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Introduction to Project Management

According to Dr. Martin Barners “At its most fundamental, project management is about people getting things done.” It is simply about what you want to achieve, how you are going to achieve it, and how long it will take. Project management contains 5 phases for attaining the success when it is completed which are initiating, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling process, closure. Initially, the goals are defined, objectives are developed to achieve the aims as an initiating part of project management. Furthermore, the project is planned by the determining the scope of project which is necessary enough for estimating the cost and the time required for completing the project. Also, the quality of the materializing the processes is considered within the planning of the project. Thirdly, the execution step requires developing the team, assigning the resources, setting up tracking systems, briefly, executing the project management plans which are mentioned in the previous step. Additionally, the progress of the project is monitoring and controlling to measure the project performance. This process enables to ensure that the materializing and execution of the progress align with the project plan. Within this phase, project managers may need to adjust schedules and resources to ensure the project is on track. For finalizing, project is completed after all these 4 phases realized, and outcomes of the project are approved. It may be successful or not, however, it is essential to evaluate the processes of the project and identify the failures for preventing from them and obtain improvements in the forthcoming projects.

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