaters, air conditioners, fans, ductwork) and creates engineering diagrams that specify how they will work together within the architecture to meet user requirements. In a similar way, on any project, the user de nes the need and the architects and engineers design a system to meet that need in the design stage, and build it in the development stage.
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