BS 6079-2 PDF

It has broad relevance to projects in the public, private and voluntary sectors and aims primarily to provide guidance for relative newcomers to project management and to act as a prompt for more experienced practitioners and those who interact with project teams. The principles and guidance outlined are relevant to all sizes of organization, although they might not cover all aspects of every type and size of project. This part of BS supersedes BS , which is withdrawn. This standard has been revised to incorporate current technology, techniques and developments in the field of project management since the original standard was issued in This revision focuses on the importance of projects being driven by organizational needs, drawing on cross-functional teams of specialists in pursuit of the stated business objectives.

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File: PDF, 1. Ensure use of the most current version of this standard by searching British Standards Online at bsonline. Date August Change of font in column 1, rows 5 and 6, of Table 2 Correction to 2. It is a revision of BS , which is withdrawn. The purpose of this British Standard is to standardize the terminology and symbols used in project management to facilitate communication and the spread of knowledge of the subject.

Because the vocabulary now covers a much wider field it has been decided for ease of use to present the terms in alphabetic order rather than grouped in separate specialist sections, as was the case in the edition. The three annexes to this standard contain graphical illustrations, line of balance terminology and a list of commonly used acronyms respectively. The presentation of graphical illustrations in annex A is virtually the same as that in the edition.

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Compliance with a British Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal obligations. Summary of pages This document comprises a front cover, an inside front cover, pages i and ii, pages 1 to 21 and a back cover. The BSI copyright notice displayed in this document indicates when the document was last issued.

Wherever possible the definitions given in BS have been retained, although some have been deleted because they are no longer in use and others have been revised to reflect current usage or to improve clarity.

No term has been included where its sense and usage in project management are adequately defined in The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary. Where applicable informative reference has been made to other publications that give further guidance on the project management and associated general management techniques defined herein.

The annexes contain information on network symbols, Line of Balance terminology and a consolidated list of acronyms. It has a broad relevance to projects in many industries, commerce and the public sector and was prepared in support of the other parts of BS NOTE 1 It symbolizes an activity 2.

NOTE 2 It symbolizes a dependency 2. NOTE 2 See also cascade chart 2. The actual values may be trending better or worse than plan. NOTE A free float 2. NOTE 2 Hammocks 2. Unscheduled activities 2. In practice the five primary phases 2. Table 2 gives some examples of commonly used names for the more specific or subdivided phases 2. NOTE 2 Figure 2 illustrates a typical project life cycle 2. Establishing the commercial, technical, social and environmental feasibility of project.

Estimating project cost and time-scale, also identifying risks and health and safety issues; determining the support and capability of prospective contractors.

Evaluation of the whole or part of the project between phases; prospective contractor preparing tender. Making a formal proposal for authorization of a project. Getting agreement to proceed with project in whole or in part; by obtaining acceptance of a tender by the customer or board.

Verifying the approach; developing the specification. Designing a product that conforms to the specification. This phase can include several individual stages: design, procurement, construction, commissioning etc.

Open up sales to a pilot area, then whole market. Transferring responsibility for the project to a customer or functional department. Maintaining the product. Decommissioning the product; disposal of the project. The last act of project manager, to document the history of the project. Develops the chosen solution into a completed deliverable. NOTE 2 A resource 2. Such a resource 2. NOTE 2 The term slack 2. NOTE 2 The time r on the dependency 2. NOTE 3 The dependencies are not restricted to single use and may be used in combination.

It has since been adopted as a graphical technique for the control of resources in multi-project situations. NOTE 2 It is advisable to differentiate between these similar but not identical related techniques and consequently this annex has been subdivided accordingly.

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File: PDF, 1. Ensure use of the most current version of this standard by searching British Standards Online at bsonline. Date August Change of font in column 1, rows 5 and 6, of Table 2 Correction to 2. It is a revision of BS , which is withdrawn. The purpose of this British Standard is to standardize the terminology and symbols used in project management to facilitate communication and the spread of knowledge of the subject. Because the vocabulary now covers a much wider field it has been decided for ease of use to present the terms in alphabetic order rather than grouped in separate specialist sections, as was the case in the edition.

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