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karma

Karma calculation:

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Project initiation

The aim is first of all to verify and put exactly the assumptios for the introducing the project into the portfolio and to determine the project strategy.

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5

Risk deduction

Risk deduction is the the sum of the expected values of the risks for the given variant of the project realization (Provided that all variants are independent and can arise all together).

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Time scheduling

Time scheduling is a project manager’s and project team task, belonging to the project manager’s task group: project time management.

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5

Project origination

Project origination is a group of processes, beginning through perceiving the necessity to solve some problem or to use some opportunity of the permanent organization and ending through the decision to include or not to include the project to the portfolio of projects and programs of the permanent or-ganization.

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10

Relaxation

Relaxation is the project manager’s social competence to shave the tension in complicated situations.

Lesson
15

Bottom-up estimating

The project managers confident in their experience with similar projects are often using top-down estimating based on analogous projects. The problems arise if the results need to be adjusted to a new project. The bottom-up estimating leads to greater accuracy.

Lesson
20

Integrated Master Plan

Integrated Master Plan (IMP) is an event-based, top level plan, consisting of a hierarchy of program events. It provides assistance in the scheduling of work efforts in complex materiel acquisitions.

Question
61

How to motivate people?

Hello colleagues, I would like to ask question or rather open discussion on topic, which I suppose happens in a life of the PM.

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20

MOTIVATION

Motive is a need that requires satisfaction. Motivation is the reason for people's actions, willingness and goals. An individual's motivation may be inspired by others or events (extrinsic motivation) or it may come from within the individual (intrinsic motivation).

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5

Risk management

At any level, project managers and teams need be on a constant lookout for potential risks and plan to avoid or mitigate the impact of these risks, altogether. The common problem is the ignoration of the project opportunities.

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10

Cost-Benefit Analysis

How is it possible to analyze successful the economic effects of the planned project especially in the public sector where no markets exist to provide this information "authomatically"? In the private sector this problem exists also, especially if there are grounds to mistrust the signals provided by market prices: for example in the case of competitions were the inputs are underpriced or outputs are overpriced.

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5

Critical thinking

Most of people are not thinking, but reacting and following a series of responses that they’ve either been told or learned. The people sometimes can be on autopilot, but they better know how to switch it off.

Question
20

PM skills

Hi, I would like to ask you What project management skills do I need to manage a project?

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5

Planning deviation

Typical human behaviour connected with the project planning is to underrate the estimates of time, costs and project assumptions, needed for some activity.

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5

Perceptual logic

The perceptual logic is one from the grounds why project managers often fail in communication, problem solving and in the decision making.

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5

Project triage

The aim of the project triage is to use rationally the resources, which usually are not sufficient for parallel solving of all project manager’s problems.

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5

FIDIC

The procuror asks the project manager to prepare the project contract according to FIDIC.

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5

Facilitation

The negotiation with the project owner fails because of different views how to solve a serious problem with the project.

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5

Eristic

The contractor for the project, where I am a project manager, often dis-putes my arguments rather then searching for truth.

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5

Business processes

To ensure that the project manager operates purposeful and effectively, he/she must adjust the project management to the business processes of the perma-nent organization, generating the part of the project microenvironment.

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15

Personal communication

The discussion partner does not leave adequate space for the speaking person. This can have more reasons: the partner is trying to gain attention, or to manifest the dominance or simply has not other possibility to intervene into the conversation.

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5

The stage plan

I was appointed as the manager of the complex project. The elder colleague advised me to prepare a „stage plan“, but he did not have time to explain to me, what is it.

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15

Project origination

I would like to start a new project in our organization, but the poor title is not sufficient to start the project. I am not a member of the management - what should I do?

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25

Unprepared stakeholders

The stakeholders are not prepared for some disruptions in their organisations and private life, following the implementation of the project results.

Question
4

Project storage

How to create a proper storage of all needed project materials, documents, information to make sure in event if someone from the project team leaves, we have all we need at hand.

Lesson
11

project schedule

The identification and structuring of some components of a project is not clear enough to convert the starting or interim project schedule into an optimised master schedule.

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5

Results orientation

Project manager doesn’t prioritize problems, challenges, obstacles and the resources needed to solve them to obtain optimal outcome for all stakeholders.

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6

Resourcefulness

The team members cannot apply various ways of thinking to define, analyse and find al-ternative solutions for challenges and problems in projects and programmes.

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5

Conflict and crisis

The project manager is unable to solve disagreements, resulting from unexpected changes in project environment or from different opinions of the stakeholders.

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6

Teamwork

Issues in teambuilding due to technical and economic difficulties, cultural and educational differences, different interests and working styles.

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0

Culture and values

The culture and values of the project’s provider often differ from the culture and values of the project sponsor’s organisation and other project stakeholders.

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