Generic project methodology
The generic methodology provides a structured approach to managing projects.
The objective is to provide common standards to ensure that projects are conducted in a disciplined, well-managed and consistent manner, and completed on time and within budget.
Large, complex projects require a more rigorous application of management processes than small, well-defined projects with readily achievable goals. The methodology supports this need for flexibility.
The overall methodology is shown diagramatically and can be viewed by downloading the generic project process flow
A set of touch point diagrams describing the interfaces between the overall project and the component project as they move through the four project phases has been developed.
The generic methodology is divided into four phases. Each phase has a number of project management and work management activities. Listed below are the phases and activities. For more detailed information, click on the title link.