7 Regulations Submodel Project Management
7 Regelungen Submodell Projektmanagement
The regulations of Submodel Project Management (PM) have no impact at all on organizational definitions. The V-Model does not include regulations about how the activities of submodel PM have to be executed in a project by a person or how they are allocated to which organizational units.
Activities of submodel PM refer to the following objects:
PM1 - Project Initialization
The project-related activities are tasks that, as a rule, are only realized once in a project. They comprise, among other things, the generation of the project order, of the Project Manual, of the Project Plan, and writing the Final Project Report.
The activities with regard to the placement comprise preparation and realization of placements/procurements as well as supervision that the terms of contract are fulfilled.
- Planning Section
Detailed planning for individual planning sections that have to be specified with regard to the project is realized in the project. If necessary, cost/benefit analyses and phase reviews must be realized within the scope of individual planning sections.
- Periodically Required Activities
Periodically required activities comprise, among others, risk management, project supervision and control, information service, and reporting.
- Job Section
Job sections are the smallest reference points in submodel PM. The level of job sections also includes the definition of work orders, training/instruction, staff training and provisioning the required resources.
PM2 - Placement/ Procurement
PM3 - Contractor Management
PM4 - Detailed Planning
PM5 - Cost/Benefit Analysis
PM6 - Phase Review
PM7 - Risk Management
PM8 - Project Control
PM9 - Information Service/Reporting
PM10 - Training/Instruction
PM11 - Supplying Resources
PM12 - Allocation of Work Orders
PM13 - Staff Training
PM14 - Project Completion
Figure 7.1: Overview of Functions in Submodel PM
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