Basic Principles in Project Planning


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by Ciprian Rusen Project Planning

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“Project planning is the discipline for stating how to complete a project within a certain timeframe, usually with defined stages, and with designated resources.” (quote from

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“I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” (Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th US President )

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Think deeply : 

Think deeply Objective Problems Paths

Helps you : 

Helps you Calculate Cost Set Expectations Plan & Coordinate Track & Report

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Review Project Charter

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Create WBS

Remember! : 

Remember! “WBS is organized around the primary products instead of the work needed to produce the products.”

Remember! : 

Remember! “100% Rule – WBS includes 100 % of the work & deliverables.”

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Define Activites

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Sequence of Activites

Ask! : 

Ask! Do I have any time constraints? What is the relationship between activities? Which activities can be done in parallel?

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Estimate Resources

Ask! : 

Ask! Which is the sequence? Which are my restrictions (time/cost)? For each activity, who do I need?

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Estimate Duration

Ask! : 

Ask! What is the level of skill of each resource assigned? To finalize each activity, how much time do we need?

Remember! : 

Remember! Plan time buffers at task level

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Develop Schedule

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How to Plan?

Remember! : 

Remember! Planning is requires team participation Another implementation of the same product doesn’t mean the same project plan Plans always change and reprioritize with situations

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Credits : 

Credits Wikipedia PMBOK, 3rd Edition

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