Project Management

Today, we are living in The Project Economy world. Projects have become the driving force behind how work is done, change is realized, and value is provided. Project Management has proven its importance as an organizational competence, a subject of education and professional training, and most importantly as a career path. But before digging into the details, let’s start by understanding what Project Management really means.

What is Project Management?

Project management is using the right combination of skills and methods  in order to deliver value to the market. It is about guiding the whole team’s work to accomplish the goals already defined for the project within certain parameters.

More simply, Project Management is getting things done while setting realistic objectives for the project such as what has to be achieved, how to achieve it, how long it will take to be achieved, and the exact budget needed to accomplish the project. People involved in every step of execution should be fully aware of all details related to the project  and do their best to achieve the already defined goals effectively.

Why is project management important?

The pictures below show some interesting data about Project Management:


Source of Picture: Kissflow


Source of Picture: The Project Management Institute

Steps of a Project:

Project Process
  1. Initiation stage:
    • Identification of the problem
    • defining the goals
    • Identification of deliverables
    • Identification of the project stakeholders
    • Development of a business case
  2. Planning stage:
    • Identification of the project timeline
    • Creation of workflow documents
    • Identification of the scope
    • Estimation of budgets
    • Gathering resources
    • Risk anticipation 
  3. Execution stage:
    • Creating tasks and organizing workflow
    • Explaining tasks to team members
    • Communicating with team members
    • Managing budget
  4. Controlling stage: 
    • Monitoring 
    • Track effort and cost
    • Evaluation of the team’s performance
    • Making sure that all aspects of the project are completed
  5. Closure stage:
    • Comparing results to the defined goals
    • Providing reports to key stakeholders
    • Conducting a final analysis of the project

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Consider Becoming Certified

According to The Project Management Institute researchers indicate that employers will need to fill nearly 2.2 million new project-oriented roles each year through 2027, which means that skilled project managers are going to be in an increased demand during the future decade.

PMP certification:

Certifications related to Project Management are in high demand nowadays, from professionals and individuals wanting to strengthen their resume and enlarge their knowledge. One of the best certifications in this field is The Project Management Professional (PMP). It is the world’s leading Project Management certification. It is a highly valued certification for leadership positions anywhere in the world and across all industries. Organizations are demanding professional employees having this certification in order to work smarter and perform better. The PMP certification is created by project professionals, for project professionals, and guarantees that you are among the best in project management.

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