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  Weiss & Wysocky, 1992. Sustainable Project Management, 2005 5-Phase Project Management  Weiss & Wysocky, 1992. Sustainable Project Management, 2005 5-Phase Project Management   What is a Project? ã Complex and numerous activities. ã Unique  –   a one-time set of events ã Finite  –   with a begin and end date. ã Limited resources and budget ã Many people involved, usually across several functional areas in the organizations. ã Sequenced activities. ã Goal-oriented. ã End product or service must result.  Weiss & Wysocky, 1992. Sustainable Project Management, 2005 5-Phase Project Management   What is a Project Management? ã PLANNING ã INVOLVES THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CLEAR AND PRECISE OBJECTIVES IN ORDER TO REACH A FINAL, STATED GOAL ã ORGANIZING ã ASSEMBLY OF NECESSARY RESOURCES FOR CARRYING OUT THE WORK DEFINED IN THE PLAN ã CONTROLLING ã MONITOR AND MAINTAIN AS THE PROJECT PROGRESSES ã CHANGE ã INSTITUTING MECHANISMS NEEDED FOR SITUATIONS THAT REQUIRE CHANGE  Weiss & Wysocky, 1992. Sustainable Project Management, 2005 5-Phase Project Management   The 5-Phase Method   The 5-Phase Method contains specific steps that expand the general process into a detailed set of procedures. ã 1. Define (5 Action Steps) ã 2 Plan (5 Action Steps) ã 3. Organize (5 Action Steps) ã 4. Control (5 Action Steps) ã 5. Close (5 Action Steps) 1 & 2 = Planning; 3, 4 & 5 = Implementation

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