Project Management

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Dr. Prasanta K. Mohanty

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Course Name : Project Management

Code(Credit) : CUTM1013(2-0-1)

Course Objectives

  • The successful development and implementation of all project’s procedures.
  • Learn project management methodology to initiate and manage projects efficiently and effectively
  • Acquire key project management skills and strategies for Productive guidance, efficient communication and supervision of the project’s team
  • The achievement of the project’s main goal within the given constraints

Course Outcomes

COs Course outcomes Mapping COs with POs (High-3, Medium-2, Low-1)
CO1 Acquire 10 knowledge area identified by

PMI and its application while working on a real project

PO1 (3)
CO2 Apply managerial skill to procure a project, plan, schedule, hire and allocate resource  and deliver a project PO5(3), PO7(2), PO8(3)
CO4 Will build soft skill to lead and comply and communicate with all stakeholders' expectation PO4 (3), PO5(2)

Course Syllabus

Module: I

Project Management framework; Introduction to Project Management; Project Life Cycle and Organisation, Project vs. Operational work, Stakeholders, Organisational Influences

Project Management Process for a Project, groups, Initiating, planning, executing, monitoring &controlling and closing process groups.

Project management Knowledge area;

Project Integration Management; Develop project charter, develop project management plan, direct and manage project execution, monitor and control project work, perform integrated change control, close project or phase.

Module: II

Project Scope Management; collect requirements, define scope, create WBS, verify scope, control scope

Project Time Management; Define activities, sequence activities, estimate, develop and schedule

Project Cost Management; Estimate costs, determine budget, control costs

Module: III

Project Quality Management; Plan quality, perform quality assurance, perform quality control

Project HR Management; Develop HR plan, acquire project team, develop and manage project team

Project Communications Management; Identify stakeholders, plan communication, distribute information, manage expectation of stake holders, report performance

Module: IV

Project Risk Management; Plan risks; identify risks, perform quality and quantitative risk analysis, plan risk responses, monitor and control risks

Project Procurement Management; Plan procurements, conduct procurements, administer procurements, close procurements

Project Stakeholders Management; Identifying stakeholders, stakeholder analysis, engagement

Note: Students can use any of these software for their project; MS. Excel/ Bitrix 24/Primavera/Microsoft Projects/ENOVIA

Books Recommended:

  • Project Management: A Managerial Process, Clifford F Gray & Eric W Larson, Tata McGrawHill [Text book]
  • A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 6th Edition, PMI
  • Project Management- A system Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling (Harold Kerzner). CBS Publishers and Distributers, New Delhi.
  • Projects, Preparation, Appraisal and Implementation (Prasanna Chandra), 3rd Edition, Tata Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi.
  • Project Management (Nagarajan, K), New Age Publishers, New Delhi.
  • Project Management. A Managerial Approach (Meredith, R.J and Mantel, S.J), Wiley (India).

Session Plan

Session 1

Introduction to Project Management; Project Life Cycle and Organisation, Project vs. Operational work, Stakeholders, Organisational Influences

Session 1 Project Management _Framework

Introduction to Project Management (VIDEO)

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch01-Project Essentials

Session 2

Project Management Process for a Project, groups, Initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling and closing process group

Project Process and group

Project Management Process Video

Mini-case-1-Global-Green-Books

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch02-Project Mgmt Overview

Session 3

Project management Knowledge area;
Project Integration Management; Develop project charter, develop project management plan, direct and manage project execution, monitor and control project work, perform integrated change control, stake holders, close project or phase

Session 3 Project Integration Management

Project Integration Management Video

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch04-Integration Mgmt

Project Charter - Template

Session 4

Project Scope Management; collect requirements, define scope, create WBS, verify scope, control scope

Project Scope

Mini-case-2-Defining-Standard-Projects-at-Global-Green-Books

Project Scope management Video

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch05-Scope

Session 5 & 6

Feedback and discussion on Project Charter

Project plan using Ms Excel

Gantt chart in Excel

Session 7 & 8

Project Schedule Management; Define activities, sequence activities, estimate, develop and schedule

Session 7,8 Project Schedule Management

Mini-case-6-Risks-at-Global-Green-Books

Project Schedule Management Video

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch06-Time

Session 10

Session 11 & 12

Project HR Management
Organizational structures by geography, product, etc. Basics of team organization Select, build, and manage team Feedback, coaching, etc. Making decisions Leadership and Motivation Resolving conflicts

 

Session 11, 12 HR

Project Resource Management Video

Mini-case-4-Team-Building-at-Global-Green-Books

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch09-HRM

Session 13

Project Communication Management
Communication model Communication skills Communication plan Communications tools Matrix, RAM Types of reports Meetings (kickoff, team, milestone, gate, status-update, virtual)

Session 13 Project Communication Management

Project Communication Management Video

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch10-Communication

Session 14

Project Risk Management
Uncertainty Positive risks (beneficial) and negative (threats or detrimental) Risk-management strategies Risk analyses Analytical techniques Project contingencies and reserves and schedule buffers

Session 14 Project Risk Management

Project Risk Management Video

Mini-case-6-Risks-at-Global-Green-Books

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch11-Risk

Session 15

Project Procurement Management
Types of procurement (make or buy) Liability Definition of a contract and legal responsibilities; contract types and associated risks: FFP, CPFF, CPIF, T&M, BPO, BOT Authorized representatives Overview of procurement types Public vs. private tenders Partnerships and collaborations Offshore

session 15 Project Procurement Management

Project Procurement Management Video

Mini-case-7-Closing-Projects-at-Global-Green-Books

PMRoadTrip_V4Ch12-Procurement

Session 16

Project Stakeholders Management Identifying stakeholders, stakeholder analysis, engagement

Session 16 Stakeholdes Management

Project Stakeholders Management Video

Session 17, 18, 19 & 20

Project presentation by students

List of Projects

  • Social awareness programme (Food waste/Sanitation/Road safety)
  • Survey
  • Organising event (Academic club events/Tarang Bazar/B-School meet etc)
  • Community engagement project(conducting competition/teaching in nearby school/awareness campaign)
  • Organising Training programme(GTET students)
  • Impact analysis(Skill training)
  • Problems identified by Centurion
  • Accounting for street vendors
  • IT project/ Product development/field projects (For technical students)

Gate Process for Project

Gate process Stages
Gate 0 Idea Project Title
Gate 1 Scope Project scope/Outcome
Gate 2 Development Phases Work Breakdown Structure Task Milestone (Date to complete)
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Gate 3 Testing Simulation/Analysis
Gate 4 Documentation Report

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Dr. Prasanta K. Mohanty

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A graduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Done MBA and Ph.D. in the area of Supply Chain Management. The academic interest lies in teaching courses; Project Management, Supply Chain Design, and Service Operation Management. The research interests are in Service Optimisation, Vendor Management Inventory, and Disruptive Innovations. Worked with many organizations viz; L & T […]