Project and project management are two distinct thoughts. A project is an imaginary activity/product/result while project management is real time activities/efforts to bring the project in existence. A project starts once and finish within a time period but project management goes on.
The development of a software to start or for an improved business process, to organize training for students or corporate, to launch new courses, to start new branch of office, the construction of buildings, bridges or roads, to organize the relief effort after natural disasters,— all are projects. And all must be proficiently managed to deliver on-time, in-budget, with better results, using learning and integration that organizations provided.
Project management, then, is the use of knowledge, skills, tools, techniques, and efforts to project activities to meet the desired project’s results.
Project management processes of “Multisoft systems”
Our Project Management training session follows the standard form of directing and controlling a project from start to end and have been divided into 5 basic steps:
- Initiation: – Concept of the project
A concept/idea for a project will be carefully examined – In this phase, a decision making team will identify the pros and cons, if the project can genuinely be completed.
- Planning: – Planning the project
A project plan – In this phase, a team should highlight the project budget, required resources, duration, required equipment/manpower and all requirements from head to toe.
- Execution: – Launching the project
Launching the project means informing the client/authorized body about project completion. It is the most important phase so all testing should be done properly before launching the project.
- Control: – Finding and removing faults from the project
In this phase, project managers may need to modify schedules or organize what is compulsory to keep the project on track.
- Close: – End of project
After project responsibilities are ended and the client has ratified the outcome, an evaluation is compulsory to highlight project success, process and/or acquire from project history.
Projects and Project Management Training procedures vary from industry to industry; however, these are more customary features of a project. The principal goal is usually to offer a product, change a procedure or to solve a problem in order to benefit the organization.
Project management knowledge draws on ten areas:
- Human resources
- Risk management
- Stakeholder management