The Art of Project management for Speeding up the E-governance by 7P2852w8


									The Art of Project Management for
        Speeding up the
  E-governance Implementation
                   Word Transformation

 First Wave  – Agriculture Revolution
 Second Wave – Industrial Revolution
 Third Wave – Information Revolution

                                                     Source:-Alvin Toffler

•   The world is moving from industrial era to Information and knowledge era.
                What is Program?

 Program is a ‘Group of Projects’ managed in a
  coordinated way.

 May even involve elements of on-going operations,
  repetitive or Cyclical

 Project Management is generally viewed as subset of
  Program Management.
• What is Product?
     • Software or Services

• What is Project?
     • Start-End Time
     • Delivery of measurable end result
     • Delivery can be of a product / service of system

 A Project is an endeavour to create a unique product,
 services or result that has interrelated activities and is
 progressively elaborated.
             What is Management?

 Management is the art of getting work done through

 Management is concerned with resources, tasks and

 It is the process of Planning, organizing, staffing,
  directing and controlling to accomplish organizational
  objectives through the coordinated use of human and
  materials resources.
            What is Project Management?

    Project Management is application of knowledge, skills,
    tools, and techniques to various project activities in order to.

 Meet Objectives of the project.

 Meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations.

 Balance Competing demands among scope, time, cost,
  quality, Human Resources.
                   E-governance Projects

 E-governance Projects will transform the way in which public services
  are organized and delivered. However, there have been number of
  failures in IT Projects. Project in particular making use of the Project
  Management techniques and methodology is essential for E-governance
  implementation in the country

       •   Public services are organized in IT manure
       •   No. of failures in IT projects & E-governance
       •   In a survey conducted by the Heeks,
       •   The following interesting facts (Government +Industry)

                         15 % are success
                         50 % are Partial Success
                         35 % are Total Failures
KPMG Study –Why technology project Fail?
 32 % Inadequate project management and control

 20 % lack of Communication

 17 % failure to define objectives

 17% Lack of familiarity with project scope and complexity

 14% Incorrect technology, project size & technology

 14 % Due to management and project planning issues.
    Why Software Fails? Garter Publications
   Unrealistic or unarticulated projects goals
   Inaccurate estimates of needed resources
   Badly defined system requirements
   Poor reporting of the project’s status
   Unmanaged risks
   Poor communication among customers, developers and users
   Use of immature technology
   Inability to handle the project’s complexity
   Sloppy development process
   Poor project management
   Stake holder politics
   Commercial pressure
     Data on Failed Projects (Reasons)

 Technology did not work

 System delivered did not meet the requirements

 Meet the requirements ,but was late meet the requirement
  but these requirements changed by time it was delivered

 The system worked but the users would not use it

 Failure in business change management
  Need for project Management practice

 TQM Approaches.

 TQM is a system prevention, it focuses on eliminating.

 Defects and on doing the job right the first time.
            Where do we start?

• Stage 1: Project Initiation:

       Feasibility Study
       Detail Project Report
       Expression of Interest
       Charter of the Project
• Stage 2: Project Definition:

       Develop Project Team
       Review Project Charter
       Sizing or project
       Procurement of Appropriate resources
       Agree on Project Deliverables
       Ensure User /Stakeholder expectations are met
• Stage 3: Project Planning:

       Develop the project plan
       To do list
       Dependencies must be created
       Every activities must have predecessor (what
        must be done before this task can be started)
        ad a successor (what can be begin only when
        this task is completed)
       Milestones are identified
       Quality Control Mechanisms
       This stage ends with sign-off by the project.
• Stage 4 : Project Execution :       The project begins

       Project team meetings
       Examine each resource’s planned start
       Finish tasks
       Stage of Change management ,which is a critical
       Change request forms if approve, then time frame
       Risk Management
• Stage 5: Project close: Closing the Project

        Close out-evaluation

 The key is to understand that managing projects is a
  process not just knowledge of the tools and techniques
                ICT Project Life Cycle

 Project initiation & Planning
        • Software development
        • ICT Infrastructure
        • Service Problems- Org. framework & Arch.
   System Integration and Testing
   Project Implementation
   Project Completion & Sign Off
   Maintenance
   Project Retirement
Seven Steps in Project Management

           7          6
         Enhance    Evaluate
         Project Management
         Project Development
         1             2        Develop
    Conceptualize   Architect
              Certification Courses
• PM: - Project Management Institute, An International
  professional society
• Certify Agency for project management professional
  Project management body of knowledge PMBOK guide
  Focus on
• CDAC :
• Courses : Project Management Professional (PMP)
•           Program Management Professional (PgMP)
•           Certified Associate Professional (CAPM)
•           Risk Management Professional (RMP)
•           PMI- Scheduling
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 IIL is the leading provider of training products and consulting
  services in project management. IIL's PM Curriculum provides a
  systematic, process-oriented approach that covers every aspect of
  project management

 Registered Education Provider (REP) is an organization
  approved by PMI® to issue Professional Development Units (PDU)
  for its training courses.

 Projects are critical to the success of any organization. They are the
  activities that result in new or changed products, services,
  environments, processes and organizations
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