《Project Management in functional Organizations》 ,though d on the general project management methodology from PMBOK, is focused on the R&D projects, product realization and order fulfillment projects, engineering projects and continuous improvement projects, which are recognized as the typical projects in an industrial enterprise.
The topics of the course consist of function management and project management, projects in industrial enterprise, project initiation and team building, scope definition and work breakdown structure , schedule development and control, project resource allocation methods, project budget and product cost control, project deliverables and quality control, project risk analysis and response strategy. The course is the summery of the best practice in project management by the world leading enterprises and specially designed for management staff in industrial enterprises .
The course lasts 14 hours with case studies and workshop presentations and discussions joined by the participants.
1. Function management and Project management
1.1 what is function management?
1.2 What is project management?
1.3 Project management in general
1.4 Projects in an industrial enterprise
My company and the projects in my company-3 presenters
Different companies and different Projects.
2. Typical projects in an industrial enterprise
2.1 R&D projects and three tiers by MIT
2.2 Product realization and order fulfillment projects
2.3 Engineering projects by sponsors and contractors
2.4 Continuous improvements projects
Briefing a new production line construction project-1 presenter
Briefing a contracted engineering project-2 presenters
In MTS, ATO, MTO, ETO production patterns, which one or combination suits your company.
3. Project definition and team building
3.1 Project definition and project initiation documents -PID
3.2 Project team within a matrix organization
3.3 One servant –two masters problem and counter measures.
3.4 project -line and negative feed-back control loop
Defining a project I have done by the PID .-3 presenters
The PID and related 9 knowledge areas.
4. Scope definition and work breakdown structure
4.1 Scope definition and scope creeping
4.2 Product configuration and project scope
4.3 project work breakdown structure-WBS
4.4 Stage deliverables and Scope Verification
Presenting a system configuration from a capital equipment project-1 presenter
Presenting a work breakdown structure from a R&D or engineering project -2 presenters
Progressively elaboration and WBS at different phases and levels.
5. Time schedule and planning methods
5.1 Duration estimation and reliable principle
5.2 Activity sequencing and constraints
5.3 Critical path schedule and critical chain schedule
5.4 Fast tracking and delivery forecasting
Presenting a time schedule and identify the critical path for a typical project you have done-3 presenters
Different Fast tracking methods you have practiced.
6. Resource requirements and allocation methods
6.1 Project resource requirement and planning
6.2 Systematical resource allocation method
6.3 Responsibility resource allocation method
6.4 Generic resource allocation method
6.5 Specific resource allocation method
Presenting a time schedule with resource allocations-3 presenters
What is the significance of resource allocation and the weakness of PM theory.
7. Project and Product Cost Control
7.1 The problems of product cost control
7.2 estimating methods and project budgeting
7.3 product cost accounting and life cycle costs
7.4 Cost control for project and product
Presenting a budget breakdown for a project-2 presenters
Presenting a cost breakdown for a product-2 presenters
What can be done to improve the cost control in different cases.
8. Project Quality planning and control
8.1 Product quality and quality in broad sense
8.2 Quality warranty, guarantee and assurance
8.3 Quality control and quality management
8.4 Quality planning and project quality gates
Identify the quality defects in the case study and analyze the reasons -4 presenters
The difference of quality control methodology for redo processes and undo processes
9. Risk analysis and responding strategies
9.1 Event probability and Impact
9.2 Risk identification and grading matrix
9.2 Project risk management and Flow Diagram
9.4 Risk response strategies and contingency plan
Presenting four simple examples to illustrate the four responding strategies-4 presenters
Your example of the alternative strategy in responding an indentified risk event.
(1) The summery of project management flow chart
(2) Further questions and answers as well as discussions
Johnson.Wang is the quest-researcher of China Development Institute (CDI SHENZHEN) ,investment consulting agency ,a senior engineer and a project management professional-PMP , graduated from Northwest Polytechnic University (China) majoring in electrical engineering and stayed in energy department of Eindhoven Technical University (Holland) as a visiting-scholar from 1984-1986.
After the academic career, His working experience involved in a wide range of industrial areas as aviation, automobile , electrical appliance , textile machinery and positioned in R&D, production, quality management , equipment maintenance ,investment and development strategy. He has acquired rich international project experience by doing projects with American, British, Japan, India, Turkey, Iran companies etc and gained comprehensive English competence by widely reading in philosophy, history , social literatures and scientific books.
From 2000 to now, he has focused on system philosophy and science study and project management consulting and training , the enterprises he has served up to several hundreds. He has also being invited to give lectures in Qinghua university, Peaking University , Zhejiang university etc, specialized in project management.
本课程名称：11月Project Management in Functional Organizations