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The Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS) breaks the work down by type of resource, such as programmers, plumbers, electricians, testers, trainers, and so on Now that you are up to speed on the primary breakdown structures (BSs) and their use, let s look at how project success is achieved
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The customer is always right, right It is important to know that in the real world, the customer is not always right; however, the customer is always the customer, right So we have to be sensitive to the customer s needs and expectations According to PMI, customer satisfaction is a measure of success on a project It is important to keep the customer in the loop and involved in many aspects of the project planning, tracking, and areas of risk, communications, and so on Customer needs and expectations can be a dichotomy Needs are usually fairly precise and measurable, whereas expectations vary early and often, depending on selective amnesia For example, the customer often remembers the extra features you presented in the sales pitch but they may conveniently forget those features were not purchased based on affordability Yet, they are still expecting the extras The customer may change focus on what they want at the end of the project for various reasons (this is especially true when requirements or scope are unclear going into the project) These and a host of other reasons can cause scope creep or even scope leap (that is, when project requirements change significantly from the start of the project to the end) In general, the measure of success on any project should be quality delivery (on time and on budget) based on customer-approved scope and deliverables
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PMI states that in general all conflicts on the project should be resolved in favor of the customer Therefore, make sure you are in close communication with the project sponsor (customer) to help ensure you meet their needs and expectations (which at the end of the project is the true measure of success) In the real world, however, this could be viewed as a Yes-Man approach and could be costly So, what is the answer The answer is to be very aware of the customer needs and expectations, and add value to the project without giving away the store (extras at no additional cost)
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Suppose you are the project manager on a kitchen remodeling project You hire a plumber (subcontractor) to do the plumbing and sink installation You obtain the bid from the plumber, and when you roll this into your overall bid with the other work, the total estimate is three months to complete the project at a cost of $30,000 You present the bid to the customer,
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they agree, sign a contract, and the work begins You are two months into the project and the plumber tells you (the PM) that the special fixtures (brushed nickel sink and faucet) are back ordered and will delay the project by six weeks As a competent PM, you discover that the fixtures are available at a higher cost from an alternate supplier in another state The purchase of the fixtures from the alternate supplier will cost an additional $3,000 Now that you have the analysis (expected impact) you take it to the customer and they have a decision to make Here are the key questions that need to be answered from the customer:
1 How important are the special fixtures Are they willing to allow the project to be
delayed If time is not important and they really want the brushed nickel fixtures, they may decide to accept the delay
2 If time or cost is important (say the customer has a special event planned at their home
and the delay will spoil the plans), are they are willing to go with alternative standard fixture selections, saving the extra time and cost Or are the special fixtures so important that they are willing to pay extra for the additional cost and shipping As the PM you need to learn from this lesson and establish a strategy to prevent this from happening in the future The best strategy for the PM is to frequently check project status with the team to minimize the risks of this type of problem occurring again You must be prepared and have action (back-up) plans to help mitigate the risks should they occur In summary, the strategy as a PM should be to plan well to help ensure there are no (or minimal) surprises!
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