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Oracle Unified Method (OUM) : Manage – Part -II
Posted By Sanjit Anand On May 7, 2011 @ 11:13 pm In Methodology/Process | No Comments
As mention in previous post, OUM  Second focus area is Manage, which provides a framework for all types of projects which can be planned, estimated, controlled, and completed in a consistent manner.
Similar to Implement , The Manage focus area (or PJM) has three phases:
The purpose of the Project Startup phase is to provide strong and clear directions for producing a product or service which delivers identified benefits or purpose for the client. During the Project Startup phase, resources are allocated to achieve specific objectives, satisfy needs, and set expectations through a planned and organized approach.
The purpose of the Project Execution and Control Phase is to provide adequate visibility into actual progress so that management can take effective actions when the project's performance deviates significantly from the project plans
Project Closure Phase is the last phase of the Project Life Cycle. The commencement of the Project Closure Phase is determined by the completion of all Project Objectives and acceptance of the end product by the customer. Closure of any financial issues,Collection and Completion of All Project Records & Archiving of All Project Records are typical elements of this phase.
The Manage focus area is organized into 13 processes as:
Next post will more focus on Envision Focus Area. Keep watching.
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