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Plan Making

AICP Exam Prep HCC - Plan Making and Implementation 3

Project and Program Management how to be in charge of a project, work with a team, negotiation skills and communication, complete project on time and within budget
Steps in Project Management plan project, initiate project, execute or implement project, control project, close project
Plan Project show how it will be completed within budget and on time
Initiate Project select project team and explain responsibilities and expectations
Control Project learn what aspects occur as planned and what obstacles have been encountered - revise as needed
Close Project with appropriate programming and budgeting reports
Dimensions of Program Management communicating with teams and stakeholders, organizing information on actions and expenditures, focus team on delivery of product, enable team to do their jobs
Gantt Chart scheduling technique that organizes and allocates time among various tasks - each task on 1 row, time period in columns - horizontal bars represent time allotted for each task
Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT) shows how different tasks are related - depicts tasks and duration of tasks using forked lines - used to reallocate resources among tasks to keep project on time and in budget
Critical Path Method (CPM) similar to PERT - shows what tasks must be completed before another task may happen - used to model activities as a network and show which activities are critical to project
Decision Matrix uses a table with alternatives in the rows and impact factors in the columns - factors are weighted and different outcomes are compared
Goals Achievement Matrix (GAM) chart which shows anticipated attainment of project's goal and distribution of that attainment among community groups - column for each objective and row for each group
Cost Effectiveness Analysis focuses on a single objective and a project's effectiveness with respect to that objective - used when two or more projects achieve same objective
Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) compares what a community gains from the project to what the community must forego to achieve it - benefits=4000, costs=3000, B/C ratio=1.33 - anything over 1 = good
Cost Revenue Analysis (CRA) systematic comparison of two money flows - amount on sector of community is paying into treasury through taxes, cost of services govt providing to that sector
CRA is not CBA (Ex. education) CRA=costs assigned to land uses causing costs to be incurred without measuring benefits(houses that have children in school), CBA=deals with benefits of education (by children being taught and by others received indirectly from more productive population)
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