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  • Abiodun Fatoki Nigeria what will happen to a project if there are no investigation before planning
    2014-09-29 23:09:30

  • Segedin Dragan United Arab Emirates What will be if in investigation phase is not possible to have full visibility of all teams? For example for monitoring and final testings (in projects whose required this) as is part of last stage, maybe is not possible to have this resources as they are working on multiple projects as only their line manager will be involved in initial discussions. In meanwhile line manger should properly delegate and inform the resources once they will be available. I that case is potential gap that resources coming on Project in late stage can have own procedures of working or own parameters whose PM didn't introduced from very beginning. Also, this can make problems in defining of communication channels and their proper performances, so how to avoid this? The last is exit strategy whose probably is the weakest part from pre-sales contract and how to have it on the table if top-management from both sides believe that is "to early for that as pre-sales scope (with contract) is just finalised"?
    2014-09-27 23:09:32

  • Pascal Ricordeau France How to force people to formalize their work in all phases?
    2014-09-27 21:09:20

  • Adoni Tshibumbu Kazadi Namibia If this is the case, what can happen to these projects that undertake this Investigation phase simply because the call for proposal was lanched? and most of the time this is done by an unproffessional.
    2014-09-27 15:09:39

  • Baezl Eugene Kenya Can the the project brief change significantly once it is handed over to the project manager for implementation?
    2014-09-25 16:09:05

    • Adoni Tshibumbu Kazadi Namibia I think it can change, because there is a rule saying that,"A good plan is the one that is ready for possible change if necessary".
      2014-09-27 15:09:20
    • Sankaranand Balaradjou India yes it can thats why agile methodology is there. if the project brief brings value to business or product it can change
      2014-09-25 17:09:45
  • Lori Sheets United States of America Does the investigation phase involve preliminary planning and design?
    2014-09-25 01:09:27

    • Sankaranand Balaradjou India yes preliminary planning can be done
      2014-09-25 17:09:47
    • Baezl Eugene Kenya The strategic planner seems to do some of this preliminary planning. Please post more info on your question if you manage to find some.
      2014-09-25 16:09:19
  • Faustina Ethel Ametepe Ghana I think, it is after investigation that a project becomes a project. Investigation bring out the need for that project to be implemented. Can this be explained further?
    2014-09-23 18:09:27

  • Lynda Chioma Chibuko-Onyia Nigeria The initial commissioning of a project in phase I is a technique and procedure carried out to check, inspect and test the operational component of a project to see if it executable. it is could also be applicable in all phases of a project
    2014-09-23 08:09:39

  • Mohamed Abdikarin Somalia What is initial commision in phase one?
    2014-09-23 07:09:31

  • meer saifullah Pakistan what if after investigation in 2nd phase Design prepared been wrongly and no one in this project has found about it, how much production will be effected. & how much human life will be effected for the same project completion. regards Meer
    2014-09-22 11:09:14

  • Aung Kyaw Minn Myanmar What is initial commissioning of the project ?
    2014-09-19 17:09:54

  • Ahmad Alahmad Iraq If the project has been already assigned to our company to do/construct, what kind of investigation should the project manager do ?
    2014-09-18 09:09:57

  • Gnamini N'guessan Gilbert Cote D'Ivoire when a projet is define, what are the differents process required to achieve the investigation?
    2014-09-09 13:09:23

    • Artee Cewantee Ramkissoon Mauritius The process: Involves the initial commissioning of the project Involves the identification of the initial aim and goals Involves investigation into the possible ways the project could be completed Is undertaken by top level management or strategic planners
      2014-09-13 16:09:08
    • Robert Robert Nigeria When a project has been define, the different processes for investigation should be applied which are, the Pareto analysis and the causes and effect diagram tools
      2014-09-10 11:09:42
    • Gnamini N'guessan Gilbert Cote D'Ivoire the process of investigation includes the inital commissioning of the projet- the identification of the initial aim and goals of the projet- the investigation into the possible ways the projet can be achieved.
      2014-09-09 13:09:37
  • Gnamini N'guessan Gilbert Cote D'Ivoire tion The Question must be about: - Module: Project management methodology - Topic: Project management methodology: phase 1 - investigation Ask a Question Latest Questions ANNETTE ROBINSON United States of America Investigation is very important in any Project. It it feasible to compare to other companies/competitors? 2014-09-09 00:09:08 Reply myatsoe kyaw Myanmar is this phase is useful for project manager? 2014-09-06 06:09:35 Reply shady Maher Saudi Arabia Project management methodology: phase 1 - investigation involves what? 2014-09-04 19:09:43 Reply myatsoe kyaw Myanmar It is involved: - initial commissioning of the project - identification of the initial aim and goal - investigation into the possible ways the project could be completed - undertaken by top level management or strategic planners 2014-09-06 06:09:32 Namatovu Rose Uganda Involves research of what has been planned 2014-09-05 11:09:30 austin umezurike United Kingdom Project management methodology phase 1 has to do with investigation and planing of project and understanding the rudiments of the project however subject such business to the acknoledgement of the process data. If I do this, what. Is my expected out come or result? 2014-08-31 08:08:47 Reply Namatovu Rose Uganda Goals and aims are identified 2014-09-05 11:09:10 austin umezurike United Kingdom Establishment of a design 2014-08-31 08:08:16 George Fragos Greece investigation can be only done by top level management because they know how.. 2014-08-30 15:08:24 Reply Namatovu Rose Uganda the initial commissioning , identifying the initial aims and goals and investigating the project 2014-09-05 11:09:02 Evelyn Amawhe Nigeria Who is a strategic planner and how is their work different from a project manager 2014-08-28 19:08:52 Reply Ais Osa Nigeria How credible are the information gathered from an investigation? 2014-08-27 11:08:30 Reply Namatovu Rose Uganda Assigned resources,people , materials and equipment to activities 2014-09-05 11:09:14 Byabakama Brian Uganda mr Ais osa the information gathered during the investigation phase would be verified especially when the auditors are brought onto the project 2014-08-28 18:08:21 Clarice Tarkang Cameroon What is the best possible way to carry out an investigation such that it provides the necessary information you need before you begin the planning and design phase of the project? 2014-08-25 20:08:25 Reply shady Maher Saudi Arabia Tell me , what The Investigation needed to ? 2014-08-23 19:08:53 Reply Agadagba Pius Nigeria i believe the aim and goals of a Project should come before initial commissioning 2014-08-22 13:08:04 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan You are correct. 2014-08-22 18:08:24 Tesfaye Yalew Ethiopia Are the phases indicated under the "investigation" kept chronologically? If so how we could commission a project before we identify the initial aim and goals? What is the mere intent of the initial commissioning? 2014-08-20 13:08:05 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan Yes. I think the chronological is kept, because inital commissioning is like the first trial of piloting project through which changes will be made before the identification of initial aim and goals of the project. 2014-08-22 18:08:36 ARIHO SIMPLISIO Uganda what is identification in general? 2014-08-20 09:08:02 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan An identification is the process of finding out the background information about the project. 2014-08-22 18:08:04 Nabisinyo Winnie Uganda Need clarification on initial commissioning of the project 2014-08-15 10:08:45 Reply Valentine Micheal Ghana The word commissioning in the first place means starting, Now focusing it in what the investigation entails , would mean the preliminaries that would have to be done to be able to start the main project ... 2014-08-24 14:08:02 Zonair Saqib Pakistan once you decide what to do, so removal of hurdles like (demolition & removal of waste in construction) it comes in commissioning. So, before laying foundation first we need to get over is not needed. After it , actual work which could be precisely "commissioning" would start. Commissioning is like honing the essentials and removing the unnecessary. Hope so it would clear a bit of it. 2014-08-18 20:08:33 Glen Holmes Ireland The initial commissioning of a project is essentially the time when an individual or group are given the go ahead to undertake a part of/all of a project. At this stage authority is granted to perform certain duties, functions or actions. 2014-08-15 21:08:17 Claire Raines United Kingdom What is involved in the initial commissioning stage ? 2014-08-14 12:08:10 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan It involves execution of some actions as aproved by senior management to test whether it works or not. 2014-08-22 18:08:33 Saw Minyau Germany What are the levels of identification for project initial management? 2014-08-14 09:08:27 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan We have three mostly levels, there is identification at the field level by researchers then send to middle managers and then to top level of management of action and decision. 2014-08-22 18:08:23 Tata gilbert bojeme Cameroon why top level management? 2014-08-12 08:08:30 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan Because they are overall decision makers in the project. 2014-08-22 18:08:06 Gladys Mamle Gbadagbali Ghana what is meant by project commisioning 2014-08-11 16:08:53 Reply Gladys Mamle Gbadagbali Ghana can i get all the learning materials ? 2014-08-11 16:08:05 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan I think it is possible if you contact Alison support team after you try it and it doesn't work. 2014-08-22 18:08:28 Edith Oborney Lartey Ghana i also need it.downloading it is becoming difficult 2014-08-12 00:08:18 William Tonis United States of America Is the project sponsor considered a strategic planner? 2014-08-08 18:08:45 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan No, considered as donor. 2014-08-22 18:08:18 Janine Phillips Australia Why is investigation only done by top level management? Surely middle management or even operators who work on the projects are experienced in this decision making (and can take ownership)? 2014-08-08 06:08:21 Reply Yai Deng Yai South Sudan Because top management has the power to change thing that seems not be working well in the project. 2014-08-22 18:08:36 Topics Modules Text Notes Previous Next Project management methodology (Completed) Project Management Methodology what are the differents steps including the investigation phase? (Incomplete) Project management methodology: phase 2 - planning and design (Incomplete) Project management methodology: phase 3 - production (Incomplete) Project management methodology: phase 4 - evaluation and monitoring (Incomplete) Project management methodology revision My Progress 1% Rate The Course 4/5 1 2 3 4 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on print More Sharing Services 201
    2014-09-09 13:09:39

  • ANNETTE ROBINSON United States of America Investigation is very important in any Project. It it feasible to compare to other companies/competitors?
    2014-09-09 00:09:08

    • Robert Robert Nigeria yes it is, especially when you are working with a partner organization in a particular project, in such situation you can compare companies or competitors.
      2014-09-10 11:09:54
  • myatsoe kyaw Myanmar is this phase is useful for project manager?
    2014-09-06 06:09:35

  • shady Maher Saudi Arabia Project management methodology: phase 1 - investigation involves what?
    2014-09-04 19:09:43

    • myatsoe kyaw Myanmar It is involved: - initial commissioning of the project - identification of the initial aim and goal - investigation into the possible ways the project could be completed - undertaken by top level management or strategic planners
      2014-09-06 06:09:32
    • Namatovu Rose Uganda Involves research of what has been planned
      2014-09-05 11:09:30
  • austin umezurike United Kingdom Project management methodology phase 1 has to do with investigation and planing of project and understanding the rudiments of the project however subject such business to the acknoledgement of the process data. If I do this, what. Is my expected out come or result?
    2014-08-31 08:08:47

    • Namatovu Rose Uganda Goals and aims are identified
      2014-09-05 11:09:10
    • austin umezurike United Kingdom Establishment of a design
      2014-08-31 08:08:16
  • George Fragos Greece investigation can be only done by top level management because they know how..
    2014-08-30 15:08:24

    • Namatovu Rose Uganda the initial commissioning , identifying the initial aims and goals and investigating the project
      2014-09-05 11:09:02
  • Evelyn Amawhe Nigeria Who is a strategic planner and how is their work different from a project manager
    2014-08-28 19:08:52

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