Project Management Information Systems (PMIS) For The Bridge Splay And Closure Phase
Software packages are available that may integrate or combine some or all components necessary for a PMIS such as project scheduling software, databases for querying data, spreadsheets for data analysis, word processing software, messaging software for electronic distribution, multimedia tools for audio and video, web authoring tools, accounting software, software development tools and charting software (Knutson, J 2001, p.246).
Data and document management is facilitated by PMIS as it allows the creation, …show more content…
This diagram shows the PMIS at its highest level and is used to indicate the flow of information between stakeholders and the activities and documents used in the …show more content…
The project manager should meet with clients and stakeholders to identify critical success factors, which may be based on past critical failures, and establish metrics to measure these factors and provide the basis for review throughout the project (Kerzner, H, 2014, pp.17, 25).
Vitally important to successful projects is consideration of managerial, behavioural, and organization issues in addition to critical success factors from the ten-factor model that includes the project mission, management support, project schedule and plans, client consultation, personnel, technical tasks, client acceptance, monitoring and feedback, communication, and troubleshooting (Pinto, J 1998, ch.23).
The top five Critical Success Factors (CSF) for the project were endorsed by stakeholders during the preparation of the business case and are as follows:
1. Safety of staff – no injuries or