Project Management

 Project Definition:
A project is defined as:
• A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service.
• It is often organized under the guidance of a Project Manager, who will ensure that the project achieves its objectives.
What is Project Management:
The use of:
• information
• skill
• tool
• Techniques
 The project activities to meet project
The only thing you can learn is "experience." That takes time.
Project Management is the process we use to manage our projects. It is based on PMI (Project Management Institute) processes and terminology found in the PMBOK( Project Management Body of Knowledge).

 Project Management Process
The five phases of a project are:
 Initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing.
At the bottom of each stage you can see the main outputs. These are the key deliverable must be done at each stage. There are other, more significant results which we will discuss in this book.
Even if you do nothing else except to provide products, your project will have a greater chance of success.
1. Project Process
 Project Process
This is the project with the aid of the process PMBOK( Project Management Body of Knowledge)
It shows that "Planning" and "execute" are not discrete process, but remain in the project from start to finish.It also shows that the "Control" occurs throughout the project.
The Importance of Project Management Process
Projects are becoming more and more common in business, and expectations are higher and higher in terms of performance (time, cost, details).

  • It is therefore important to project a process in place which helps to achieve the expected places in organizations.
  • Projects are always tight on time and within budget. The trick is to know how to bring it into balance with the quality of the elements, in order to achieve a successful result.
  • We want a result that our customers are satisfied and want to return to work with us.
  • We want a result that the team is motivated and want to get back to work with us.
  • We want an effective process in place - not too light, not too heavy. just enough to support us without blocking the administration.
  • Visible and sponsored: Your role as Project Manager is a salesman. You have to constantly sell your projects, or people will forget that it exists and does not give priority it needs. Your project has a sponsor - someone high enough to help organizations to solve problems and clear the path if you do it yourself. A person with political weight in the company.
  • Repeatable: The more you can repeat the process, the better you get on with the process. It's like learning to ride. The first time you use this process, it will feel strange and awkward, but if you used a few times, it will become a habit, and you will be able to save time and energy, and are more likely to success .
  • Scalable: To improve, we need to be measured. If you can not measure the progress of the project, and then you do not know how you do it well, or well enough. So, having a process in place, you can measure the effectiveness, and it can help to continually improve your performance.
  • Predictable: A good project manager has a very long face. She needs to look ahead to come to see the obstacles (or risk), and take action to avoid hitting them. With a good process in place, we know what's coming, and can devote more time to be proactive rather than reactive. This saves time that you can spend then deal with the real unexpected problems that come up.