Writing a Book

Sample Project as per the SUKAD CAM2P™ Model
par Mounir A. Ajam
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76 pages
Langue:
 English
This book is a sample and simple project, using CAM2P™. In this sample, the author show the readers how to use the method from idea to closure, leading to the successful delivery of a BOOK.
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Some still think of project management as a domain only applicable to construction, engineering, or technology projects. However, over the last two or three decades, project management skills have been recognized as essential skills in all domains, and positions. Not everyone needs to be a project manager but most professionals can benefit from project management learning.

The Customizable and Adaptable Methodology for Managing Projects™ (CAM2P™) is an approach developed by the author in 2007. This approach have been used on various projects such as events, marketing, business development, engineering, construction, capital intensive projects, launching a business or a new product, among numerous others.

This book is a sample and simple project, using CAM2P™. In this sample (case), the author show the readers how to use the method from idea to closure, step by step, leading to the successful delivery of a BOOK. This e-book is the first in a series of similar books.

  1. Project Overview
    1. Introduction
    2. Knowledge Basis
    3. Process Groups
    4. E-Book Structure
  2. Project Pre-Launch Stage
    1. Introduction
    2. Idea Statement
    3. Stage Gate 1
    4. Feasibility study
    5. Stage Gate 2
    6. Project Authorisation Document
    7. Stage Lessons Learned
    8. Chapter Closure
  3. Project Launch Stage
    1. Introduction
    2. Alignment to CAM2P™
    3. Basic Requirements Document
    4. Stage Gate 3
    5. Project Management Plan
    6. Stage Gate 3 (3 and 4)
  4. Project Definition Stage
    1. Introduction
    2. Project Detailed Plan
    3. Stage Gate 5
    4. Stage Lessons Learned
    5. Chapter Closure
  5. Project Implementation Stage
    1. Introduction
    2. Implementation Summary
    3. Stage Gate 6
    4. Stage Lessons Learned
  6. Project Operation Readiness Stage
  7. Project Close Stage
    1. Introduction
    2. Lessons Learned
    3. Performance Reconciliation
    4. Project Closure Comments
    5. Project Success
    6. Future Follow-Up
    7. Organisational Records Update
    8. Project Manager’s Comments
    9. Stage Gate 8
  8. Section Attachments
    1. Attachment A: Draft Outline
    2. Attachment B: Detailed Project Breakdown Structure
    3. Attachment C: PBS: Expanded Project Branch
    4. Attachment D: PBS, Writing Branch, 1st Draft
    5. Attachment E: Project Cost Estimate