A pretty dumb PM.
A pretty dumb PM.
At the moment it only does projects prioritization: it is pretty dumb, indeed.
The whole philosophy behind
dumbpm is that PMs (project managers, product managers, people managers, pokemon masters, etc.) all do some tasks that could use some automation, but at the same time this automation should be as dumb as possible. There are so many changing factors that influence such tasks that you better hire a PM (or a team of researchers to do the automation) to do the clever stuff, not a random software on the internet. In addition, if we keep it dumb, people can just read the code and understand what is going on, if they really want.
If you have any suggestions for something (but nothing clever!) that you would like dumbpm to do for you, open an issue and let me know.
Giving a table of projetcs defined as below, it outputs a list of projects in order of priority within the optionally specified budget (prioritization as "data problem").
The prioritized list is modelled as the exact solution of a Knapsack Problem with the following value function:
norm(value) / ((norm(cost) * norm(duration)) + norm(rigging). Pretty dumb, indeed.
$ dumbpm prioritize --help usage: dumbpm prioritize [-h] [--budget [BUDGET]] filename positional arguments: filename CSV file with projects definition optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --budget [BUDGET] Max budget allowed
Project definition happens in a CSV file with the following structure:
Project: name of the project
Value: value of the project
Cost: cost of the project
Duration: duration of the project expressed in unit of times
Rigging: arbitrary value used to rig the result (yay, cheating!); the highest the more likely the project to be prioritized
Alternative: comma separated list of projects that are incompatible with this one (e.g.; make lunch vs buy lunch)
Any field which is not specified, will be filled with 0.
There is a bit of slack on the headers of the columns (e.g.; Project, Projects, project, etc. are all alright). Notable mentions: rig and rigging both work; same for alts and alternatives; PQ can be used instead of cost if that's your thing.
|Buy a better espresso machine||5||4||2||9|
|Buy ambient parfume for the back||1||1||1|
|Find and remove source of bad smell||5||2||4||10|
|Find better coffee vendors||4||2||6||5|
|Buy smart component for roaster||3||5||2||Build in-house roasting notification system|
|Introduce a periodical suggestion survey for treats||3||2||6|
|Buy a more modern sign||3||3||1|
|Contact a designer to re-think the front||5||5||6|
|Buy beds for powernaps||1||3||1|
|Import treats from France||2||4||2|
|Build in-house roasting notification system||3||5||6||Buy smart component for roaster|
$ cat projects.csv Project,Value,Cost,Duration,Rigging,Alternatives Buy a better espresso machine,5,4,2,9, Buy ambient parfume for the back,1,1,1,, Find and remove source of bad smell,5,2,4,10, Find better coffee vendors,4,2,6,5, Buy smart component for roaster,3,5,2,,Build in-house roasting notification system Introduce a periodical suggestion survey for treats,3,2,6,, Buy a more modern sign,3,3,1,, Contact a designer to re-think the front,5,5,6,, Buy beds for powernaps,1,3,1,, Import treats from France,2,4,2,, Build in-house roasting notification system,3,5,6,,Buy smart component for roaster $ dumbpm prioritize projects.csv 01 Buy ambient parfume for the back 02 Buy a more modern sign 03 Find and remove source of bad smell 04 Buy a better espresso machine 05 Find better coffee vendors 06 Buy beds for powernaps 07 Buy smart component for roaster 08 Import treats from France 09 Introduce a periodical suggestion survey for treats 10 Contact a designer to re-think the front $ dumbpm prioritize projects.csv --budget 10 01 Buy ambient parfume for the back 02 Buy a more modern sign 03 Find and remove source of bad smell 04 Buy a better espresso machine
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