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Business Planning & Project Management

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Business Planning & Project Management

BBA (Pune) Sem-VI

Author : Shubhangi Kulkarni

Book ID : 1347

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1.    Planning

1.1   Introduction

1.2   Meaning

1.3   Definitions

1.4   Nature and characteristics of planning

1.5   Objectives of planning

1.6   Importance of planning

1.7   Advantages of Planning

1.8   Limitations of planning

1.9   Steps in planning process

1.10  Essentials of a good planning

1.11  Obstacles in effective planning

1.12  Planning premises

2.    Planning Forecasting

2.1   Planning forecasting

2.2   Forecasting Process

2.3   Importance of forecasting

2.4   Areas scope of forecasting

2.5   Forecasting techniques/Types/ Methods

2.6   Advantages of forecasting

2.7   Disadvantages of forecasting

2.8   Difference between forecasting and planning

3.    Project management

3.1   Project

3.2   Why project management?

3.3   Project Life-Cycle

3.4   Project management maturity

3.5   Project selection and criteria of choice

3.6   The nature of project selection models

3.7   Types of project selection models

3.8   Project portfolio process (PPP)

3.9   Project proposals

4.    Project manager

4.1   Introduction

4.2   Project management and the project manager

4.3   special demands on the project manager

4.4   Selecting the project manager

4.5   Problems of cultural differences

4.6   Impact of institutional environments

4.7   Project organisation

4.8   The project as part of the functional organisation

4.9   Pure project organisation

4.10  The matrix organisation

4.11  Choosing an organisational form

4.12  The project team

5.    Project planning

5.1   Introduction

5.2   The nature of negotiation

5.3   Partnering, chartering and change

5.4   Conflict and the project life cycle

5.5   Estimating Project Budgets

5.6   Improving the process of cost estimation

6.    Network Techniques of PERT and CPM

6.1   Introduction

6.2   Suitability of PERT and CPM

6.2   Risk analysis using simulation with crystal ball 2000

6.3   Critical Path Method - Crashing a Project

6.4   The Resource Allocation Problem

6.5   Resource Loading

6.6   Resource Leveling

6.7   Constrained Resource Scheduling

6.8   The Planning – Monitoring – Controlling Cycle

6.9   Information Needs and the Reporting Process

6.9   Report Types

6.9   Meetings

6.10  Earned Value Analysis

6.11  Fundamental Purposes of Control

6.12  Three types of Control Process

6.13  Comments on the Design of Control Systems

6.14  Control As a Function of Management

7.    Purposes of evaluation – goals of the system

7.1   Introduction

7.2   The Project Audit

7.3   construction and use of the audit report

7.4   The project audit life cycle

7.5   Some essentials of an audit/evaluation

7.6   The varieties of project termination

7.7   When to terminate a project?

7.8   The termination process 

 

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