IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT

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1)IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT 2)ORGANISATION STRUCTURE 3)MANAGEMENT CONTROL 4)INFORMATION SYSTEM 5)SALES & PROMOTION STRATEGIES: 

1)IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT 2)ORGANISATION STRUCTURE 3)MANAGEMENT CONTROL 4)INFORMATION SYSTEM 5)SALES & PROMOTION STRATEGIES

IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT: 

Introduction:- Implementation of a project is the step where all the proper planned activities are put into action . Usually project implementation process involves preparing, deployment, maintaining and use of the final product of the project. Project managers and sometimes project team members are committed to controlling and monitoring project implementation process. Project team helps run project evaluation process which precedes project implementation process. IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT

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Project implementation process entails creation of a customizable framework that helps project managers to set up and manage project implementation stages. Customization of project implementation process framework lets leverage the use of management standards, policies and procedures and ensures that management expectations and plans for project implementation stages are properly outlined and applied. When project implementation process is structured, customized and organized into consistent project implementation steps, all conditions required for creation of a responsive project management environment are met, and project manager can start implementing a project FEATURES

ORGANISATION STRUCTURE: 

Effective Project Team and Resource Allocation Effective project teams are made by combining skills, experience, motivation, teamwork and sense of urgency into a clear project structure and set of accountabilities. Forming a project team should be a deliberate act where people are considered in terms of the skills and experience they bring and their motivation to participate and contribute to the project as an active member of the team. In addition, they must be committed to the project objectives and have a clear sense of urgency and accountability to get things done as and when needed . ORGANISATION STRUCTURE

Organise Project Structure: : 

Building a project team is a combination of selecting individuals and assigning them to project roles within an overall project structure. A project manager must ensure that: • Project roles and responsibilities must be clearly defined, preferably with no overlap of accountabilities . Only one person should be accountable for one thing or multiple things, although any number of people may contribute towards it. Two or more people should never be accountable for the same thing as this leads to confusion and potential problems. • Roles must be organised into a project structure with clear lines of accountabilities and if appropriate who reports to whom or who are the leaders with sub teams within the overall project structure • Individuals must be assigned to the roles , with the ideal being 100% resource allocation. As the level of resource committed to the project falls the project manager must compensate for the time-splitting and therefore reduced level of productivity due to task switching or, worse, conflicting priorities. Usually, one individual is assigned to one role but it is possible for one role to be performed by multiple people • A clear and current project organogram is created of the project team. It must be updated if the project team changes Organise Project Structure:

MANAGEMENT CONTROL : 

How will the project be managed and controlled? 􀂃 Who has ultimate responsibility, accountability and authority for the project? 􀂃 Who handles day-to-day Project Management ? 􀂃 Which people form the executive control body (e.g. steering committee) such that they can deliver the full stewardship, decision making, resourcing, and funding that is required for or on behalf of the sponsors? 􀂃 How do these participants expect to participate, e.g. frequency of meetings, format, formality, reports, minutes etc? MANAGEMENT CONTROL

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Achieving the Task • Identify vision, purpose , direction and objectives • Develop the plan and individual tasks to achieve the objectives including deliverables, measures and schedule • Establish roles, accountabilities and success criteria or measures • Identify and allocate resources, people, systems and tools to fulfil the plan • Set quality standards and reporting methods • Control and maintain activities, monitor and manage risks and issues • Review and reassess the plan as needed

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Managing the Team • Agree on standards of conduct, behaviour and methods of working • Set expectations and objectives for performance, delegation and teamworking • Understand and work through team development • Anticipate and resolve team issues and disagreements • Assess and change as necessary the skills, experience and personality blend of the team • Identify team development and training needs • Provide feedback on team performance , coordination and collaboration • Ensure effective internal and external communication

INFORMATION SYSTEMS:- : 

INTRODUCTION “One of the great mistakes that organizations make is to value the technology over the process. This can lead to organizations investing heavily in systems that go beyond their needs and then failing to make use of them effectively. Information technology, on its own, will not create better information systems that enable organizations to function more effectively . INFORMATION SYSTEMS:-

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Who needs information? Information Users Why they need information? Information Purpose What specific information? Information Uses When they need information? Information Timing Where is the information? Information sources How we get the information? Information Gathering What we do with the information? Information Analysis Is the information ready for use? Information Sharing •

Guidelines Overview & Their Objectives : 

The guidelines presented here were developed to help project managers gain a common understanding of the process to manage a project information system. The management of project information is a key element and a critical responsibility of a project office, and therefore the information it generates should be managed accordingly. These guidelines focuses on how an information system can help project managers use information for decision making, decisions that will lead to improvements in the project operations . Guidelines Overview & Their Objectives

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Sales Promotion Defined Direct inducement that offers extra value or incentives for the product to sales force, distributors or the ultimate customers With the primary objective of creating immediate sale By motivating trial use, encouraging larger purchase, or stimulating repeat purchase.

Examples of Sales Promotion:- : 

Examples of Sales Promotion:-

Sales Promotion vs. Advertising:- : 

1.Stimulate short run demand 2.2Encourage brand switching 3. Induce trial use 4. Promote price orientation 1.Cultivate long term demand 2.Encourage brand loyalty 3.Encourage repeat purchase 4.Promote image/feature orientation Sales Promotion vs. Advertising:-

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THANK YOU BY : Ritika Singh , Ashutosh chandrakar