Project Management: Best Practices

This course will cover the basic fundamentals to successfully applying best practices to Project Management

Defining objectives and potential risks

What can discovered risks affect in your project?

  • Your overall budget
  • Your lifestyle
  • The petrol budget
  • The planning

BEST PRACTICES

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BEST PRACTICES

There are best practices that can assist you with creating the perfect project and managing it correctly. First you will need to plan you project accurately and concisely. This is by far one of the most important phases or practices of project management, proper planning can result in reduced costs throughout the project. The entire project overview needs to be assessed. Clearly defined objectives and potential risks need to be identified and accounted for. Once this has been established, one will need to discuss the approach towards the project and how it will affect the organization. The project management procedures outline the resources that will be used to manage the project. This will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, and so on. You will also need to assess your project throughout constantly, there are risks that are involved and can affect your budget and planning. When you pick up small risks, these need to be addressed as soon as possible, if you ignore these, it can have big implications on the project as an entirety. You need to constantly assess the quality of your project with constant assessments or activities, these results indicate to you how successful your project is running. If the risks you pick up are not addressed and do not affect your end result, these are not really that important, however will highlight points of concern.

Creating a perfect project

Proper planning can result in ________ costs throughout the project?

  • Reduced
  • Increased
  • Fixed
  • Variable

BEST PRACTICES

BEST PRACTICES

There are best practices that can assist you with creating the perfect project and managing it correctly. First you will need to plan you project accurately and concisely. This is by far one of the most important phases or practices of project management, proper planning can result in reduced costs throughout the project. The entire project overview needs to be assessed. Clearly defined objectives and potential risks need to be identified and accounted for. Once this has been established, one will need to discuss the approach towards the project and how it will affect the organization. The project management procedures outline the resources that will be used to manage the project. This will include sections on how the team will manage issues, scope change, risk, quality, communication, and so on. You will also need to assess your project throughout constantly, there are risks that are involved and can affect your budget and planning. When you pick up small risks, these need to be addressed as soon as possible, if you ignore these, it can have big implications on the project as an entirety. You need to constantly assess the quality of your project with constant assessments or activities, these results indicate to you how successful your project is running. If the risks you pick up are not addressed and do not affect your end result, these are not really that important, however will highlight points of concern.