tailieunhanh - Lecture Project management: The managerial process (6/e) - Chapter 4: Defining the project

Chapter 4 describes a disciplined, structured method for selectively collecting information to use through all phases of the project life cycle, to meet the needs of all stakeholders (., customer, project manager), and to measure performance against the strategic plan of the organization. | Project Management 6e. 4-1 4–2 Where We Are Now Project Management 6e. 4-2 4–3 Defining the Project Step 1: Defining the Project Scope Step 2: Establishing Project Priorities Step 3: Creating the Work Breakdown Structure Step 4: Integrating the WBS with the Organization Step 5: Coding the WBS for the Information System Project Management 6e. 4-3 4–4 Step 1: Defining the Project Scope Project Scope A definition of the end result or mission of the project—a product or service for the client/customer—in specific, tangible, and measurable terms. Purpose of the Scope Statement To clearly define the deliverable(s) for the end user. To focus the project on successful completion of its goals. To be used by the project owner and participants as a planning tool and for measuring project success. Project Management 6e. 4-4 4–5 Project Scope: Terms and Definitions Scope Statements Also called statements of work (SOW) Project Charter Can contain an expanded version of scope statement A document