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Case Study of PMCS Implementation/Tools - Advanced LIGO:  Case Study of PMCS Implementation/Tools - Advanced LIGO An Example Of Implementation In Progress Prepared by Thomas Frey, CCC, PMP Presentation Outline:  Presentation Outline Introduction Value to Stakeholders PMCS Implementation General Practice Model System Tools LIGO Lab Criteria Why CPM A Case Study of Scheduling Tools MS Project vs. Primavera Project Planner Real World Example of Tool Use Conclusion References Introduction:  Introduction My Background. Focus of the Presentation. Not the Focus of the Presentation. Topic Definition Speaker Background:  Speaker Background Thomas L. Frey, CCC, PMP Experience : 12 Yrs. Work Experience in Project Control Systems. Education : BS Degree Project Mgmt. Purdue University at West Lafayette, IN. Present : Working at LIGO Lab out of the Business Office. Comments andamp; Additional Info.: [email protected] ; www.ligo.caltech.edu/~tfrey/ Focus of Presentation:  Focus of Presentation Focus of this presentation is: to explain the elements of the implementation process. to explain the why it is best to choose CPM tools. to outline the tools being used by LIGO. to present the project structure being used by LIGO. to present a real world example of how the tools benefited LIGO and a collaborator. To discuss some future / proposed tool selections by LIGO. FOCUS of Presentation is NOT…:  FOCUS of Presentation is NOT… The focus of this presentation is not: to discuss the pros and cons or history of CSC Criteria. to discuss the origin of EV Analysis. to suggest that EV Analysis / Reporting is a panacea. to dictate specific means or methods. to imply that EV Analysis has to be implemented on all projects. To suggest that the tools LIGO uses, are the only options. Topic Definition:  Topic Definition What is implementation? CARRY OUT, ACCOMPLISH; especially : to give practical effect to and ensure of actual fulfillment by concrete measures to provide instruments or means of expression for. Topic Definition Con’t:  Topic Definition Con’t What is an Project Management Control System? A M.I.S. that... Determines project status. Makes a comparison of project status to planning. Provides information regarding corrective action. Manages the change process. May or may not implement Earned Value Analysis. Topic Definition Con’t:  Topic Definition Con’t What is Implementation of a Project Management Control System? A M.I.S. that... To give practical effect… PMCS that provides useful information. Actual fulfillment by concrete measures…. PMCS that provides quantifiable benefit to project. Provide instruments or means of expression PMCS that has meaningful output. Slide10:  Still a form of Estimating! This is a combination of cost estimation and time estimation. Both come with inaccuracies in the form of allowable variances. Allowable has to be defined by the management team and accepted. Variances will always be directly proportional to the quality and quantity of data available. Topic Definition Con’t Value to Stakeholders:  Define Stakeholders Define the Value of PMCS. Objections / Misconceptions Value to Stakeholders Value to Stakeholders:  Who are the stakeholders? Anyone associated with the project or a benefactor of the project. 'Product of the Project' Nee to have stakeholders at the highest levels in the organization that recognize the value of project controls. Value to Stakeholders Value to Stakeholders:  What kind of stakeholders? Anyone that works in a project environment. Product independent. Any process (Industry) can be accommodated. Value to Stakeholders Value to Stakeholders:  Value? Better decision making regarding corrective actions. Better Resource Analysis. Better Cost / Schedule Risk Analysis. Can use for justifying schedule and cost impact due to changes. Value to Stakeholders Value to Stakeholders:  Objections / Misconceptions? Too complicated. Makes us look bad. (Shoot the Messenger) Micro Management. We don’t need to control costs and resources. (?) (Ostrich Management Style) Can’t afford the expertise. Value to Stakeholders Value to Stakeholders:  Value? (Bottom Line) Better Project Control, Better Budget Use! Better Project Value. Value to Stakeholders PMCS ImplementationGeneral Practice:  PMCS Implementation General Practice Implementation Process Basic System Elements Criteria of LIGO Lab Program Model General Practices – Implementation:  General Practices – Implementation SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) Recon (Needs Analysis) The process of learning your customers unique business processes and determining how you can apply your knowledge of software tools to improve the management of those processes. Development The process designing and creating the solution for the customer. Training and Procedures The process of teaching your customers champions and staff how to use the developed solution and documenting how to use it. Pilot Project (i1) This is the preliminary phase of implementation and is a test of how well the developed solution will meet the expectations of the customers and users. Rollout / Handover (i2) This is the final phase of implementation and is a process of incorporating the changes to meet the expectations of the customers and users; and handing the system over to the customer. Support andamp; Maintenance The process of tech support, continued education, continued improvement, and follow through. General Practices – System Elements:  General Practices – System Elements Elements of the PMCS WBS, tailored for effective management control. OBS, define the organizational elements in which work will be planned and controlled. Provide for integration with accounting systems. Schedule methodology used should describe sequence of scope and identify sequencing that meets the requirements of the program. Establish budgets for the scope and identify significant cost elements as needed for management control. Establish and maintain a budget loaded baseline schedule, against which program performance can be measured. General Practices – System Elements:  General Practices – System Elements Elements of the PMCS At least on a monthly basis, reconcile any deviations that are not performance related. At least on a monthly basis, generate Comparison of the amount of planned budget and the amount of budget earned for work accomplished. This comparison provides the schedule variance At least on a monthly basis, generate comparison of the amount of the budget earned and the actual direct costs for the same work. This comparison provides the cost variance At least on a monthly basis, generate the significant differences between both planned and actual schedule performance and planned and actual cost performance, and provide the reasons for the variances. General Practices – System Elements:  General Practices – System Elements Elements of the PMCS (EVMS) Estimates / Budget Generation Accounting / Procurement Planning, Scheduling, and Performance Measurement Doc. Control / QAQC / Change Requests Actuals Changes General Practices – System Elements:  General Practices – System Elements Tools and software work on a database concept. To make data integrate, common field values must exist to join data. For example: Activity IDs Code Fields WBS Values Cost Accounts Cost Categories Resource IDs Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Slide25:  Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Slide27:  Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Slide29:  Note: the value '2011' is common. Slide30:  Note: the value '40111' is common. Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Slide32:  This value is used as a unique resource ID and populates the resource dictionary for planning. This value is used as a FTE value for making head counts and evaluating resource usage. Resource Database:  Resource Database Resource ID is as follows: EN = Engineer B2 = NSF Code for Technical Staff. We are changing this to be a specialty code and will move the NSF code to a data field. CT = Organization Code for Caltech. 02 = Unique Counter Resource database also performs the following solutions for LIGO: OBS – Organizational Breakdown Live data link that drives the LIGO Roster and LSC roster on the Web. We are creating an Email / Reporting Utility on the web that will allow managers to generate email lists and resource reports. Resource reports can be run by department, supervisor, discipline, and / or specialty. Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Requirements:  Requirements What Classification of Estimate: Conceptual Based on some for of technical capability roughly defined. Rough sketch of system. Variance +50% to +100% ROM (Rough Order of Magnitude) Similar to a conceptual estimate and usually based upon some historical factors from a similar system. Variance +25% to +75% Unit Cost Estimate Based upon historical cost and known units. Variance -5% to +25% Bottoms Up (Detailed Estimate) This is the process of developing cost by counting units and quantifying labor. Variance -5% to +20% Slide36:  Slide37:  Slide38:  Slide39:  Slide40:  Slide41:  Slide42:  Slide43:  Slide44:  Activity Sheet Header Slide45:  Activity Sheet Takeoff Area Slide46:  Cost Extension Area Slide47:  Risk and Cost Totals Slide48:  Labor Summary (FTEs) Slide49:  Slide50:  Slide51:  Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Schedule Development:  Schedule Development Data collection done using what ever method it takes. Tools used by scientists and engineers: MS Project (98, 2000, 2002, and ver. 4 for MAC) NOTE: MS Project 98 and ver. 4 for MAC are not backward compatible with 2000 or 2002. Excel Spreadsheets Text Files Sketches on Paper I do them. Slide54:  Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Slide55:  Level 4 Slide56:  Level 5 Criteria for LIGO Lab:  Criteria for LIGO Lab Use of a Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Follow a defined project life cycle and structure. Cost Codes that are linked to a WBS Resource planning by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool Cost Estimating Plan Cost Estimating Tool User Procedure Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Schedule Development Example reports for pilot projects LASTI 40-Meter Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – Program Model Output from P3 (Primavera Project Planner) Planning for Performance Measurement:  Planning for Performance Measurement At what level do you cost load the schedule? WBS Level is where we collect actual cost. Cost Book Activity Sheet is where we load the estimate. Schedule Activity level is where we measure progress that determines the earned value. Performance Evaluation is executed at the rollup level for the WBS. ACWP BCWS BCWP Schedule Variance Cost Variance Planning for Performance Measurement:  Planning for Performance Measurement Planning for Performance Measurement:  Planning for Performance Measurement Planning for Performance Measurement:  Planning for Performance Measurement Slide62:  Slide63:  Progress Data Collection:  Progress Data Collection Primavera Project Planner comes with a built in free ware program called Post Office. Using a built in feature within the application you can create a mail attachment that contains the activities to be updated. Another option is using Excel spreadsheets. These can be easily imported. Criteria for LIGO Lab – The Tools:  Criteria for LIGO Lab – The Tools For Planning and Scheduling we are using Primavera Project Planner. This provides: Traditional WBS (Work Break Down Structure) Use of defined project life cycle and structure. Uses Cost Codes Resource Dictionary by Discipline. – Resource Pool Listing by Discipline Reporting capability at any level within the WBS Earned Value Analysis - AKA Variance Analysis. – For Cost data development and integration we are using MS Access. This provides: Cost and Schedule Integration. – LIGO II Cost Book Tool on the Web. Resource Data control and maintenance Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) What elements make CPM work. Sample Plan Why MS Project is not true CPM. Primavera Project Planner – True CPM tool. Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) Elements of CPM Uses activity logic. Most common application is precedence format. Calculation algorithm uses forward and backward pass. Tool provides critical path. Provides information regarding float, free float, early dates and late dates. Allows negative float as a means for quantifying delays. Actual Cost can exceed budget. (Negative Cost and Schedule Variances) Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) From J. Lewis See References Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) From J. Lewis See References Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) From J. Lewis See References Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) Sample Project Yard Project. We will show this sample project in MS Project and P3. We will show how progress is represented in each case. We will evaluate the application of constraints. Haul Away Trash has a finish no later than date of June 19, 2003. Using days as time unit for this exercise. From J. Lewis See References Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) Primavera Project Planner: Logic Diagram Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) Primavera Project Planner: Schedule Views NOTE: Progress shows negative float indicating the amount of delay and forecasting an early finish later than the planned finish. Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) Microsoft Project 2002 : Logic Diagram Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) MS Project 2002: Schedule Views NOTE: Progress does not show negative float indicating the amount of delay and the forecast finish has not changed to reflect the delay. Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology):  Why CPM (Critical Path Methodology) CPM, With Out A Doubt. CPM tool provides clear quantifiable data regarding delay. Forecasts a new finish date based upon known progress. Basis for making corrective action to recover delay. Real World Example:  Real World Example Working with a LIGO Lab collaborator preparing a proposal we were asked to help. We will discuss how LIGO Lab used the tools available to provide the following: Detailed Cost Estimate Detailed Schedule Cost Loaded Schedule Cost Profiles with Escalation Real World Example:  Real World Example Using the Cost Book Tool, we coded the cost sheets that represented the collaborator’s scope. Using MS Access and the data, we applied the collaborator's cost rules and labor rates. We also provided cost data by institution for the collaborator. Real World Example:  Real World Example Real World Example:  Real World Example Using the schedule, we coded the tasks that represent the collaborator’s scope. Using the cost book Access database, we cost loaded the schedule and generated cost profiles. Real World Example:  Real World Example Using the cost loaded schedule, we exported the cost profile data to a spread sheet in base year dollars. Using MS Excel, we generated a cost profile by GB Fiscal Years and applied an escalation rate. Conclusion:  Conclusion Keep Sharp, Beat Your Budget! PMCS, PMIS, or EV MIS(s) offer greater PM value to stakeholders (customers and clients). EV Analysis, when implemented with integrity, offers the best method for identifying project areas of concern. EV Reports and Graphs can quickly communicate to stakeholders the status of the project. EV is a method with a proven track record. It is not an experiment. When executed on at least a monthly basis, it will provide the information needed for management to make good decisions. References:  References Lewis, James P.. 'PROJECT PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND CONTROL'. Irvin Professional Publishing, 1995. ISBN 1-55738-869-5 Lewis, James P.. 'FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT'. AMACOM Publishing, 1995. ISBN 0-8144-7835-2 Project Management Institute, 'Project Body of Knowledge', AKA. PMBOK. PMI, Four Campus Blvd., Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299, USA., 1996. ISBN: 1-880410-12-5 Earned Value Management Web Site: http://www.acq.osd.mil/pm/ Slide84:  THE END Case Study of PMCS Implementation/Tools - Advanced LIGO

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