3. A clear plan, one that is both strategic as well as operational. This will allow for the achievement of goals and deadlines to be met. Ensuring that employees are aware of these deadlines allows productivity to be a main focal point to ensure that those organisational goals are in the process of being achieved. 4.
Staying on the ball, and being organized were key in the success of the completion of my portions of the project. Therefore, I had to assure that I clearly understood and comprehended my parts that were assigned to me. Once having a clear vision of what my parts encompassed, I planned and scheduled set times to focus and work on the project. Even when experiencing some setbacks, I worked around my schedule prioritizing my work to assure completion. While bouncing some ideas off my group members, I worked independently, and understood that the completion of my parts was my personal responsibility.
In project introduction section, the project’s background has to pen down with details of project history and contextual that set the section and support required for the project. Other than project background, project’s goals and result will be listed along with success criteria such as project success measurement. Project definition will be the next element
Figure 0.1 Scrum Roles Product owner will be responsible for in which order and what product have to develop. The SCRUM master is responsible for guiding the team following and creating its own process based on the scrum framework border. 1.4.1 Product Owner Product Owner is the person responsible for the definition of what will be the most valuable and possible product made until the desired date. This is done by controlling the work that is incoming to the teams, by selection and specification of the elements of the Product Backlog. Product Owner supports the Product Backlog and ensures that all team members know what it is and what the main priorities are.
This ensures that only features of value to users are developed. RUP provides a well-defined structure for the lifecycle of a project and includes essential milestones where major decisions can be made about the project. RUP project consists of a life cycle . The lifecycle is divided into four phases of development. The phase are as follow: Inception, Elaboration, Construction and Transition .
Chapter 5: Project organizational structures A project organization structure facilitates the coordination and accomplishment of project activities. Its primary purpose is to provide an environment that enhances interactions between the team members with a minimum limit of disturbance, overlaps and disagreements. Formation of the organizational structure that will be used for the project is one of the critical decisions of project management. Each project has its own circumstances and the design of an organizational structure should the project environment in which it will operate, and the project manager’s level of authority. A project structure has various forms, each form have its own pros and cons.
By being fully aware of its function and implications is an important aspect of the project manager’s role and responsibility. The triple constraint is meant to be an asset to the project manager’s arsenal and should not be viewed as a hindrance. This assignment has shown about how and the importance of comprehensive evaluation on the Triple Constraint (Time, Cost, Scope) in a project under uncertainty situation. We introduce an index called as Project Reliability. By modeling the quality as a success/failure process, Project Reliability becomes an index of measurement to evaluate the probability of project completion within the time and cost target and passes the entire QC requirements.
This can be refined through rating scales or different strategies proper for the organization and context. It is vital to prioritize which issues and stakeholders that are most imperative to the organization and to distinguish the legitimate and responsible representatives of each stakeholder. Establish Objectives and