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The STIP is a six year plan of highway and transit projects throughout Utah and UDOT uses this as a work plan for our projects. Information about UDOT’s projects can be found on the pages below or to the right. All of UDOT’s projects with a brief pop-up summary can be found on the map below as well. Future Projects; Current Projects. Projects The real definition:Public housingor project homes is a form of housing tenure in which the property is owned by a government authority, which may be central or local. Although the common goal is to maintain affordable housing, the details of the arrangements differ.

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Contemporary business and science treat a project (or program) as any undertaking, carried out individually or collaboratively and possibly involving research or design, that is carefully planned (usually by a project team[citation needed]) to achieve a particular aim.[1]

An alternative view sees a project managerially as a sequence of events: a 'set of interrelated tasks to be executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations'.[2]

A project may be a temporary (rather than permanent) social system (work system), possibly constituted by teams (within or across organizations) to accomplish particular tasks under time constraints.[3]

A project may be a part of wider programme management[citation needed] or an ad hoc structure.

Note that open-source software 'projects' (for example) may lack defined team-membership, precise planning and time-limited durations.

Overview[edit]

The word project comes from the Latin word projectum from the Latin verb proicere, 'before an action' which in turn comes from pro-, which denotes precedence, something that comes before something else in time (paralleling the Greek πρό) and iacere, 'to do'. The word 'project' thus originally meant 'before an action'.

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When the English language initially adopted the word, it referred to a plan of something, not to the act of actually carrying this plan out. Something performed in accordance with a project became known as an 'object'. Every project has certain phases of development.

Formal definition in the project-management realm[edit]

A project consists of a concrete and organized effort motivated by a perceived opportunity when facing a problem, a need, a desire or a source of discomfort (e.g., lack of proper ventilation in a building). It seeks the realization of a unique and innovative deliverable, such as a product, a service, a process, or in some cases, a scientific research. Each project has a beginning and an end,[4]and as such is considered[by whom?] a closed dynamic system.[citation needed] It is developed along the 4 Ps of project management: Plan, Processes, People, and Power (e.g., line of authority).[citation needed] It is bound by the triple constraints that are calendar, costs and norms of quality,[5]each of which can be determined and measured objectively along the project lifecycle.[citation needed] Some projects produce some level of formal documentation, the deliverable(s), and some impacts, which can be positive and/or negative.[6]

Specific uses[edit]

School and university[edit]

A project is an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and researched about by students. At schools, educational institutes and universities, a project is a research assignment - given to a student - which generally requires a larger amount of effort and more independent work than that involved in a normal essay assignment. It requires students to undertake their own fact-finding and analysis, either from library/internet research or from gathering data empirically. The written report that comes from the project is usually in the form of a dissertation, which will contain sections on the project's inception, analysis, findings and conclusions.[7]

Project management[edit]

In project management a project consists of a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.[8] Another definition is: a management environment that is created for the purpose of delivering one or more business products according to a specified business case.[9] Projects can also be seen as temporary organization.[10]

Project objectives define target status at the end of the project, reaching of which is considered necessary for the achievement of planned benefits. They can be formulated as SMART criteria:[11] Projects are oftern guided by a steering group.

  • Specific
  • Measurable (or at least evaluable) achievement
  • Achievable (recently Agreed to or Acceptable are used[by whom?] regularly as well)
  • Realistic (given the current state of organizational resources)
  • Time terminated (bounded)

The evaluation (measurement) occurs at the project closure. However a continuous guard on the project progress should be kept by monitoring and evaluating.

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Civil and military construction and industry infrastructure[edit]

In civil, military and industry (e.g. oil and gas) infrastructure, capital projects refer to activities to construct and install equipment, facilities and buildings. As these activities are temporary endeavors with clear start and end dates, the term 'project' is applied. Because the results of these activities are typically long-standing infrastructure, with a life measured in years or decades, these projects are typically accounted for in financial accounting as capital expenditures, and thus they are termed 'capital projects'.

Computer software[edit]

In computersoftware, a project can consist of programs, configuration definitions and related data.[citation needed] For example, in Microsoft Visual Studio a 'solution' consists of projects and other definitions.[12]

State project[edit]

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It can be defined as 'a set of state policies and/or agencies unified around a particular issue or oppression'.[13] Therefore, these kinds of projects involve constant change and dynamism due to the social constructions evolve among time. State projects have to adapt to the current moment. They are mostly community services based.let lun1: number;let lun2: number;lun1=200lun2=200cansol.log(lun1 + lun2);

Types[edit]

Some analyses of project-oriented activity distinguish - using military-style terminology - between grandiose strategic projects and more trivial or component operational projects: tactical projects.[14][15]

Notable examples[edit]

  • Human Genome Project which mapped the human genome
  • Manhattan Project, which developed the first nuclear weapon
  • Polaris missile project: an ICBM control-system
  • Apollo program, which landed humans on the moon

Topics associated with projects[edit]

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  • Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • International Project Management Association (IPMA)

References[edit]

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  1. ^Compare: 'definition of project in English from the Oxford dictionary'. English. Oxford Dictionaries. 2016. Retrieved 2016-09-06. Definition of project project in English: [..] An individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim [..]
  2. ^'What is a project? definition and meaning'. BusinessDictionary.com. Retrieved 2018-06-10. project [:] [..] Planned set of interrelated tasks to be executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations.
  3. ^Compare the somewhat circular definition:Manning, Stephan (2008). 'Embedding projects in multiple contexts – a structuration perspective'. International Journal of Project Management. 26: 35. doi:10.1016/j.ijproman.2007.08.012. S2CID111365140. Retrieved 2016-09-06. Two theoretical propositions have been made: First, projects as temporary systems are characterized by certain structural properties, in particular task specifications, time constraints and team relations, that guide project activities.
  4. ^Mesly, Olivier (2016). Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability. Systems Innovation Book Series. New York: CRC Press (published 2017). p. 53. ISBN9781315295237. Retrieved 17 June 2019. For the purpose of a feasibility analysis, a project is a concrete and organized effort that leads to the realization of a unique and innovative deliverable, which can be a product, service or process, or even a science research initiative, which is conceived based on a perceived opportunity. The project has a beginning and an end, which can sometimes serve as a new bedrock for a different project. It involves a plan, some processes, people and a line of authority; it contains inherent challenges and problems.
  5. ^Mesly, Olivier (2016). Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability. Systems Innovation Book Series. New York: CRC Press (published 2017). p. 53. ISBN9781315295237. Retrieved 17 June 2019. For the purpose of a feasibility analysis, a project [..] is bound by a specific calendar, a cost structure and pre-set norms of quality.
  6. ^Mesly, Olivier (2016). Project Feasibility: Tools for Uncovering Points of Vulnerability. Systems Innovation Book Series. New York: CRC Press (published 2017). p. 52. ISBN9781315295237. Retrieved 17 June 2019. Figure 1.5[:] Toward a definition of an average project. [..] The outputs, according to my model, are expressed by a deliverable (e.g., a product), by some formal knowledge [..] , and by some impacts (positive and/or negative). [..] As mentioned, small projects do not naturally lead to formalized knowledge or have an impact. Large projects, however, see the creation of some form of official knowledge and do have impacts on the way of life of the population they serve.
  7. ^Thomas, G: How to do your research project. Sage Publications Inc, 2009..
  8. ^Project Management Institute. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), Third Edition.
  9. ^R. Max Wideman (2004), A Management Framework: For Project, Program and Portfolio Integration. p. 30
  10. ^Turner, J. Rodney, and Ralf Müller. 'On the nature of the project as a temporary organization.' International journal of project management 21.1 (2003): 1-8.
  11. ^Carr, David, Make Sure Your Project Goals are SMART, PM Hut. Accessed 18. Oct 2009.
  12. ^Compare: Hundhausen, Richard (2006). Working with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Developer Reference Series (2 ed.). Microsoft Press. p. 108. ISBN9780735621855. Retrieved 2017-02-10. After a design has been validated the Application Designer will generate a skeleton implementation with projects, code, and configuration files that precisely match the design.
  13. ^Deric., Shannon (2011-01-01). Political sociology : oppression, resistance, and the state. Pine Forge Press. ISBN9781412980401. OCLC746832550.
  14. ^Banks, Linda (2017). 'What Is a Strategic Project?'. Small Business. Houston Chronicle. Hearst Newspapers, LLC. Retrieved 2017-02-09. Organizations can be good at tactical projects, such as moving to a new building or introducing a new product. These are projects that have one operational goal, which probably does not entail contributions by most employees within the organization. In these projects, meeting a tactical goal on time and within budget are key considerations. A strategic project, on the other hand, has a primary goal of gaining the competitive advantage by focusing on the organization's overall direction.
  15. ^Williams, Todd C.; Kendrick, Tom (2011). '15: Dealing with 'Unprojects''. Rescue the Problem Project: A Complete Guide to Identifying, Preventing, and Recovering from Project Failure. AMACOM Division: American Management Association. p. 208. ISBN9780814416839. Retrieved 2017-02-09. The strategic project has a long-term goal to satisfy needs not included in the funding project. [..] a strategic project usually has scope as its most critical issue, while a tactical project has schedule, cost, or a different set of scope as the primary constraint.

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