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In project management, one of the essential decision is the designed form of organizational structure which will be utilized for the project. The organizational structure has the major impact on the project management because while the design of organizational structure is defined it considers its project characteristics and environment. So, when the well-chosen organizational structure is conducted, it will definitely facilitate the implementation and application of project activities. Furthermore, the organizational chart of project management sets up the formal relationships among the project manager and the project team members, also minimize the disruptions and conflicts while the interactions with one another.1

A project manager is the person who is responsible for conducting and completing the project from its inception to closure including pla ... Read more »

Category: Project Scope | Views: 678 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

In project management, one of the essential decision is the designed form of organizational structure which will be utilized for the project. The organizational structure has the major impact on the project management because while the design of organizational structure is defined it considers its project characteristics and environment. So, when the well-chosen organizational structure is conducted, it will definitely facilitate the implementation and application of project activities. Furthermore, the organizational chart of project management sets up the formal relationships among the project manager and the project team members, also minimize the disruptions and conflicts while the interactions with one another.1

A project manager is the person who is responsible for conducting and completing the project from its inception to clos ... Read more »

Category: What is Project Management | Views: 673 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

   According to Rachel Burger, senior manager of Capterra Construction the critical path is just a fancy way of saying, ‘How long does each task take before you can finish the project’. In theory, critical path method is used to estimate the minimum project duration, schedule flexibility and network path. In more simple way, “Some of the activities must happen in parallel. That is to say, if you tried to make a fried breakfast by doing one task at a time, and one after the other, things would go wrong. Certain tasks must be started before others, and certain tasks must be completed in order for others to begin. The plates need to be warming while other activities are going on ... Read more »

Category: Critical Path | Views: 687 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

There are many people around us who failed on the halfway of their life just because of not being aware of exactly what work has to be done before they start to accomplish it. In general, those people concentrate more on final goal and the ways toward it which result in missing the big picture and the meaning of working on that aim. In business world, managers have a collection of team members, and they need to realize and explain exactly what they’re going to do before taking an action. Therefore, when the team start the any kind of project, members and manager should have a ... Read more »

Category: Critical Path | Views: 698 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

        Producing new software, construction of new hotel, creating innovative product, all these can be a type of projects. In fact, they may not. They may stay being ideas or intentions meaning that without right directions or management they could not be completed as projects. One of the key factors of turning ideas to successfully achieved projects is human factor, namely project manager that can be recognized as the person who keeps all the elements of a project together, or simply as a leader.

        The effective project manager is someone who handles both the knowledge and management portions of the business by applying his/her certain skills such as knowledge, performance and interpersonal. In general, ... Read more »

Category: Project Scope | Views: 639 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

Projects are one of crucial factors which contributes change and improvement of world. No matter whether goal is to split the atom, introduce new Windows software, constructing one more Trump Tower at another country, or organize next Formula games, good designed project and effective management of it can turn scary ideas to the great achievements. For instance, Apple’s development of IPod or IPad tablets was just an idea or intention at the beginning, however when realizing todays success of Apple, it becomes certain that due to effective planning, control and implementation, IPod and IPad are incredibly popular products and main contributors to the firm’s profit. For this r ... Read more »

Category: Sponsor | Views: 744 | Added by: zismaylova2017 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

Projects are one of crucial factors which contributes change and improvement of world. No matter whether goal is to split the atom, introduce new Windows software, constructing one more Trump Tower at another country, or organize next Formula games, good designed project and effective management of it can turn scary ideas to the great achievements. For instance, Apple’s development of IPod or IPad tablets was just an idea or intention at the beginning, however when realizing todays success of Apple, it becomes certain that due to effective planning, control and implementation, IPod and IPad are incredibly popular products and main contributors to the firm’s profit. For this reason, nowa ... Read more »

Category: SMART Objectives | Views: 719 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

Imagine that you have a company and want to do your job the most efficiently. As we know each project has dozens of details and fields. Let’s compare two situations:

  1. You want to build a building and you arrange only one worker for this task. This worker has to work on all the fields and this is obvious that this is not efficient way of managing the project. Because of wasting time during this period, you will also lose money.
  2. In the other case, you arrange enough workers for all fields and save time and money. Before starting any project, project manager has to plan everything detail by detail and divide into different parts.

This is called WBS. A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is used for breaking down a project into easily manageable components, or bites. Here we'll break dow ... Read more »

Category: Breakdown Structure | Views: 562 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

Project management is like an art. If you want to attract people’s attention in the theatre play, your play must be specific, realistic, and time-bound because people are coming there to see something new, different things. Today’s global world demands to be punctual in both theatre play and project management, if you do not finish your play on time, everyone will leave the event and you wil not get the best result from this event. It is the same in the PM, too, if you do not finish the project on time, it means that you will loose your reputation and at the same time money.

            Specific: The goal should target a specific area of improvement or answer a specific need (1). To be specific in project management helps people who have basic de ... Read more »

Category: SMART Objectives | Views: 741 | Added by: vaqifxasayev97 | Date: 07.12.2016 | Comments (0)

The network diagram consists of many paths, and the characteristics of ones are that they are starting from one point and finishes in another point. These paths are differentiated from each other because of their durations, and the one that lasts the longest period is named the critical path method. The critical path method is a step-by-step project management technique for process planning that defines critical and non-critical tasks with the goal of preventing time-frame problems and process bottlenecks. (1)

            The application of the critical path method consists of several steps:

  • Define the required tasks and put them down in an ordered list.
  • Create a flowchart or other diagram showing each task in relation to the others.
  • Identify the critical and non-critical relati ... Read more »
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