2 How Project Management fits the Operations Management Philosophy Operations As a Competitive Weapon Operations Strategy Project Management Process Strategy Process Analysis Process Performance and Quality Constraint Management Process Layout Lean Systems Supply Chain Strategy Location Inventory Management Forecasting Sales and Operations Planning Resource Planning Scheduling
3 Bechtel Group, INC. Bechtel is a $16.3 billion-a-year construction contractor that specializes in large projects. It is successful because it is able to bring large projects in quickly and on time. For each major project it organizes a project team and provides it with the supporting information systems and resources. It utilizes a web-based communications system that provides access to project information electronically. Team members have instant access to schedules, progress reports, drawings and messages.
4 Projects A project is an interrelated set of activities with a definite starting and ending point, which results in a unique outcome for a specific allocation of resources. The three main goals of project management are 1. Complete the project on time or earlier. 2. Do not exceed the budget. 3. Meet the specifications to the satisfaction of the customer.
5 Project Management Project management is a systemized, phased approach to defining, organizing, planning, monitoring, and controlling projects. A collection of projects is called a program, which is an interdependent set of projects with a common strategic purpose. A cross-functional effort: Even though a project may be under the overall purview of a single department, other departments likely should be involved.
6 Project Scope and Objectives Defining a project s scope, time frame, allocated resources and objective, is essential. A Project Objective Statement provides the objectives and essence of the project. Time frame should be specific for start and ending of the project. Necessary resources are also defined, either in dollar terms or in personnel allocation.
7 Project Team Selecting the right project manager is critical and specific skills are needed. Facilitator: Able to resolve conflicts, have leadership skills and a systems view. Communicator: Ability to keep senior management informed, communicate progress, and work with team members. Decision Maker: Able to organize members and make difficult decisions. Team members need to be technically competent, dedicated, and able to work well with other team members.
8 Organizational Structure The relationship of a project manager to the team is determined by the firm s organizational structure. Functional Structure: The team is housed in a specific functional area. Assistance from other areas must be negotiated. Pure Project: Team members work exclusively for the project manager, which is best for large projects. Matrix Structure: A compromise between the functional and project structures. Members remain in various functional areas and the project manager coordinates across functional areas. Dual authority can cause problems.
9 Planning Projects Planning projects involves five steps: 1. Defining the work breakdown structure -- a statement of all work that has to be completed. 2. Diagramming the network -- a graphical network 3. Developing the schedule -- specifying start times for each activity 4. Analyzing cost-time trade-offs 5. Assessing risks
10 Defining the Work Breakdown Structure A Work Breakdown Structure is simply a statement of all work that has to be completed. Major work components are identified and then broken down into smaller tasks by the project team. This process may involve a hierarchy of work levels. An Activity is the smallest unit of work effort consuming both the time and resources that the project manager can schedule and control. Task Ownership: Each activity must have an owner who is responsible for doing the work.
11 A Work Breakdown Structure (three levels) for a new business
12 Diagramming the Network A Network Diagram visually displays the interrelated activities using nodes (circles) and arcs (arrows) that depict the relationships between activities. Two network planning methods (PERT & CPM) were originally distinctive, but today the differences are minor and will be jointly referred to as PERT/CPM. PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) was utilized when activity times involved risk. CPM (Critical Path Method) was used when activity times were certain.
13 Precedence Relationships Precedence relationships determine a sequence for undertaking activities, and specify that any given activity cannot start until a preceding activity has been completed. Activity On Node approach In the AON approach,, the nodes (circles) represent activities, and the arcs represent the precedence relationships between them. AON S T U S precedes T which precedes U
14 Activity Relationships S & T must be completed before U can be started. T & U cannot begin until S has been completed. S T U S T U
15 Activity Relationships U & V can t t begin until S & T have been completed. U cannot begin until S & T have been completed. V cannot begin until T has been completed. S U S U T V T V
16 Activity Relationships T & U cannot begin until S has been completed; V cannot begin until both T & U have been completed. S T V U
17 St. Adolf s s Hospital Example 3.1 Activity Description Immediate Predecessor(s) Responsibility A B C D E F G H I J K Select administrative and medical staff. Select site and do site survey. Select equipment. Prepare final construction plans and layout. Bring utilities to the site. Interview applicants and fill positions in nursing, support staff, maintenance, and security. Purchase and take delivery of equipment. Construct the hospital. Develop an information system. Install the equipment. Train nurses and support staff.
18 St. Adolf s s Hospital Example 3.1 Activity Description Immediate Predecessor(s) Responsibility A B C D E F G H I J K Select administrative and medical staff. Johnson Select site and do site survey. Taylor Select equipment. A Adams Prepare final construction plans and layout. B Taylor Bring utilities to the site. B Burton Interview applicants and fill positions in A Johnson nursing, support staff, maintenance, and security. Purchase and take delivery of equipment. C Adams Construct the hospital. D Taylor Develop an information system. A Simmons Install the equipment. E,G,H Adams Train nurses and support staff. F,I,J Johnson
19 St. Adolf s s Hospital Diagramming the Network Immediate Predecessor I A B C A D B E B F A G C H D I A J E,G,H K F,I,J Start A B F C D G H K J Finish E
20 St. Adolf s s Hospital Paths are the sequence of activities between a project s s start and finish. A I F K Path Time (wks) Start C G Finish A-I-K 33 A-F-K 28 A-C-G-J-K 67 B-D-H-J-K 69 B-E-J-K 43 B D E H J
21 St. Adolf s s Hospital The critical path is the longest path! I Path Time (wks) A F K A-I-K 33 A-F-K 28 A-C-G-J-K 67 B-D-H-J-K 69 B-E-J-K 43 Start B C D G H J Finish Project Expected Time is 69 wks. E
22 Application 3.1
23 Application 3.1 Solution
24 St. Adolf s s Hospital Developing the Schedule The project team must make time estimates for each activity. Activity times may be risky, in which case a probability distribution can be used (CPM). For this project the times will be certain. Activity slack is the maximum length of time that an activity can be delayed without delaying the entire project. For St. Adolf s we can t go beyond 69 weeks.
25 St. Adolf s s Hospital Developing the Schedule Earliest Start Time (ES) is the latest earliest finish time of the immediately preceding activities. Earliest Finish Time (EF) is an activity s earliest start time plus its estimated duration. Latest Start Time (LS) is the latest finish time minus the activity s estimated duration. Latest Finish Time (LF) is the earliest latest start time of the activities that immediately follow. For simplicity, all projects start at time zero.
26 What AON Nodes look like Determined by the earliest finish time of the precedent activity. If there are two or more precedent activities, this time is the same as precedent activity with the latest Earliest Finish time. Slack Slack is the difference, if any, between the earliest start and latest start times (or the earliest finish and latest finish times). S = LS ES or S = LF EF This is the Latest Finish time minus the activity time. Earliest Start Latest Start Activity Activity Duration Earliest Finish Latest Finish The earliest you can complete an activity -- determined by adding the activity time to the earliest start time. The latest you can finish an activity without delaying the project completion date. It is the same as the Latest Start time of the next activity. If there are two or more subsequent activities, this time is the same as the earliest of those Latest Start times.
27 Earliest Start and Earliest Finish Times Earliest start time I Earliest finish time 0 A 12 F K Start C G Finish B D H J Example 3.2 E
28 Earliest Start and Earliest Finish Times I The Critical Path takes 69 weeks A F K 10 6 Start C G Finish Critical Path B D H J Example 3.2 E
29 Latest Start and Latest Finish Times I A F 10 Latest start time K 6 Latest finish time Start C G Finish B D 10 H J Example 3.2 E
30 Earliest start time Latest start time I Earliest finish time Latest finish time A F K Start C G Finish B D 10 H J Example 3.2 E
31 Project Schedule A Gantt Chart is a project schedule, usually created by the project manager using computer software, that superimposes project activities, with their precedence relationships and estimated duration times, on a time line. Activity slack is useful because it highlights activities that need close attention. Free slack is the amount of time an activity s earliest finish time can be delayed without delaying the earliest start time of any activity that immediately follows. Activities on the critical path have zero slack and cannot be delayed without delaying the project completion.
35 Node Duration ES LS Slack A B C D E F G H I J K A Activity Slack Analysis I F K Start C G Finish B D 10 H J Example 3.3 E
36 Application 3.2
37 Application 3.2 Critical Path and Project Duration
38 Analyzing Cost-Time Trade-Offs There are always cost-time trade-offs in project management. You can complete a project early by hiring more workers or running extra shifts. There are often penalties if projects extend beyond some specific date, and a bonus may be provided for early completion. Crashing a project means expediting some activities to reduce overall project completion time and total project costs.
39 Project Costs The total project costs are the sum of direct costs, indirect costs, and penalty costs. Direct costs include labor, materials, and any other costs directly related to project activities. Indirect costs include administration, depreciation, financial, and other variable overhead costs that can be avoided by reducing total project time. The shorter the duration of the project, the lower the indirect costs will be.
40 Cost to Crash To assess the benefit of crashing certain activities, either from a cost or a schedule perspective, the project manager needs to know the following times and costs. Normal time (NT) is the time necessary to complete and activity under normal conditions. Normal cost (NC) is the activity cost associated with the normal time. Crash time (CT) is the shortest possible time to complete an activity. Crash cost (CC) is the activity cost associated with the crash time.
41 Cost to Crash per Period CC NC NT CT The Cost to Crash per Period = Crash Cost Normal Cost Normal Time Crash Time
42 St. Adolf s s Hospital Cost-Time Relationships in Cost Analysis Direct cost (dollars) Crash cost (CC) Linear cost assumption Estimated costs for a 2-week reduction, from 10 weeks to 8 weeks Normal cost (NC) (Crash time) (Normal time) Time (weeks)
43 St. Adolf s s Hospital Minimizing Costs The objective of cost analysis is to determine the project schedule that minimizes total project costs. A minimum-cost schedule is determined by starting with the normal time schedule and crashing activities along the critical path in such a way that the costs of crashing do not exceed the savings in indirect and penalty costs.
44 St. Adolf s s Hospital Minimum Cost Schedule Use these steps to determine the minimum cost schedule: 1. Determine the project s critical path(s). 2. Find the activity or activities on the critical path(s) with the lowest cost of crashing per week. 3. Reduce the time for this activity until a. It cannot be further reduced or b. Until another path becomes critical, or c. The increase in direct costs exceeds the savings that result from shortening the project (which lowers indirect costs). 4. Repeat this procedure until the increase in direct costs is larger than the savings generated by shortening the project.
45 Direct Cost and Time Data for the St. Adolf s Hospital Project Maximum Cost of Normal Normal Crash Crash Time Crashing per Time Cost Time Cost Reduction Week Activity (NT) (NC) (CT) (CC) (wk) (CC-NC) A 12 $ 12, $ 13,000 1 $ 1,000 B 9 50, , ,000 C 10 4, , D 10 16, , ,000 E , , ,000 F 10 10, , ,500 G , , ,000 H 40 1,200, ,260, ,000 I 15 40, , ,500 J 4 10, , ,000 K 6 30, , ,000 Totals $1,992,000 $2,209,500 Shorten first
46 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 1 Step 1: The critical path is: B-D-H-J-K. Step 2: The cheapest activity to crash is J at $1000. Step 3: Crash activity J by its limit of three weeks because the critical path remains unchanged. The project completion time is 69 weeks. The direct costs for that schedule are $1,992,000. The indirect costs are $8000 per week. Penalty costs after week 65 are $20,000 per week. Total cost is $2,624,000 for 69 weeks ($1,992, ($8000) + (69 65)($20,000) The new project length becomes 66 weeks.
47 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 1 The project completion time is 69 weeks. The direct costs for that schedule are $1,992,000. The indirect costs are $8000 per week. Penalty costs after week 65 are $20,000 per week. Total cost is $2,624,000 for 69 weeks Crashing by 3 weeks saves $81,000 for a new total cost of $2,543,000. Savings is 3 weeks of indirect costs (3 * $8000 = $24,000) plus 3 weeks of penalties (3 * $20,000 = $60,000) less the cost of crashing (3 * $1,000 = $3,000)
48 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 2 The indirect costs are $8000 per week. Penalty costs after week 65 are $20,000 per week. Step 1: The critical path is still B-D-H-J-K. Step 2: The cheapest activity to crash per week is now D at $2,000 a week. Step 3: Crash D by 2 weeks. The first week of reduction saves $28,000 by eliminating both the penalty and indirect costs (but $2,000 goes toward crashing costs.) The second week of reduction had no penalty, so it saves only the indirect costs of $8,000. Total cost is now $2,511,00 ($2,543,00 - $28,000 - $8,000 + $4,000)
49 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 3 Shortening D and J have created a second critical path, A-C-G-J-K. Both critical paths are 64 weeks. Both must now be shortened to realize any savings in indirect costs. Start A 12 B 9 I 15 F 10 C 10 D 8 G 35 H 40 K 6 J 1 Finish E 24
50 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 3 The indirect costs are $8000 per week. A $ 1,000 B 7,000 C 600 D 2,000 E 8,000 F 1,500 G 3,000 H 12,000 I 2,500 J 1,000 K 4,000 The alternatives are to crash one of the following combination of activities: A-B, A-H, C-B, C-H, G-B, G-H, or Crash activity K which is on both critical paths. (J and D have already been crashed.) The cheapest alternative is to crash activity K. It can only be crashed by one week at a cost of $4,000 The net savings are $8,000 $4,000 = $4,000 Total project cost now becomes $2,507,000
51 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 4 The critical paths remain the same but are now both 63 weeks. I 15 A $ 1,000 B 7,000 C 600 D 2,000 E 8,000 F 1,500 G 3,000 H 12,000 I 2,500 J 1,000 K 4,000 Start A 12 B 9 F 10 C 10 D 8 G 35 H 40 K 5 63 wks J 1 Finish E 24
52 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Finding the minimum cost schedule: Stage 4 The indirect costs are $8000 per week. A $ 1,000 B 7,000 C 600 D 2,000 E 8,000 F 1,500 G 3,000 H 12,000 I 2,500 J 1,000 K 4,000 B and C are the only remaining activities that can be crashed simultaneously without exceeding the potential savings of $8000 per week in indirect costs. Crash activities B and C by two weeks (the limit for activity B) Net savings are 2($8,000) 2($7,600) = $800 Total project costs are now $2,506,200
53 Example 3.4 St. Adolf s s Hospital Summary The minimum cost schedule is 61 weeks. Activities J, D, K, B, and C were crashed for a total savings of $117,800
54 Assessing Risks Risk is a measure of the probability and consequence of not reaching a defined project goal. A major responsibility of the project manager at the start of a project is to develop a riskmanagement plan. A Risk-Management Plan identifies the key risks to a project s success and prescribes ways to circumvent them.
55 Categories of Project Risk Strategic Fit: Projects should have a purpose that supports the strategic goals of the firm. 1. Service/Product Attributes: If the project involves new service or product, several risks can arise. Market risk comes from competitors. Technological risk can arise from advances made once the project has started, rendering obsolete the technology chosen for service or product. Legal risk from liability suits or other legal action. 2. Project Team Capability: Involves risks from the project team itself such as poor selections and inexperience. 3. Operations Risk: Information accuracy, communications, and project timing.
56 Statistical Analysis The Statistical Analysis approach requires that activity times be stated in terms of three reasonable time estimates for each activity. 1. Optimistic Time (a) is the shortest time in which a activity can be completed if all goes exceptionally well. 2. Most Likely Time (m) is the probable time for an activity. 3. Pessimistic Time (b) is the longest time required. The expected time for an activity thus becomes t e = a m + b 6
57 Probabilistic Time Estimates Beta Distribution Probability Optimistic a m b Time Mean Pessimistic
58 Probabilistic Time Estimates Normal Distribution Probability Area under curve between a and b is 99.74% a 3σ m Mean 3σ b Time
59 Example 3.5 St. Adolf s s Hospital Probabilistic Time Estimates Calculating Means and Variances I Mean t e = a + 4m + b 6 Start A F K C G Finish Variance b a σ 2 = ( ) 6 2 B D E H J
60 Example 3.5 St. Adolf s s Hospital Probabilistic Time Estimates Calculating Means and Variances Activity B I Most Optimistic Likely Pessimistic (a) (m) (b) Start A F K C G Finish 7 + 4(8) + 15 t e = = 9 weeks 6 B D E H J σ 2 = ( 15-7 ) =
61 Example 3.5 St. Adolf s s Hospital Probabilistic Time Estimates Optimistic Likely Pessimistic Expected Variance Activity (a) (m) (b) Time (t e ) (σ 2 ) Time Estimates (wk) Activity Statistics A B C D E F G H I J K
62 Example 3.6 St. Adolf s s Hospital Analyzing Probabilities Probabilities Critical Path = B - D - H - J - K T = 72 days T E = 69 days σ 2 = Σ (variances of activities) z = T T E σ 2 σ 2 = = z = From Normal Distribution appendix P z =
63 Example 3.6 St. Adolf s s Hospital Probability of Completing Project On Time Length of critical path Normal distribution: Mean = 69 weeks; σ = 3.45 weeks Probability of meeting the schedule is Probability of exceeding 72 weeks is Project duration (weeks)
64 Example 3.6 St. Adolf s s Hospital Probability of Completing Project On Time Probabilities Critical Path = A - C - G - J - K T = 72 days T E = 67 days σ 2 = Σ (variances of activities) z = T T E σ 2 σ 2 = = z = = From Normal Distribution appendix P z =
65 Resource-Related Problems Excessive Activity Duration Estimates: Many time estimates come with a built-in cushion that management may not realize. Latest Date Mentality: The tendency for employees to procrastinate until the last moment before starting. Failure to Deliver Early, even if the work is completed before the latest finish date.
66 Resource-Related Problems Path Mergers occur when two or more activity paths combine at a particular node. Both paths must be completed up to this point, which will eliminate any built-up slack. Multitasking is the performance of multiple project activities at the same time. Work on some activities is delayed for other work. Loss of Focus by a manager can happen if the critical path changes frequently.
67 The Critical Chain Approach A Critical Chain is the sequence of dependent events that prevents a project from completing in a shorter interval and recognizes resource as well as activity dependencies. Time Estimates: The most likely time (m) is used to build the critical chain project plan. The difference between it and the pessimistic time (b m) is used to develop the time buffers. Buffers: Once the critical chain and all paths feeding it are identified, time buffers can be added to protect the chain. Using Latest Start Schedules has the advantage of delaying project cash outlays. Project Control: Managers, using the critical chain approach, must control the behavioral aspects of their projects.
68 Activity Duration ES LS Slack C G J K D H E I F Monitoring Project Resources I A F K SLACK CALCULATIONS AFTER ACTIVITIES A AND B HAVE BEEN COMPLETED Start B C G Finish D H J E
69 Project Life Cycle Resource requirements Definition and organization Planning Execution Close out Start Time Finish
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Test Fragen + Antworten October 2004 Project Management Wilhelm F. Neuhäuser IBM Corporation 2003 Question 1 All the following Statements about a WBS are true except that it a. Provides a framework for
Basic s Project Scheduling and Tracking The process of building a schedule for any case study helps really understand how it s done. The basic idea is to get across to break the software project into well-defined
MnDOT Project Management Office Presents: Schedule Updates Presenter: Eric Costantino Senior Schedule Consultant DRMcNatty & Associates, Inc. Housekeeping Items Lines will be muted during the webinar Questions
Software Project Management Lecture 21 1 Words of Wisdom Know the truth that you were created as the best creation, with Allah (SWT) Himself breathing into you His spirit. And (remember) when your Lord
E90 Engineering Design Notes on the Critical Path Method for project planning and management. CPM models any project by a network of blocks or circles called NODES that are connected by lines called ARROWS.
Project management Project Management Dr. James A. Bednar email@example.com http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/jbednar A project is a temporary endeavour to produce a unique product, service, or result (PMI
Overview Once you've initiated the project and gathered all relevant information, you'll then begin planning your project. The planning stage depends on the size of your project, how much information you
Software Project Management A Successive Process That Bring a New System JOYDEEP KUNDU Assistant Professor, Global Institute of Science & Technology, Haldia, India Abstract: Project management is the art
Lec 7 Scheduling/Time Management Acknowledgement and source: Prof Shervin and K. Schwalbe: Information Technology Project Management Learning Objectives Understand the importance of project schedules and
Chapter 11: PERT for Project Planning and Scheduling PERT, the Project Evaluation and Review Technique, is a network-based aid for planning and scheduling the many interrelated tasks in a large and complex
CRITICAL PATH METHOD (CEE 320 VDC SEMINAR) 4 February 2009 Jesse Santiago & Desirae Magallon Overview Background & History CPM Defined The CPM approach Definitions Class Exercise Background & History Developed
C H A P T E R T W O 02 Project planning LEARNING OUTCOMES When you have completed this chapter you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the following: project deliverables and intermediate
A Generalized PERT/CPM Implementation in a Spreadsheet Abstract Kala C. Seal College of Business Administration Loyola Marymount University Los Angles, CA 90045, USA firstname.lastname@example.org This paper describes
MECH 896 Professional Development for MEng Students Mohamed Hefny and Brian Surgenor (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org) Winter : Lecture # Project Time Management Homework Discussion Homework
Project Management What is a project? How to plan a project? How to schedule a project? How to control a project? 1. PROJECT MNGEMENT...1 2. PROJECT NLYSIS...3 3 PROJECT PLNNING...8 3.1 RESOURCE LLOCTION...8
Leaving Certificate Technology Project Management Teacher Notes 1 Project Management This is the first of three key topics that form Project and Quality Management in the Technology Syllabus core. These