Using the Tools of Project Management by Tony Hunt

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About the Lecture

The lecture Using the Tools of Project Management by Tony Hunt is from the course Time Management Skills. It contains the following chapters:

  • Re-Cap of Chapter 3
  • Using Project Management Tools
  • Parkinson's Law of Triviality
  • Project Life Cycle
  • Prime Driver
  • Gantt and PERT Chart
  • Project Management Techniques
  • Good Time Managers
  • Action Plan
  • Re-Cap of the Course

Included Quiz Questions

  1. If anything can go wrong, it will.
  2. Everything takes longer than you think.
  3. We always underestimate the difficulties.
  4. Nothing is going to work out.
  5. We always underestimate the skills of others.
  1. the time spent on any item of the agenda will be in inverse proportion to the sum (of money) involved.
  2. the time spent on any item of the agenda will be in inverse proportion to the sum (of people) involved.
  3. each task is equally important.
  4. the money spent on any item of the agenda will be in inverse proportion to the sum (of time) involved.
  1. The initiation takes up a very small part of the project.
  2. The planning element is larger than the initiation. By planning, the size of the execution can be reduced.
  3. The execution element of a project takes up almost all the time and resources.
  4. The closure element takes up a bigger part than the planning.
  1. Time
  2. Price
  3. Quality
  4. Quantity
  5. People
  1. You should agree the terms of reference and you need to have a way of putting in place activities, milestones, and relationships. Further, you need to be able to estimate time and recruit the appropriate people for the team. A project schedule needs to be produced and you need to lead, motivate, and communicate.
  2. You should agree the terms of reference and you need to have a way of putting in place activities, milestones, and relationships. Further, a project schedule needs to be produced and you need to lead, motivate, and communicate.
  3. You should agree on the rules of working together and you need to have a way of putting in place friends and families. Further, you need to be able to estimate time and recruit the appropriate people for the team. A project schedule needs to be produced and you need to lead, motivate, and communicate.
  4. You should agree the terms of reference and you need to have a way of putting in place activities, milestones, and relationships. Further, you need to be able to estimate time and recruit the appropriate people for the team. An activity schedule needs to be produced and you need to lead, plan, and activate.
  1. Use of short and long-term thinking, keeping an up-to-date diary, constantly prioritising, planning for the unexpected, involving and informing others, modifying techniques to suit themselves
  2. Use of short and long-term thinking, keeping an up-to-date diary, constantly prioritising, planning for the unexpected, modifying techniques to suit themselves
  3. Use of long-term thinking, keeping an up-to-date diary, constantly prioritising, planning for the expected, involving and informing others, modifying techniques to suit themselves
  4. Use of short thinking, keeping a diary, constantly prioritising people, planning for the unexpected, motivating others, modifying techniques to suit themselves

Author of lecture Using the Tools of Project Management

 Tony Hunt

Tony Hunt


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