ND in Project Planning & Management

Project planning and management tells everyone involved where you're going and how you're going to get there. The planning phase is when the project plans are documented, the project deliverables and requirements are defined, and the project schedule is created. It involves creating a set of plans to help guide your team through the implementation and closure phases of the project. the plans created during this phase will help you to manage time, cost, quality, changes, risk and related issues. 

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Why is it important to know the required time of the project ?

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  • to know when is the due date of the project for submission
  • To know how to do your plan
  • to know what cost will be involved in the project

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What is a formal project acceptance ?

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  • it is when the Project planner approves the project
  • A project acceptance form is a document that, when executed, signifies formal, written acceptance of the entire project.

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What is effective organisational leadership?

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  • An effective organisational leadership is someone that can put his/her needs first.
  • An effective organisational leadership is a leader that can think of other people that can also goal driven to achieve good results also leading the people in right direction.

What is included or what needs to be done in the project analysis phase?

the content of identifying the required time needed to complete a project is very important, it makes it easy for the team that is working on that specific project to know the deadline and know how to priorities. The content will include project analysis, brainstorming of what is needed in this project, locating the staff to right areas of work to make the project successful. (65) The content will also include project planning and a person which will be responsible for the project to attend mentoring or coaching sessions once in a week so that he/she can cope well and focus to details of the project. Other content will include; Project Management Principles, Practices & Scheduling, Project Risk Management, Project Procurement and Contract Management, Project Quality Management, Legal Aspects for Project Managers, Financial Principles and Project Cost Management, Project Management in the Business Context.