mais on dit… Gestion de projet : les grandes phases Les grandes phases d'un projet Tout projet passe par 4 grandes phases : La phase d'avant-projet Permet de passer de l'idée initiale au projet formalisé. Cette phase doit aboutir à la décision du maître d'ouvrage de démarrer ou non le projet. La phase de définition du projet C'est la mise ne place du projet. Cette phase doit permettre d'organiser le projet et de définir les outils de gestion associés à son déroulement. La phase de réalisation du projet C'est la conduite du projet, pour le chef de projet, c'est la phase de pilotage. Le chef de projet de piloter le projet en fonction du référentiel élaboré lors de la phase de définition. La phase de capitalisation Un bilan doit être réalisé en fin de projet afin de capitaliser sur les savoir-faire et l'expérience acquise. Cette phase est trop souvent négligée, elle permet pourtant de s'améliorer sur la gestion des prochains projets. Une autre vision des grandes phases d'un projet
Travail d'équipe The illustrated guide to a Ph.D. Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge: By the time you finish elementary school, you know a little: By the time you finish high school, you know a bit more: With a bachelor's degree, you gain a specialty: A master's degree deepens that specialty: Reading research papers takes you to the edge of human knowledge: Once you're at the boundary, you focus: You push at the boundary for a few years: Until one day, the boundary gives way: And, that dent you've made is called a Ph.D Of course, the world looks different to you now: So, don't forget the bigger picture: Keep pushing. There's a bit more below, but I also wrote a follow-up 5 years after the illustrated guide which may be of interest -- HOWTO: Get tenure. Related posts If you like these posts, then I recommend the book A PhD Is Not Enough Get it in print; fund students; save lives By request, a print version of The Illustrated Guide to a Ph.D. is on sale. Click here to preview or buy it. Why biology? License: Creative Commons Resources
5 minute management course Subject: 5 MINUTE MANAGEMENT COURSE Lesson 1: A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower, when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next-door neighbor. Before she says a word, Bob says, "I'll give you $800 to drop that towel." After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands naked in front of Bob. After a few seconds, Bob hands her $800 and leaves. The woman wraps back up in the towel and goes back upstairs. "Great!" Moral of the story: If you share critical information pertaining to credit and risk with your shareholders in time, you may be in a position to prevent avoidable exposure. Lesson 2: A priest offered a Nun a lift. The priest removed his hand. Arriving at the convent, the nun sighed heavily and went on her way. On his arrival at the church, the priest rushed to look up Psalm 129. Lesson 3: "Me first! "Me next! Lesson 4: Lesson 5: Lesson 6:
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