Project Life Cycle
Behind every successful project, there is a project manager, but many people think that a project manager can only remind his team about deadlines, call for meetings and nothing else. This is simply not the case. Project managers need to develop a clear understanding of some key areas so that they can perfectly implement them. This blog will give you some useful tips that will surely help you boost your chances of project success.
The Project Life Cycle
Project management is all about the implementation of skills, productivity tools, task management software, knowledge and techniques to meet the requirements for a project. The most important elements of any project life cycle are:
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Try Setting SMART Goals
This goal setting technique ensures that you establish goals that have been carefully assessed and at the same time clear enough on the implications of the entire goat setting process. Try setting goals that are: (SMART) Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely.
During this whole phase of strategic planning, it is important to clearly define the project scope to your team along with a project management strategic plan development. This will help project managers to determine the cost, available resources, quality and a realistic deadline. When everything is clear at the beginning, everyone in the team knows what they are accountable for this will ultimately keep them on track.
At this phase when deliverables will be established, the entire project management team needs to manage a lot of things such as performance meetings, status reports, project updates and resource performance reports. Therefore, it is very important that your project management team is informed about their roles to efficiently complete their tasks. Tasks that must be completed during project execution phase …show more content…
This is where an online task management system can do the wonders and helps your team to communicate effectively, increase the productivity and update their task status without any hassle.
This phase is all about tracking and measuring project performance and progression to ensure that everything is stay on track and according to the project management plan. At this point project managers badly need to use some performance indicators called KPIs to monitor if the project is aligned with the expectations. Usually, project managers some KPIs to measure resources’ performance, including:
• Monitor if a project stays on budget and time – this will help you analyze whether the project can meet client’s requirements.
• Carefully track project performance and changes occur in the project – this will help you quickly identify and address any issues that hinder project progress.
• Check the quality of tasks - this will help you determine if a specific project deliverable meet the defined quality