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Project management is a structured approach to planning, organising, leading, and controlling projects. It involves applying specific knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to meet the project’s requirements and objectives. The primary goal of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints, such as time, budget, and scope, while optimising the allocation of necessary inputs and integrating them to meet pre-defined objectives. Essentially, it ensures the project progresses smoothly from initiation and planning, through execution and monitoring, to closure.
The key elements of project management typically encompass:
- Project Scope: Defines what the project will accomplish, the deliverables, and its boundaries.
- Project Timeline: Establishes the schedule, including key milestones and deadlines.
- Project Budget: Outlines the financial resources allocated to the project.
- Project Quality: Specifies the standards that the project deliverables must meet.
- Project Team: Lists the individuals involved, their roles, and responsibilities.
- Risk Management: Identifies potential obstacles and plans strategies to mitigate them.
- Communication Plan: Sets expectations for how information will be shared and reported.
- Stakeholder Management: Considers the needs and expectations of those impacted by the project.
- Integration Management: Ensures the coordination of all elements to achieve project objectives.
These elements interact to create a successful project plan and are all crucial in maintaining control over your project from initiation to closure.
In order to maximise your benefit from Cerri Project’s project management tools you have different options available to you.