PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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Every project has a beginning, middle, and end. In order for all the actions to be completed in an efficient and timely manner and ensure that your project is successfully executed we support you in your:

  • Planning
  • Execution
  • Reporting

Planning

Project planning is a procedural step in project management, where required documentation is created to ensure successful project completion. Documentation includes all actions required to define, prepare, integrate and coordinate additional plans. The project plan clearly defines how the project is executed, monitored, controlled and closed.

Project planning requires an in-depth analysis and structuring of the following activities:

  • Setting project goals
  • Identifying project deliverables
  • Creating project schedules
  • Creating supporting plans

 

Execution

Execution is the implementation processes that is the act of doing or performing the works and activities in accordance with agreed plans and procedures to satisfy the specifications and contractual requirements. The Project Execution is the performing the project scope of works and activities in accordance with the project baselines, plans and procedures with the resource, interface, change, schedule, cost, risk, quality, safety and environment management, and other contractual requirements.

The key success factors for the project execution is well defined project definitions, and roles and responsibilities, organised and building the team works, and accurate status reporting including forecast, timely decision making under the project manager’s leadership within internal and external organisations.

Reporting

Project reporting involves more than simply communicating the latest project updates to your team and stakeholders. You can also use project reports to mitigate risk, monitor budgets and timelines, and build more accurate project plans.

Here are a few project reports you might find useful:

  • Team availability report
  • Status report
  • Project health report
  • Risk assessment
  • Time tracking report
  • Baseline reports