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Project management

Project management is a collection of coordinated activities performed to achieve specific project goals in a defined time. It includes planning and creating schedules, implementation and control of the tasks needed to achieve these goals.

Project – what is it?

Even such simple activity as making breakfast can be called a project, however in practice projects are sometimes more compound. In contrast to process,  project is carried out once, it has got specific start and end date (dates may change of course, in practice it happens very often). Producing part of the goods on the production line definitely does not qualify as a project because it is a repetitive activity, without a planned end date. However we can call a project organizing such a production process, where the project end date would be as well the start date of serial production.

Everyone used to run projects, sometimes even without being aware that this work is a project. Everyone can perform particular actions intuitively and the developed skills in this area are very important. Apart from intuition project managers need substantive preparation which makes the implementation of all tasks related to project management easier.

Project management is the correct application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques in order to meet project requirements. It is also the extensive field of knowledge dealing with ways which reduce the impact of existing limitations and risks, the selection of proper actions, a description of the processes taking place in the project, building the motivation of the project team and creating appropriate communication between  participants.

Project management is knowledge, but it is also an art …

In Poland this field is not  widespread as much as we wish. It would be much more reasonable to entrust projects which are the most important for us, our employer or our country to experts who have got appropriate preparation and predisposition to manage large and important investments.

Below there are elements which support  the management of all projects - small and large:

  • Basics of the project method - the most important information about the project work and characteristics of project actions, which allows to understand what they are and how to deal with them in effective way and how to manage them efficiently from the organizations bosses point of view of.
  • Best Practices of project management - a compendium of knowledge and skills. The Collections of Good Practices consist of detailed practical tips for the project manager  which are related to the performed activities and used techniques . Best Practices include: PMBOK®, IPMA and PCM.
  • Project management methodologies – providing well prepared and tested in many projects operating procedures. The methodologies simplify organizing, planning and implementation of particular projects and help to adjust business processes in the company in such a way that they support the implementation of projects. We can recommend the PRINCE2® methodology here.
  • Tools - improving the implementation of the most important project management activities. Well-selected and well-known tools allow to work effectively with tables, reports, schedules and all other documents, they also improve communication in project team.

Agile has come to our reality for good, and the agile approach to work and to management is already applied at various levels of the organization - from business change to operational activity.

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FACILITATION is a way to achieve significantly better meeting or workshop results by uniting the people around solving a problem that is significant for them.

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PRINCE2 is a world wide recognized project management method that is gaining widespread popularity. It places particular emphasis on the business justification of ventures, their organization and the responsibilities of individual roles within the project team, including orderly and logical planning by the project manager.

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Scrum is currently the most popular Framework in the family of Agile methods.

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Because we know that learning is not only forcing knowledge into minds, not only lectures and exercises, we offer a set of simulation workshops called Kinshasa. They enable experiencing agile and traditional project management as well as risk managment - all of them in a simulated project environment.

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