unit 2 IP notes - Project management is the exercise of...

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Project management is the exercise of planning , organizing , securing and managing people and resources to bring about the completion of specific project goals and objectives successfully. (Albert, 2004). Project management includes developing a project plan, which includes defining and confirming the project goals and objectives identify tasks and how goals will be achieved, quantify the resources required, and formulate budgets and timelines for conclusion. It also include managing the achievement of the project plan, along with operating usual 'controls' to make sure that there is precise and objective information on presentation relative to the plan, and the mechanisms to put into practice recovery events where necessary. Projects generally follow main phases or stages counting viability, definition, project planning, completion, assessment and support/preservation. Benefits: Using project management allows for better efficiency in the delivery of your service. By using project management, a manager will have a roadmap that leads to the project completion Improved growth and development within your team : Positive results not only command respect but more often than not inspire your team to continue to look for ways
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course MGMT 290 taught by Professor Annenelson during the Fall '10 term at American InterContinental University.

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