Strategic master programme, Risk Management

The project life cycle programme from the outline planning permission through subsequent scrutiny, design, tender, construction, commissioning and handover. It should justify and report on the access and phasing rationale.

Guidelines

The objective of this element is to identify and rationalise the logic, sequence, duration and resource of strategic activities relevant to the whole life cycle of activities from application including buildings and infrastructure for contractors and consultants

  • Consider all activities within Phase 1 and 2 (0-10 years) assuming a start end March 2010, with an application for planning.  March 2020 is a flexible end date.
  • Provide bar chart with no more than 40 activities to include strategic activities (not construction detail) across life cycle of 2 phases
  • Show key critical logic links eg in linked bar chart
  • Format attractively to be a communication tool with headings and notes
  • Do not need to use a formal PM software, but can do if you are comfortable with it. 
  • You are advised to annotate your diagram and may show as many ,milestones as you like
  • Indicate phasing (shown in the phasing document in the HP folder which you may question if you have a rationalised reason for doing so).
  • it is necessary not to exceed 2 sheets of A4 paper

The Crit presentation will provide the master programme, other descriptive or graphical tools and also a stand alone report of how you have managed the constraints. 

Your report needs to rationalise your choices, show the time constraints and to critically assess the most difficult interfaces between projects and the university objectives in each phase. Show critical evaluation of managing time and resources to reach targets

In the appendix you will draw up

  • a linked bar chart or similar technique
  • Any other flow chart or descriptive notes
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