Project Management very important in any organizations and companies, also can use in personal life to manage their life style depend on their capabilities. Project Management shares many of personal and group’s ideas, philosophies and a few anecdotes that help to achieve goal. Project management courses techniques or skills focus on project of scope, time, cost, quality, human, risk, communication, procurement and integrated management.
As Warren Buffett said, “In the business world, the rear-view mirror is always clearer than the windshield. ” I see this not so much a tribute to the person running the project as much as to acknowledging a set of principles, techniques and values that are being used to effectively bring out the best in a project team. As per Professor Dr. Harold Kerzner (PhD, MS, Engineering and MBA) from International Institute for Learning said: “Project management is the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of company organization resources for a relatively short-term objective and to utilizes the systems approached to management by having functional personnel assigned to a specific project that has been established to complete specific goal and objectives. Project Management techniques/skills and thoughts always work for every company, organization and also for everyone. What we need to do is brings that things a bit differently.
That’s what makes project management so enjoyable, that’s because we’re all different! However, very important to us are constantly looking for new ideas and for better ways of doing things. I hope this will provide such a catalyst to stimulate new thoughts and perhaps bring more attention to the human who involved. What is ‘Project’? In Concise Oxford Directory 11th editions, the word ‘Project’ taken from Middle English (in the sense ‘preliminary design, tabulated statement’): from Latin ‘projectum’ mean ‘something prominent’, neuter past participle of proicere’ mean ‘throw forth’, from pro- ‘forth’ + jacere ‘to throw’. In business sense the word ‘Projects’ can be defined any series of activities and tasks that: 1. Have a specific objective to be completed within certain specifications, 2. Have defined start and end dates, 3. Have funding (limitation depends on sources/investors/support) and 4. Consume resources such as money, people, equipment, time and material. The ‘Project’ is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service.
Any series of related activities and tasks directed towards a major output. In the Project Management, there are nine skills need to focus by the Project Manager, but I will explain eight of them without ‘Project Risk Management’ as per assignment question given, there are: 1. Project Scope Management, 2. Project Time Management, 3. Project Cost Management, 4. Project Quality Management, 5. Project Human Management, 6. Project Communication Management, 7. Project Procurement Management and 8. Project Integrated Management.