Project is a temporary undertaking undertaken to bring material and/or goods in to reach a time-related or operational purpose. A project is likely to consider all perpetrators, from ranging clock-makers to bed occupancy suppliers, as well as:

o    Manpower

o    Time

o    Cost

o    Security

o    Function

o    Environmental

o    Health

o     Sociability

o    Proper planning and preparation, and

o    Dependency

o    Rewards, such as payment, discounts or increased status or recognition, from functional leaders

o     receiver (paying party)

o    Indictional relations, including legal force

o    An Example:

The Onlineman Project was a by-product of a large company, whose main product and/or services provided about 40% of its total product gross income. As on a PRINCE2 Foundation training Certification uk.

1.    Resource Planning:

Upon first opportunity, the company began most of the conceptual work by talking with turbine manufacturer, compressors, powder metallurgist, optical engineers, millwork and hydraulic engineers.

o    Project Evaluation:

The planners worked with each of these groups to capture, establish and discuss the scope, start- date, and budgetary restrictions; quantified estimated cost and Ph.D. approval restrictions, making use of recommended technical influence.

1.     Visitors / Suppliers

o    Small, medium, and large, with available equipment, materials, and manpower.

o    Owners of companies with available equipment, materials, and manpower.

o    Creative Solutions

o    Technical Directors, Designers, Diagnostic Engineers

o    Material Managers and Engineers

o    Recommendations

2.    Project Leadership

Project durations vary from as short as a day or a week up to 26 months sustaining technological expertise.

o    Estimation of Project predefined Project elapsed time

o    Project Plan

o    Project Cost and Project Time

o    Project Review and Control

A Project Plan, which covers all common and specific items, together with the Project Requirements Document (PR ditch), is essential.

o    Project Requirements Document

PR ditch:

o    Basic design and / or industrial specifications

o    Product and component design capabilities

o    Project Goals and Objectives

What do you do

o    Find a qualified Project Expert/Facilitator

o    Find an experienced Project Manager

o    Check credentials and references

How do you do it

o    From group to individuals

o    In a very defined and efficient manner

o    Each step should be fairly immediate

o    Success Factors

o    Each project should have an exact and compelling project plan.

o    An experienced Project Leaders/Leadership Team

o    Analyze and analyze all aspects, namely cost, time and quality, of each project if possible

o    Assess the resources

o    Ensure availability

Your Parts in this Project

o    Lead the project

o    Liaise with other researched groups for constraints on the Project

o    Set-up a leadership team and schedule rules

o    Identify support systems in discussions and technical meetings

o    Collect information

o    Collect your resources and contact your suppliers to schedule as required

Start, Guide, and Support the Successful Project

Start planning at least six months in advance

The Project Sponsor must assist in the planning process

Depending on the scope of the project divided into phases this may involve more than one person

Figure out, through discussions in your group, the available resources

Identify any special challenges and concerns

Discuss with the essence of the project and confirm a correct meeting

Document the needs, achievements, timelines and deliverables of the group

They should also:

o    Establish meetings for all stakeholders, with a well-defined agenda

o    Try and identify conflicts and the best way to manage those conflicts

o    Recognize, to date, how to best leverage available resources

o    Actively and effectively define and implement solutions

o    Be keen on establishing and building relationships and trust

o    Educates and informs all Project Team members

Ask the team regularly:

o    What are our most pressing projects at the moment?

o    What are the resources we have? Where can we get more?

o    What are the current trends in the market? What new technologies are out there? Quality issues?

o    What do we need to get definite answers to to stay competitive?


o    Project Plan – group needs, time period, and deliverables

o    In which phase is the project underway?