{"pageinfo":[{"Stamp":"pgo_4faf582f6b445","Topic":"Development and Change Management","PageTo":"0","PageMark":"2","Header":{"PageNo":0,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}},"Sections":{"Title":{"TitleText":"Key Project Development Activities","TitleAuthor":"K Srikanth, PMP"},"Matter":[{"Para":"Project development starts with Charter authorization of a project( or sub-project, phase, milestone) by sponsor or initiator and key stakeholders are identified. Appointed project manager is responsibile and accountable for project outcome from here with constraints inherited (e.g. constraints on budget, resources etc). Project manager prepares a roadmap or master plan and invokes necessary departmental plans (scope, time, cost, risks, quality, communications, hr, procurement etc) and seeks approval during kickoff meeting. Once approved or baselined, the actual work commences and all work in progress (WIP) planned outputs (e.g part deliverables, performances, etc) are compared against the respective plans and necessary control actions are implemented as per control plans without effecting existing baselines. Once final deliverable spin off to the expected charter objective it is handed over to the initiator (customer , owner, etc) and project (phase, milestone) etc is closed by following other advised administrative procedures (verification and validation procedure for delivery acceptance, feedback, handover sign off, invoice, archives, lessons learned etc).<\/font>"}],"Subject":{"Related":"Charter, Project Management Plans, Deliverable, Measure, Control, and Close"}},"Footer":{"PageNo":0,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}}},{"Stamp":"pgo_4faf5e0122556","Topic":"Development and Change Management","PageTo":"0","PageMark":"2","Header":{"PageNo":1,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}},"Sections":{"Title":{"TitleText":"Project Change Management","TitleAuthor":"K Srikanth, PMP"},"Matter":[{"Para":"In practical scenarios, management plans are not static and changes do occur. These changes are managed through change management people, system and plans. Change requests and request status are recorded and only meritorious changes are entertained which may effect necessary document (e.g. designs, contracts, business, workflow etc) updates or plan (e.g. cost, time, hr etc) re-baselines. A system (set of procedure, policy, rules, guideline, etc) that help project manager do a better job can be called project management system (PMS). This PMS may have sub system like Configuration Management System (CMS) and Schedule Change Control System (SCCS) etc which are framed by PMO. To reduce manual errors, PMO may have automated or semi-automated solution (e.g. company intranet portal, Oracle Primavera commercial software) .<\/font>"}],"Subject":{"Related":"Change sources, requests, policy, system, and logs , Review committee, Approval status"}},"Footer":{"PageNo":1,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}}},{"Stamp":"pgo_4faf5eac636c1","Topic":"Development and Change Management","PageTo":"0","PageMark":"2","Header":{"PageNo":2,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}},"Sections":{"Title":{"TitleText":"PMBOK coverage","TitleAuthor":"K Srikanth, PMP"},"Matter":[{"Para":"Initiating : Develop project charter

\r\nPlanning : Develop project management plan

\r\nExecuting: Direct and manage project execution

\r\nMonitoring & controlling: Monitor and control project work, Perform integrated change ,management

\r\nClosing: Close project or phase<\/font>"}],"Subject":{"Related":"PMBOK coverage (Project Integration Management)"}},"Footer":{"PageNo":2,"Title":{"TitleText":"Development and Change Management"}}}]}