A project plan specifies the resources required for implementing an ERP system, the timeline for completion of the implementing process, the targets that need to be achieved by implementing the ERP system, etc. In addition, the project planning phase involves developing a contingency plan, identifying control measures, and deciding methods for the evaluation of the ERP system. IV. Gap Analysis: In this phase, an organisation develops a model that states its current status and future targets. Using this model, the organisation can anticipate any functional gaps and cover them.
(CUESTIONARIO) According to the article published by the University of Kent, a wide range of workers are needed for getting the best cooperation possible. It clearly explains which way each worker does his job, and the ideas presented there can be reflected in every kind of group, including ours. After analysing and taking into account the reasons given, a conclusion has been reached. After contrasting the results, it has been proved that this team has a special ability when talking about analysing. Taking into account the risks, evaluating different ways of solving an obstacle and proposing a flexible view of the subject, are the points which this team can exploit the most, or being more simple, the strongest points.
Implementation & coding. Implementation: With implementation, this is where the project team makes the actual product. The overview and the idea of the project become clearer. The project team begins to build and code the software. Coding: The Designing of the software must be done properly and also the required information must be gathered accurately, the coding process will have different phases as which when linked together they will form the end product of what’s needed.
To estimate the completion time must be more realistically and efficiently. The time frame is to define a work package and milestone to achieve targets. The costs are budgeted and keep tracking to ensure the project cost within the budget. It should not be fixed as baseline until after the completion of the engineering phase. Project manager must be able to exert interpersonal influence, excellent communication and strong leadership skills.
For project management, PRINCE2 is process based approach focused on providing easily saleable and tailored method for the management of projects of various types. In the PRINCE2 approach, the processes are defined with outputs and inputs along with the particular purposes and actions of the project. The processes that are included in the PRINCE2 approach are Directing Project: This phase runs throughout the project form its initiation phase until its closure. In this phase the project board monitors and manages the project via reports and control the project through a number of decisions. Starting Up: This is the first process also known as the pre-project process and is focused on ensuring that the pre-requisites of the project are ready.
There are many different types of contracts like firm-fixed price, time and materials (T&M), cost-reimbursable, and others. Different procurement items may also require different contract types. A well-defined product may be a firm-fixed price while a product which will require a research and development effort may be a T&M contract. All items and services to be procured for this project will be solicited under firm-fixed price contracts. The project team will work with the contracts and purchasing department to define the item types, quantities, services and required delivery dates.
2. Preparation of detailed plans and programs on partial systems such as the level of: Plans and programs for the development of information systems. Plans and programs for the management of needs and resources. Plans and programs for training and employment. Plans and programs for building data processing center.
To go in deeper to Scrum Development, it’s important to understand overall picture of SCRUM. Understanding the Basic of Scrum will help developers and management to go further. Understanding the basic content of Scrum also a key factor on the way to understand the overall picture of Scrum Process development. Figure1.1 Basic structure of scrum working Product backlog all the list of things should be done in a project. Team is selecting amount of backlog, which is most important declared by product owner Then there is sprint backlog in which taken some backlog and will convert it to Sprint backlog, as showed in Fig1.1 .sprint backlog will be use to work in sprint, sprint is a repeatable work cycle mostly tis sprint is 30 days long.
Since all the models provide a particular set of guidelines to follow, along with defined expected results, use of any model is dependent on organizational requirement. This is helpful because change is difficult to implement and manage. Here in this report, most used models are discussed in brief. The various model differentiate by the way of implementation. Lewin’s Change Management Model: This model was created