Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI) outlines project management as “the application of knowledge, skills, tools & techniques to a wider range of activities in order to meet the requirements of a particular project.” The Struccore management team provides project leadership & maintains the effort on the construction schedule. While monitoring the work and progress of trades, we also effectively communicate with the project participants, provide project documentation, facilitate coordination, & follow-up on issues until fixed. It maximizes the value our clients get for their construction budget.
The course of directing & controlling a project from start to end may be divided into 5 basic stages:
Project Conception & Initiation
An idea for a project will be sensibly inspected to decide whether or not it welfares the organization. During this stage, a decision making team identifies if the project can convincingly be done.
Project Definition & Planning
A project scope, project charter or project plan may be written, outlining the work to be completed. Throughout this stage, a team should prioritize the project, compute a budget & schedule, and determine what resources will be required.
Resources’ tasks are allocated & teams are informed about their tasks. This is a good time to mention important project associated information.
Project Performance & Control
Project managers will relate project status & progress to the actual plan, as resources are performing the scheduled work. In this phase, project managers may need to adjust schedules or do what is essential to keep the project on path.
Later, when the project responsibilities are accomplished & the client approves the conclusion, an assessment is necessary to spot project success and/or learn from project history.
From industry to industry, projects & project management processes vary; though, these are more traditional elements of a project. In order to benefit the organization, the principal goal is naturally to offer a product, change a process or to solve a problem.
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