How to Make Project Management Easy?
Task is a temporary action with a beginning and an end. Project is a set of all actions/tasks required to meet an identified need in a definite time set requiring mobilization of (human and material) resources identified during implementation. Talking about a project I can say that it therefore has a cost involved and is subject to budgeting of resources. Deliverables are “expected results of the project”. Quality of the deliverable and timely completion of deliverable makes a project successful or unsuccessful. Count of Successful and unsuccessful projects helps in the assessment of the enterprise. It is therefore very important to manage Projects with an eye of an eagle if you really care about your enterprise.
The difficulty in conducting the project lies largely in the number of players it mobilizes. In contrast to personal projects or projects with low internal scale for which the need and fulfillment of this need can be done by the same person or a limited number of stakeholders, enterprise projects are way complex because expression of need and satisfaction of this need are usually worn by different actors.
In this way, it is necessary to ensure, throughout the project lifecycle that it clearly meets the expectations of the “client.” As opposed to traditional shopping (“buyer / seller”) where a customer buys a product already made to satisfy a need model, the project aims to produce an original creation that meets a specific need to be expressed rigorously. This expression of need is even more difficult as the project generally has no precedence in the company because of its novelty. In contrast, it is generally difficult to ignore existing solutions and focus solely on the needs in functional terms.
Many questions arise:
1. Who will decide to bring new information?
2. On what basis and with what methods (meeting planning) does one decide to disseminate tasks and authorities?
3. Who will and how to communicate on a Project?
4. Who will form the information flow model?
5. What skills are required for Management?
6. How do we alert users?
7. To be alerted? With what criteria?
8. What tools of analysis, what methods?
Given the magnitude of the task, we internet offer da series of project Management tools identifying several key points. It is very important to identify the bottlenecks and the kind of choke points in the project management, if these steps can be misunderstood or ignored it can lead to severe consequences. Then we have in the market various Project Management software’s like ProofHub to deliver the fruits of rigorous research and thoughts on Project Management issues and best practices, to make Project Management easy.
Alex Hood is the marketing and business manager of ProofHub.com, a web-based project management software that helps to plan, coordinate and execute projects, and enables easy communication amongst teams and clients. Alex also writes blogs related to project management and collaboration.