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iSquare Project Management Methods

 

"A project is a temporary endeavor, having a defined beginning and end"

 

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Why Project Management needed?

Projects are conducted to support the organizations strategic.

  • Market demand
  • Organizational need
  • A customer request
  • A technological advance
  • A legal requirement

 

Project management Process:

  • Initiating Process Recognizing that a project or phase should begin and committing to do so
  • Planning Process Devising and maintaining a workable scheme to accomplish the business need that the project was undertaken to address
  • Executing Process Coordinating people and other resources to carry out the plan
  • Monitoring and Controlling Process Ensuring that project objectives are met be monitoring and measuring progress and taking corrective action when necessary
  • Closing Process Formalizing acceptance of the project or phase and bringing it to an orderly end

 

iSquare Project Management Consulting

  • Develop the project charter and track performance to the project charter
  • Develop the project plans, scope and deliverables
  • Manage project deliverables
  • Manage the delivery of development (beta) and production releases
  • Provide quality assurance standards
  • Manages the project budget,
  • Manage project risk to achieve business objective.
  • Analyzes project performance and recommend implement corrective actions
  • Provide proactive project communications to the project owner.
  • Manage the resources
  • Monitors and reports progress

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Project Management Stakeholders:

  • Sponsor
  • Project manager
  • Customer / user
  • Performing organization
  • Project team members
  • Project management team
  • Influencers
  • Project Management Organization (PMO)

 

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Advantages Of Project Management

 

  • Better customer relations
  • Shorter product development time
  • Lower program costs
  • Better control of projects
  • Improved quality and reliability
  • Higher profit margins
  • Better control over program security
  • Better project visibility and focus on results
  • Improves coordination among company
  • divisions doing work on the project
  • Accelerated development of managers due to breadth of project responsibilities