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PPMP20013 Idea of Framework Considering

Reading samples

Learning outcomes of the unit

Learnings from your weekly study, experience, this and prior unit readings and assignments

Supporting documentation including any prior learning

Mandatory Readings

·         Smith Chapters 3, 11 to 3.13;

·         4801-2001;

·         4804-2001;

·         Smith Chapters 16 & 17;

·         Smith Chapters 18, 19, 20 & 21.

 

Optional Readings

·         Safe Work Australia;

·         AS 1470-1986;

·         Australian Constructors Association;

·         Civil Contractors;

·         Department of the Environment;

·         BHP;

·         AS/NZS 5911:2013.

 

Case Study

·         BAC: Work Health & Safety;

·         BMD Empower: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ);

·         Productivity Commission: Public Infrastructure Inquiry report;

·         PMI: Submission to the Productivity Commission;

·         BAC sustainability Fact Sheets;

·         BMD Empower.

1.       Review using clear terminology the key areas and processes of project, program and portfolio management practices as applies to asset rich organisations.

Finally we come to the last of the formal portfolio templates.  After this template you will start putting together your consolidated portfolio. 

 

However, please bear in mind that there are two additional weeks that you should reflect on in the Consolidated Portfolio, namely weeks 11 and 12.  The topics are:

·         Week 11: Explore modern approaches to extended projects;

·         Week 12: Ensure sustainability.

 

Don’t fail to reflect on them in your Consolidated Portfolio since they are included in the marking criteria.  It’s just that once you’ve uploaded this 10th portfolio in the 11th week there is not much chance of providing further discussion in the tutorials.  Also by now you should have got the idea about the portfolios and so don’t really need a template for each week!

 

The objective of this week’s topic is to critically analyse the implications and impacts of safety! Firstly you might like to consider why the topic starts with the words “critically analyse”?  One aspect of safety is that it is an aspirational concept!  In other words there is no such thing as too safe!  What was safe ten years ago is not safe now!  And, what is safe now is not going to be considered safe in ten years’ time!  Therefore there is a relationship between safety and risk – see Smith sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13.

 

You might like to look at the optional readings and ask yourself how they correlate to some of the ideas Smith considers regarding risk and uncertainty management:

·         Safe Work Australia web site?

·         AS 1470-1986 Health and safety at work?

 

In week 11 and week 12 we consider where all this is going with regards to contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.  Smith discusses in his chapters many interesting ideas around:

·         Partnering

·         Finance

·         Stakeholders

·         Developing countries

·         PRINCE2 and the Future

 

Again have a look at the optional readings and the case study web sites to ask yourself in what way do they explore contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.

 

·         What additional insights do you also think the optional reading and the case study links provide from previous weeks?

 

In this portfolio please reflect on the readings (1st column) and the learning outcome (2nd column).  Ask yourself in what way does the readings provide insights into the learning outcome?  Maybe they don’t!  What are your thoughts?

 

Are there other insights that you can make from other units that you have studied?  Or your work and life experience?

PPMP20013 Unit Profile

PPMP20013 Moodle Web site

Have you any insights you can add from other units you have studies or readings you’ve made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Readings

·         Smith Chapters 3, 11 to 3.13;

·         4801-2001;

·         4804-2001;

·         Smith Chapters 16 & 17;

·         Smith Chapters 18, 19, 20 & 21.

 

Optional Readings

·         Safe Work Australia;

·         AS 1470-1986;

·         Australian Constructors Association;

·         Civil Contractors;

·         Department of the Environment;

·         BHP;

·         AS/NZS 5911:2013.

 

Case Study

·         BAC: Work Health & Safety;

·         BMD Empower: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ);

·         Productivity Commission: Public Infrastructure Inquiry report;

·         PMI: Submission to the Productivity Commission;

·         BAC sustainability Fact Sheets;

·         BMD Empower.

2.       Discuss the relevance of tools and techniques for investigating and describing project process related to developing new workings, facilities, equipment, plant and processes for justifying, designing, developing, or maintaining existing facilities and equipment within the context of their technological and asset lifecycle status.

Finally we come to the last of the formal portfolio templates.  After this template you will start putting together your consolidated portfolio. 

 

However, please bear in mind that there are two additional weeks that you should reflect on in the Consolidated Portfolio, namely weeks 11 and 12.  The topics are:

·         Week 11: Explore modern approaches to extended projects;

·         Week 12: Ensure sustainability.

 

Don’t fail to reflect on them in your Consolidated Portfolio since they are included in the marking criteria.  It’s just that once you’ve uploaded this 10th portfolio in the 11th week there is not much chance of providing further discussion in the tutorials.  Also by now you should have got the idea about the portfolios and so don’t really need a template!

 

The objective of this week’s topic is to critically analyse the implications and impacts of safety! Firstly you might like to consider why the topic starts with the words “critically analyse”?  One aspect of safety is that it is an aspirational concept!  In other words there is no such thing as too safe!  What was safe ten years ago is not safe now!  And, what is safe now is not going to be considered safe in ten years’ time!  Therefore there is a relationship between safety and risk – see Smith sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13.

 

You might like to look at the optional readings and ask yourself how they correlate to some of the ideas Smith considers regarding risk and uncertainty management:

·         Safe Work Australia web site?

·         AS 1470-1986 Health and safety at work?

 

In week 11 and week 12 we consider where all this is going with regards to contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.  Smith discusses in his chapters many interesting ideas around:

·         Partnering

·         Finance

·         Stakeholders

·         Developing countries

·         PRINCE2 and the Future

 

Again have a look at the optional readings and the case study web sites to ask yourself in what way do they explore contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.

 

·         What additional insights do you also think the optional reading and the case study links provide from previous weeks?

 

In this portfolio please reflect on the readings (1st column) and the learning outcome (2nd column).  Ask yourself in what way does the readings provide insights into the learning outcome?  Maybe they don’t!  What are your thoughts?

 

Are there other insights that you can make from other units that you have studied?  Or your work and life experience?

PPMP20013 Unit Profile

PPMP20013 Moodle Web site

Have you any insights you can add from other units you have studies or readings you’ve made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Readings

·         Smith Chapters 3, 11 to 3.13;

·         4801-2001;

·         4804-2001;

·         Smith Chapters 16 & 17;

·         Smith Chapters 18, 19, 20 & 21.

 

Optional Readings

·         Safe Work Australia;

·         AS 1470-1986;

·         Australian Constructors Association;

·         Civil Contractors;

·         Department of the Environment;

·         BHP;

·         AS/NZS 5911:2013.

 

Case Study

·         BAC: Work Health & Safety;

·         BMD Empower: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ);

·         Productivity Commission: Public Infrastructure Inquiry report;

·         PMI: Submission to the Productivity Commission;

·         BAC sustainability Fact Sheets;

·         BMD Empower.

3.       Present and interpret major processes that are based on sound policy, information, and research that enable project justification, tenders, contracts, and selection criteria to occur in an asset rich organisation.

Finally we come to the last of the formal portfolio templates.  After this template you will start putting together your consolidated portfolio. 

 

However, please bear in mind that there are two additional weeks that you should reflect on in the Consolidated Portfolio, namely weeks 11 and 12.  The topics are:

·         Week 11: Explore modern approaches to extended projects;

·         Week 12: Ensure sustainability.

 

Don’t fail to reflect on them in your Consolidated Portfolio since they are included in the marking criteria.  It’s just that once you’ve uploaded this 10th portfolio in the 11th week there is not much chance of providing further discussion in the tutorials.  Also by now you should have got the idea about the portfolios and so don’t really need a template!

 

The objective of this week’s topic is to critically analyse the implications and impacts of safety! Firstly you might like to consider why the topic starts with the words “critically analyse”?  One aspect of safety is that it is an aspirational concept!  In other words there is no such thing as too safe!  What was safe ten years ago is not safe now!  And, what is safe now is not going to be considered safe in ten years’ time!  Therefore there is a relationship between safety and risk – see Smith sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13.

 

You might like to look at the optional readings and ask yourself how they correlate to some of the ideas Smith considers regarding risk and uncertainty management:

·         Safe Work Australia web site?

·         AS 1470-1986 Health and safety at work?

 

In week 11 and week 12 we consider where all this is going with regards to contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.  Smith discusses in his chapters many interesting ideas around:

·         Partnering

·         Finance

·         Stakeholders

·         Developing countries

·         PRINCE2 and the Future

 

Again have a look at the optional readings and the case study web sites to ask yourself in what way do they explore contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.

 

·         What additional insights do you also think the optional reading and the case study links provide from previous weeks?

 

In this portfolio please reflect on the readings (1st column) and the learning outcome (2nd column).  Ask yourself in what way does the readings provide insights into the learning outcome?  Maybe they don’t!  What are your thoughts?

 

Are there other insights that you can make from other units that you have studied?  Or your work and life experience?

PPMP20013 Unit Profile

PPMP20013 Moodle Web site

Have you any insights you can add from other units you have studies or readings you’ve made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Readings

·         Smith Chapters 3, 11 to 3.13;

·         4801-2001;

·         4804-2001;

·         Smith Chapters 16 & 17;

·         Smith Chapters 18, 19, 20 & 21.

 

Optional Readings

·         Safe Work Australia;

·         AS 1470-1986;

·         Australian Constructors Association;

·         Civil Contractors;

·         Department of the Environment;

·         BHP;

·         AS/NZS 5911:2013.

 

Case Study

·         BAC: Work Health & Safety;

·         BMD Empower: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ);

·         Productivity Commission: Public Infrastructure Inquiry report;

·         PMI: Submission to the Productivity Commission;

·         BAC sustainability Fact Sheets;

·         BMD Empower.

4.       Critically analyse management strategies and operational activities from a broad perspective to ensure safety and quality, to avoid overruns or rework, to manage variations and claims, and to make decisions to discontinue or close projects.

Finally we come to the last of the formal portfolio templates.  After this template you will start putting together your consolidated portfolio. 

 

However, please bear in mind that there are two additional weeks that you should reflect on in the Consolidated Portfolio, namely weeks 11 and 12.  The topics are:

·         Week 11: Explore modern approaches to extended projects;

·         Week 12: Ensure sustainability.

 

Don’t fail to reflect on them in your Consolidated Portfolio since they are included in the marking criteria.  It’s just that once you’ve uploaded this 10th portfolio in the 11th week there is not much chance of providing further discussion in the tutorials.  Also by now you should have got the idea about the portfolios and so don’t really need a template!

 

The objective of this week’s topic is to critically analyse the implications and impacts of safety! Firstly you might like to consider why the topic starts with the words “critically analyse”?  One aspect of safety is that it is an aspirational concept!  In other words there is no such thing as too safe!  What was safe ten years ago is not safe now!  And, what is safe now is not going to be considered safe in ten years’ time!  Therefore there is a relationship between safety and risk – see Smith sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13.

 

You might like to look at the optional readings and ask yourself how they correlate to some of the ideas Smith considers regarding risk and uncertainty management:

·         Safe Work Australia web site?

·         AS 1470-1986 Health and safety at work?

 

In week 11 and week 12 we consider where all this is going with regards to contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.  Smith discusses in his chapters many interesting ideas around:

·         Partnering

·         Finance

·         Stakeholders

·         Developing countries

·         PRINCE2 and the Future

 

Again have a look at the optional readings and the case study web sites to ask yourself in what way do they explore contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.

 

·         What additional insights do you also think the optional reading and the case study links provide from previous weeks?

 

In this portfolio please reflect on the readings (1st column) and the learning outcome (2nd column).  Ask yourself in what way does the readings provide insights into the learning outcome?  Maybe they don’t!  What are your thoughts?

 

Are there other insights that you can make from other units that you have studied?  Or your work and life experience?

PPMP20013 Unit Profile

PPMP20013 Moodle Web site

Have you any insights you can add from other units you have studies or readings you’ve made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Readings

·         Smith Chapters 3, 11 to 3.13;

·         4801-2001;

·         4804-2001;

·         Smith Chapters 16 & 17;

·         Smith Chapters 18, 19, 20 & 21.

 

Optional Readings

·         Safe Work Australia;

·         AS 1470-1986;

·         Australian Constructors Association;

·         Civil Contractors;

·         Department of the Environment;

·         BHP;

·         AS/NZS 5911:2013.

 

Case Study

·         BAC: Work Health & Safety;

·         BMD Empower: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ);

·         Productivity Commission: Public Infrastructure Inquiry report;

·         PMI: Submission to the Productivity Commission;

·         BAC sustainability Fact Sheets;

·         BMD Empower.

5.       Demonstrate an effective, professional level of teamwork and communication and support collaborative peer group learning.

Finally we come to the last of the formal portfolio templates.  After this template you will start putting together your consolidated portfolio. 

 

However, please bear in mind that there are two additional weeks that you should reflect on in the Consolidated Portfolio, namely weeks 11 and 12.  The topics are:

·         Week 11: Explore modern approaches to extended projects;

·         Week 12: Ensure sustainability.

 

Don’t fail to reflect on them in your Consolidated Portfolio since they are included in the marking criteria.  It’s just that once you’ve uploaded this 10th portfolio in the 11th week there is not much chance of providing further discussion in the tutorials.  Also by now you should have got the idea about the portfolios and so don’t really need a template!

 

The objective of this week’s topic is to critically analyse the implications and impacts of safety! Firstly you might like to consider why the topic starts with the words “critically analyse”?  One aspect of safety is that it is an aspirational concept!  In other words there is no such thing as too safe!  What was safe ten years ago is not safe now!  And, what is safe now is not going to be considered safe in ten years’ time!  Therefore there is a relationship between safety and risk – see Smith sections 3.11, 3.12, and 3.13.

 

You might like to look at the optional readings and ask yourself how they correlate to some of the ideas Smith considers regarding risk and uncertainty management:

·         Safe Work Australia web site?

·         AS 1470-1986 Health and safety at work?

 

In week 11 and week 12 we consider where all this is going with regards to contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.  Smith discusses in his chapters many interesting ideas around:

·         Partnering

·         Finance

·         Stakeholders

·         Developing countries

·         PRINCE2 and the Future

 

Again have a look at the optional readings and the case study web sites to ask yourself in what way do they explore contemporary and future approaches as well as sustainability.

 

·         What additional insights do you also think the optional reading and the case study links provide from previous weeks?

 

In this portfolio please reflect on the readings (1st column) and the learning outcome (2nd column).  Ask yourself in what way does the readings provide insights into the learning outcome?  Maybe they don’t!  What are your thoughts?

 

Are there other insights that you can make from other units that you have studied?  Or your work and life experience?

PPMP20013 Unit Profile

PPMP20013 Moodle Web site

Have you any insights you can add from other units you have studies or readings you’ve made?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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