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Project management is the scientific study of project behaviour. In the management cycle you can have four process groups to: identify, design, develop and deliver a task or project. As outlined on an agile project management qualification.

The Process Group 1 – Identify

The Identification process lets you determine exactly what is required from your project. It requires that you identify exactly what work or activity is involved in satisfying your business needs.

Common pitfalls:

Understanding Project Management:

Identification process – using an Agreeing Authority

Agreeing Authority: an individual approved by the Board of Directors, with the responsibility and ability to delegate authority according to his/her experience and ability(s). Agreeing Authority’s are almost always found in most “for profit/non-profit” type organisations.

Create: locate, specify a location in the organisation; delegate, obtain commitment, view or milestone the location and permission from all relevant stakeholders.

Plan: develop an understanding of key constraints and constraints that will affect the final location and the conduct of the project.

Nurture: build upon understanding and achievement of critical business requirements, as the project proceeds. As these changes occur, changes may need to be made to the project and its subsequent delivery. Key business requirements may have changed as a result of the decision making process.

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An Agreeing Authority should be identified, where all parties agree on the final location and agreed plan of the project.

An Agreeing Authority should be identified, where all parties agree on the final location and agreed plan of the project.

An Agreeing Authority should be identified, where all parties agree on the final location and agreed plan of the project.

All work should be delegated to a project manager nominated by the Personal Agreeing Authority.

The detail and order of the Team containing a designated project manager should be detailed, reported to the Human Resources Department and reported to any authorised person.

Expect travel and accommodation expenses to be paid for by the Personal Agreeing Authority.

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Observe the standard of the project work and this may be costing you money,

Stress a result – these may be increasing and the objective is illusive. Conduct an internal audit.(see notice 2) minerals are junior Lycra, Steel and concrete.

A safety adviser, a Risk Manager and an Insurance consultant should be involved in the installation and work of the project.

The role of the project manager is reduced to a specialist task, which probably means fewer people will make plans and processes, reduce required induction hours and reduce the cost of project management.

Has been highlighted as the most significant issue affecting performance and outcomes, often in a week’s time.

Multiple sources need to be searched or obtained.

The aim of the project includes people, a purpose, targets and objectives.

Beware of any tactic that over-simplifies the issue or, worse still, trifles its importance.

Ensure that the project manager has the authority, enabling capability and capacity to implement any changes in the project.

Is competent and capable of carrying out customer requests as required.

Over-simplicating this distracts the sense of urgency and challenges the project manager.

Where possible ask customers to feed back weaknesses identified. county truth should increase awareness further.

Don’t rely on the boss. Keep outside interaction to a bare minimum.

Objectives should be changed, changed over, changed to, changed to.

Objectives should be: functional, deliverables, agreed, dates.


DOs (deliverables) should be achieved according to the scope of the project, deliverables should be deliverables defined and agreed by the customer.

DOs (deliverables) should be tailored to the requirements of the Customer/User Manual.

DOs (deliverables) shouldn’t over-simplify the process or be ambiguous.

DOs (deliverables) should be ” Game Changer’s”.

DOs (deliverables) should align with business strategy and the desired result(s).

DOs (deliverables) need to be complete, defined and measurable.

Having said that, you need to consider the level of acceptable involvement of the team, functionally and the capability of the project manager to be a parts operator for the team.

A project team should have a clear task plan.

Next, it should have an overall Vision, Mission and Objectives.

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