scholarly journals Perencanaan Manajemen Stakeholder di Pondok Pesantren Menggunakan Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)

Moh Haidar Fajrul Ulum ◽  
Mahifan Muhammad Syafi'udin ◽  
Muhammad Ainul Yaqin

Stakeholder adalah hal yang sangat penting untuk mencapai tujuan proyek. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah merancang strategi yang tepat agar Pemimpin Pondok Pesantren dapat melakukan manajemen stakeholder. Data Primer didapatkan dari data standar sekolah asrama (SSA) yang dibuat oleh Welsh Assembly Government kementerian kesehatan dan pelayanan sosial Inggris untuk boarding school pada tahun 2003 yang terdiri dari 52 standar dan Data Skunder sebagai pendukung yang didapatkan dari   Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Pada penelitian ini menggunakan analisis Management Stakeholder dalam Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Dan hasil penelitian strategi stakeholder tergolong menjadi stakeholder key player ada mudir/kyai dan kepala pengurus, Stakeholder Keep Informed ada Kurikulum dan Pengajaran, Staf Pesantren, Stakeholder Keep Satisfied Santri dan Orang  Tua Santri, Stakeholder Minimal Effort tidak ada.

2017 ◽  
Vol 17 (1) ◽  
pp. 90-111 ◽  
Micael Thunberg ◽  
Martin Rudberg ◽  
Tina Karrbom Gustavsson

Purpose This study aims to identify and categorise common on-site problems from a supply chain management (SCM) perspective and to trace the origin of these problems in the construction project process, the supply chain or in the intersection between these processes. This allows for identification of how on-site problems affect SCM in construction projects and how they can be mitigated. Design/methodology/approach A literature review in combination with semi-structured interviews was used to identify on-site problems. This enabled triangulation and strengthened both construct validity and internal validity. Findings On-site problems can be categorised in one of the four following categories: material flows, internal communication, external communication or complexity. The first category has its origin in the supply chain, the second in the construction project process, the third in the supply chain-construction process intersection on site and the fourth in the construction project as a whole. The findings conclude that on-site problems often originate from construction companies’ lack of supply chain orientation. Research limitations/implications It is suggested that supply chain planning (SCP) can facilitate on-site problem mitigation in construction project management. This extends the body of knowledge of SCP in construction project management and supports the development of effective on-site construction project management. Practical implications The results show that SCP can aid construction project management in handling on-site problems earlier in the project process. Originality/value The main value lies in extending the body of knowledge in construction project management research by applying an SCM perspective and by introducing SCP to support more effective construction project management.

2021 ◽  
Vol 97 ◽  
pp. 01036
Valeriya Glazkova

Currently investment and construction activities are based on the implementation of development projects. As any project’s success heavily depends on joint efforts of a project team members, there is an urgent need for a motivation system able to stimulate team members’ result-orientation and satisfy their individual needs. The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) methodology is suggested as a basis for building a sound development team motivation system, with its motivational tools correlating to stages of project management. The purpose of this article is to build methodical approach to system of motivation of the development project team. The methodological approach is formed taking into account the correspondence of the goal and the type of motivation depending on the stage of project management, as well as on the basis of the principles of forming the motivation system of the project team. The result is a constructed conceptual model for the development of a motivation system for the development project team based on the principles of PMBOK. Methods of comparative, empirical, system and economic analysis were used to substantiate the propositions put forward in the article.

Projectus ◽  
2020 ◽  
Vol 3 (3) ◽  
pp. 86-108
Melissa Procópio de Oliveira ◽  
José Luiz Fernandes

Este artigo trata de um proposta da utilização do Project Model Canvas como suporteao planejamento de um projeto da empresa Alfa. Ao longo do estudo, propõe-se queo Project Model Canvas seja utilizado em conjunto com a aplicação das boas práticasde gerenciamento de projetos do Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK). Aintegração entre esses conhecimentos é detalhada através da área de riscos do projeto.

2013 ◽  
pp. 1253-1278
Martin L. Bariff

Many project deliverables extend beyond a product or a service for sale to customers. The deliverable may include a new or a revised process for internal workflow or relations with customers, suppliers, or partners. The success of these projects will depend upon adoption of the new or revised process in addition to typical metrics for cost, schedule, risk, and quality. The project manager and team will be responsible for “managing organizational change”—a skillset that is not addressed within the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge. The purpose of this chapter is to provide sufficient knowledge about approaches and implementation for organizational change to achieve total project success. Case studies are included to illustrate best practices and lessons learned.

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