It planning

Description

  • Information and Technology take too long to adjust plans in order to obtain business needs. By the time Information and Technology is prepared, some crucial opportunities are gone and the plans are antiquated. Information and Technology don't have the means to understand how it currently supports business strategies. Information and Technology’s capabilities are their associated costs, benefits, and risks. Business needs are not mapped out. Additionally, information gathering and number crunching prevent the process from working evenly.

Description

  • Planning and development guidelines assist regions, program divisions, health service boards, agency managers and consultants in establishing a consistent approach and proceeding to management areas, planning, designing and implementing all capital investment projects regardless of size, cost, complexity and source of funds.
  • The guidelines are intended as guidelines rather than mandatory requirements. The mandatory requirements are contained in the policies and legislation applying to the planning, building and development industry.
  • Project planning is part of the capital investment cycle as set out in the Capital Project Life-cycle. It is concerned with the establishment of business needs and all pre-planning involved in developing a capital project.

Infrastructure Planning

Systems Assessment

Description

  • Assessment is a key component of nursing practice, required for planning and provision of patient and family centred care. The Nursing ad Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) in the national competency standard for registered nurses that state “The registered nurse assesses, plans, implements and evaluates nursing care in collaboration with individuals and the multidisciplinary health care team to achieve goals and health outcomes."

Description

  • A business case captures the reasoning for initiating a project or task. It is often presented in a well-structured written document, but could sometimes come in the form of a short verbal argument or presentation. The logic of the business case is that, whenever resources such as money or effort are consumed, they should be in support of a specific business need. An example could be that a software upgrade might improve system performance, but the "business case" is that better performance would improve customer satisfaction, require less task processing time, or reduce system maintenance costs. A compelling business case adequately captures both the quantifiable and non-quantifiable characteristics of a proposed project. The business case depends on business attitude and business volume.
  • Business cases can range from comprehensive and highly structured, as required by formal project management methodologies, to informal and brief. The information included in a formal business case could be the background of the project, the expected business benefits, the options considered (with reasons for rejecting or carrying forward each option), the expected costs of the project, gap analysis and the expected risks. Consideration should also be given to the option of doing nothing including the costs and risks of inactivity. From this information, the justification for the project is derived. Note that it isn't the job of the project manager to build the business case, this task is usually the responsibility of stakeholders and sponsors.

Building Business Cases

Technology Business Planning

Description

  • Incorporating technology strategies into your business plan helps you to run a more competitive business. For example, you may realize that you need a certain piece of equipment to operate your business. Yet you may not immediately realize how it will affect your business financially in abiding businesses. How you strategically use the Internet to market your business is another technology area that benefits from proactive analyzing. By addressing these areas in your business plan, you may experience less monetary surprises in your allocated budget.

Description

  • Professional services are services that a contractor or product vendor provides to help customers plan, design, implement and manage technology projects and systems
  • historically, professional services have been invoiced on a billable-hours basis, but more recently, fixed-price billing has become more widely used. This pattern may also be observed in the transition from break/fix work to managed services, in which the time-and-materials billing associated with a break/fix giving way to the flat-rate pricing models exemplified by MSPs

Software Professional Services

Products Customization

Description

  • Rainchem has highly qualified & technically competent research & development team, who work continually to research, develop & produce innovative solutions to a variety of industry needs. In light of the above facts, Rainchem could extend its expertise & world-class facilities to design & develop any product as per the desired specification & application need of customers. The product customization is initiated on the basis of several factors that include the potential volume of the said product category, market size & customer’s willingness & ability to spend on such development activity.

Description

  • Product development, also called new product management, is a series of steps that includes the conceptualization, design, development and marketing of newly created or newly rebranded goods or services. The objective of product development is to cultivate, maintain and increase a company's market share by satisfying a consumer's demand. Not every product will appeal to every customer or client base, so defining the target market for a product is a critical component that must take place early in the product development process. Quantitative market research should be conducted at all phases of the design process, including before the product or service is conceived, while the product is being designed and after the product has been launched.

Products Development

Project Management & Project Orientation

Description

  • Project Management and Project Orientation will provide a perspective of the worldwide project planning and execution environment and how project management must react to changes in this ever-changing industry. The session will provide attendees with the opportunity to understand the function of the project manager exceptionally and how to create an environment where others can work efficiently is the primary role. Throughout the course CII research topics, concepts and tools will be introduced.