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Chore charts with ConceptDraw PRO

Chore charts with ConceptDraw PRO

Chore chart. Draw perfect-looking chore chart. Free chore chart samples. All about chore charts. Read more
"A project manager is the person responsible for accomplishing the stated project objectives. Key project management responsibilities include creating clear and attainable project objectives, building the project requirements, and managing the constraints of the project management triangle, which are cost, time, scope, and quality.
A project manager is often a client representative and has to determine and implement the exact needs of the client, based on knowledge of the firm they are representing. A project manager is the bridging gap between the production team and client. So he/she must have a fair knowledge of the industry they are in so that they are capable of understanding and discussing the problems with either party. The ability to adapt to the various internal procedures of the contracting party, and to form close links with the nominated representatives, is essential in ensuring that the key issues of cost, time, quality and above all, client satisfaction, can be realized.
The term and title 'project manager' has come to be used generically to describe anyone given responsibility to complete a project. However, it is more properly used to describe a person with full responsibility and the same level of authority required to complete a project. If a person does not have high levels of both responsibility and authority then they are better described as a project administrator, coordinator, facilitator or expeditor." [Project manager. Wikipedia]
The UML use case diagram example "Project administrator" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Rapid UML solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
UML use case diagram
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"A responsibility assignment matrix (RAM), also known as RACI matrix or ARCI matrix or linear responsibility chart (LRC), describes the participation by various roles in completing tasks or deliverables for a project or business process. It is especially useful in clarifying roles and responsibilities in cross-functional/departmental projects and processes.
RACI and ARCI are acronyms derived from the four key responsibilities most typically used: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed. ...
The matrix is typically created with a vertical axis (left-hand column) of tasks (e.g., from a work breakdown structure WBS) or deliverables (e.g., from a product breakdown structure PBS), and a horizontal axis (top row) of roles (e.g., from an organizational chart)" [Responsibility assignment matrix. Wikipedia]
The responsibility assignment matrix example "Central statistical office" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the solution "Seven Management and Planning Tools" from the Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Involvement matrix
Involvement matrix, role, person involvement matrix, involvement matrix, legend,
"A responsibility assignment matrix (RAM), also known as RACI matrix or ARCI matrix or linear responsibility chart (LRC), describes the participation by various roles in completing tasks or deliverables for a project or business process. It is especially useful in clarifying roles and responsibilities in cross-functional/departmental projects and processes.
RACI and ARCI are acronyms derived from the four key responsibilities most typically used: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed." [Responsibility assignment matrix. Wikipedia]
The involvement matrix example "Project participants involvement" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the solution Seven Management and Planning Tools from the Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Involvement matrix
Involvement matrix, role, person involvement matrix, involvement matrix, legend,
This arrow ring diagram sample was created on the base of the figure illustrating the webpage "Grant Life Cycle" from the Georgia College website. "Grant Life Cycle.
Define Opportunity: Funding opportunities can come from anywhere: databases, agency websites, professional publications or colleagues. GC subscribes to the database GRC. Federal grant opportunities can be found through Grants.gov.
Develop Proposal: Once an opportunity has been identified OGSP will do the following:
(1) Review the announcement for application requirements.
(2) Meet with the Principal Investigator (PI) to develop a project management plan.
(3) Work up a draft budget for PI approval.
(4) Complete the sponsor/required forms and budget justification to be included in the application.
Submit & Negotiate: Applications can only be submitted by GC or the GC Foundation. Once internal approval has been received, designated staff in the appropriate office will submit the application on behalf of the PI and institution. If awarded, the GC or Foundation personnel will review and negotiate acceptable terms and conditions to GC, GC Fdn and/or USG.
All of these are part of Pre-award services. ...
Award Setup: OGSP will review award documentation and assist all responsible parties with their roles and responsibilities during the grant. OGSP is available through the life of the award to provide support with any non-financial issues.
Manage Subawards: If subawards were identified at application, OGSP will issue the subaward using GC approved forms. If the need for a portion of the work to be completed by an outside entity is noted in the post-award phase, the Grants Compliance Manager will secure agency approval and then issue the subaward. OGSP will monitor the fiscal aspects of the subaward while the PI is responsible for the programmatic compliance.
Execute Project: OGSP continually monitors each grant for compliance with award terms & conditions. As legal representative, OGSP works with the PI and funder to expedite reports and resolve any issues that might arise.
Close Out Project: Once a grant has reached the end of the project period, all funders have requirements for final progress and financial reports. OGSP will work with the PI to make sure the progress report is submitted in a timely fashion and the Business & Finance completes the final invoices or report. The storage of the official project file is the responsibility of OGSP. All information and reports should be copied to the Grant Compliance Manager for inclusion in the official record." [gcsu.edu/grants/grantlifecycle.htm]
The arrow ring diagram example "Grant life cycle" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Target and Circular Diagrams solution from the Marketing area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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Arrow ring diagram
Arrow ring diagram, circular arrow diagram, circular motion diagram,