Assessment of using Scope and Time Management Tools and Techniques
in taking Ethiopian Power Transmission Projects as a case study
The gap identified for this research is low level usage of customized project scope and time management tools and techniques in Ethiopian Power Transmission Projects.
To fill this gap the following recommendations are made based on the results of the study.
Improve the extent to which customized project scope management tools like work breakdown structure, work break down dictionary; project time management tools and techniques like network diagramming techniques, PERT, CPM, CCM, project evaluation and monitoring techniques like EV analysis, SV and SPI are utilized in power transmission projects, Solve the constraints like insufficient training, project staff turnover, project staff misconducts, vertically integrated project organization structures, selection of incompetent contractors and consultants, poor communication among the parties involved in the projects, compensation problems connected with right-off-ways through employee motivation, effective training and education, integrated stakeholders involvement.
Set up government and public institutions that work on the promotion of the utilization of modern project management tools and techniques.
Tesfaye Delessa spent his time working as design, operation, construction and commissioning engineer in power sector projects and has sound experience in project management.
He is Elect.
Eng.(BSc.) by profession and has MA in project management and post graduate diploma in Computer Science.
Currently he is working as a freelance consultant.