There are five phases of project management. Each phase of project management has a distinct purpose, importance, and set of outputs designed to ensure that the project manager is moving the project towards the desired results. The first phase is Project Initiation. What are the activities of the initiation phase in project management? Continue reading What are the Activities of the Initiation Phase in Project Management?
The project manager is responsible for all project processes, from recruiting the team to the successful completion of the work. In addition, project management acts as a link between the customer and the contractor. With a chaotic reality and cold professionalism, they translate assignments from technical to human language. What makes an excellent project manager? Continue reading What Makes an Excellent Project Manager?
Successful project management starts with a solid, stable foundation. The foundation of project management is the “project Initiation” phase and one of the blocks in that foundation is the “feasibility study“. What is meant by feasibility study? Continue reading What is Meant by a Feasibility Study?
Finding good project management software can take you a long way in your project management journey. However, finding a project management tool that suits your business needs can be quite difficult. This is why we have compiled a list of the best project planning tools for your business. Continue reading What are The Best Project Planning Tools?
How do you ensure that projects and tasks get completed on time, on budget, and to your quality standards? Creating a project management checklist can help you achieve this. In this post, we’re going to share how you can create and integrate better project management checklists into your team’s workflow. Continue reading How Do You Prepare a Project Management Checklist?
If you are thinking of preparing an ISO 9001 Quality Management System (QMS) then where do you start? We start with a Gap Analysis to determine the gap between your current management system and an ISO 9000 conforming QMS. Continue reading What Is an ISO 9001 Gap Analysis?
The first phase in any project management process is project initiation, where the goal is to uncover the project’s scope — the boundaries for resources, expectations, results, feasibility, the team, and your requirements — and produce a project charter. Now that you know the project’s goals and scope and you have a project charter, you can move onto the next step: project planning. Continue reading What Is Project Planning?
To expand your ever-growing business on a large-scale requires scalability from all ends whether digital or analog. For project-based companies, growth means a revamp of their project planning and project management software as well because, without their use, project management becomes a lost cause beyond the bounds of possibility. Continue reading 10 Ways Project Management Software Can Help Your Growing Business
There are a number of things that can and do go wrong on a project. You are probably familiar with many of the most common project management failures or nonconformances, but are you familiar with the causes of project management failures? Continue reading What Are the Top 10 Causes of Project Management Failures?