Resources Available to a Project Manager (People (Tester (Responsible for…
Resources Available to a Project Manager
Raising standards of Teaching and Learning at QE
Amount of students enrolled and on what courses
You need to know how many students are enrolled to determine if standards are high - used with grades to see what % of student got high grades
What is the point of good grades if students are unhappy at QE? Student happiness and reviews are often better than grade %'s when enrolling new students.
Are the teachers fulfilling student needs and doing their best to ensure high standards?
Liverpool - Hull HS3 Railway
Costs to build and maintain the railway - will ticket prices have to rise to cover the costs?
Environmental effects of building a new railway between major cities
Population - their demand for better/more railways
Transport services - are there railways and major motorways near the airport for travellers to use to get to and from the airport?
Distance from other airports - is it far enough from other airports to warrant the building of another? Would funds be better used to expand current airports?
Is it somewhere people are willing to travel to and from (Tourism? Work?)
Responsible for testing early prototypes to ensure that the system is working as intended and to test for bugs with the system.
The operator could include those who have purchased the software on an individual basis but often in businesses its those who use the system/software to carry out their work. This can include teachers, system administrators, receptionists etc.
Those responsible for actually creating the software and system as well as the maintenance of already implemented software and systems to ensure functionality.
The customer/end user are those who will actually use the software or system in real world situations and on daily a basis. The customer could also be the organisation which purchases and implements the system or software.
To design and manage databases used throughout the development and maintenance of the systems to ensure the data is secure, usable by the correct people and organised.
To analyse old and the new systems to identify issues and good features of systems for implementation in the new/modified system.
To follow all phases of development to ensure the project is undertaken efficiently and that funding, personnel and resources are allocated correctly.
Resources (printers, computers, paper etc).
Printer (to print any paper copies of work)
Projector (team meetings)
Desktop or Laptop (to work on)
Project Management Software
Upload files quickly and easily from various areas (cloud or local files)
Create deadlines and choose who to notify.
Upload files which all members can access.
Invite members via Gmail to work on the project.
Due to being integrated in Gmail the project can be accessed from any smart device or computer.
Create 'lists' which can display all pending, currently worked on and completed tasks.
Create project tasks and assign them.
Track progress in each assignment.
Creates budgets based on assignment work and resource costs. Automatically calculates the costs.