Peter Norris | Project Management

January 22, 2014 § Leave a comment

3 Distinct elements:
1. Design phase
2. Execution phase
3. Implementation phase

Design Phase.
This covers all aspects related to the design.

  • Research
  • Idea Generation
  • Design Concept(s)
  • Design Embodiment
  • Technical Completion

Execution Phase
This covers all aspects related to the completion and production of the design.

  • Technical Completion
  • Production Issues – print, 3D aspects, moving image, etc
  • Delivery

Implementation Phase
This covers all aspects related to the design and production once it is out in the public domain.

When undertaking planning, always work backwards.

1 man hour = what one man can do in an hour (reasonably)
1man day = 8 man hours
1 man week = 5 man days = 40 man hours
1 man month = 4 man weeks = 20 man days = 160 man hours

Consider:

  • Holliday
  • Sickness
  • Time of year

Recognise that your staff (including you) need a break.
Ensure that you build in leeway.

“Britons Work to Live
Americans Live to Work”

 

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