[Moims-dai] IPELTU and Project Phases

Mike Kearney kearneysolutions at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 02:08:34 UTC 2016

I just found out that ISO has a document that defines project phases.  It’s ISO 14300-1, Space systems – Programme management.  


The document is licensed to ISO, so I can’t distribute it, but the project phases are:  


8.2.2 Mission analysis phase (phase 0 or pre-phase A)


8.2.3 Feasibility phase (phase A)


8.2.4 Definition phase (phase B) Development phase (phase C) Production phase (phase D)


8.2.6 Utilization phase (phase E)


8.2.7 Disposal phase (phase F)


I think I should drop this in the PPT in place of the NASA column.  They’re pretty closely correlated.  


   -=- Mike


Mike Kearney

Huntsville, Alabama, USA


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We can certainly try.  I glanced at DMBOK, but the big DMBOK wheel made them look more like functions rather than phases, at least to me.  Like functions that are done across multiple project phases (or process groups, etc.).  I think I’ve heard Terry talk in terms of data functions done during almost all project phases (early to late), and I got that feeling from DMBOK as well.  But we can certainly try lining up the DMBOK phases and see if they correlate to the other breakdowns of project phases.  


   -=- Mike


Mike Kearney

Huntsville, Alabama, USA


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If it can be done simply, it might be worth also mapping to the DMBOK terminology in slide 2.



On 9/5/2016 6:14 PM, David Giaretta wrote:

Hi Mike


We certainly need the info in slide 2 in the Annex which maps the IPELTU to NASA phases.


One point is that PMBOK talks in terms of Process Groups – not Phases – but I guess we can live with that.




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You may recall that we had discussions about mapping data preservation functions to project phases.  I did one version of a mapping chart which we didn’t use.  Since then the phase descriptions in the document have changed considerably.  


Last week I was working on material for a class I was going to teach next week (it’s been postponed), and I came up with Chart 1 in the attached document.  It has been evolving for awhile.  Today I added mapping to PMBOK and PMI phases.  


So then, I thought I would add a mapping to the phases currently in our IPELTU document.  (“I pelt you?”)  The result is chart 2 in the attached.  It’s not finished.  If this is useful, those blue categories on the left-hand side should be updated.  Perhaps showing OAIS under or in place of “Technical References”, and PAIS under or in place of “Technical Implementations.”  But before I put any further effort into this, I wanted the discussion in DAI about whether it’s useful or not.  Or you guys can freely modify and add your own spin.  


Notice the ©SIF on the first chart, because it came from our class material.  With the revisions on Chart 2, there’s no problem with us using it.   


The third chart is just some notes about various schemes of project phases.  


So… is this Chart 2 useful in IPELTU, or not?  


   -=- Mike


Mike Kearney

Huntsville, Alabama, USA


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