Project management

Project management involves the planning and organization of a company's resources to move a specific task, event, or duty towards completion. It can involve a one-time project or an ongoing activity, and resources managed include personnel, finances, technology, and intellectual property.

Project management is often associated with fields in engineering and construction and, more lately, healthcare and information technology (IT), which typically have a complex set of components that have to be completed and assembled in a set fashion to create a functioning product.


What Makes Us Different

Netgroup Technologies found that organizations using any type of project management methodology are better at meeting budget, staying on schedule and meeting scope, quality standards and expected benefits but we Focus on

  • Realistic project planning
  • Clear focus and objectives
  • Strategic alignment
  • Managed process
  • Quality control
  • Reduced costs

You Should Know before Start

Organizational projects are of different types. Each project has its own set of requirements, including goals, deadlines, etc. For example, some project managers have to develop a mobile application, while others might need to manage a brand marketing campaign for a client. Regardless of what kind of project you get, you need to break it down into different phases, with each phase having its respective goals.

Aside from establishing project goals, determining what is not part of the project is equally important, if not more. Amidst project planning, it is easy for team members to misinterpret your instructions and consider additional objectives as part of the project. In some cases, project managers themselves make this mistake when they don’t understand project requirements clearly. Therefore, it is extremely necessary to understand the project objectives and clarify things that are beyond the project scope.

Before you begin a project, you have to make critical decisions for your internal team. Assigning roles and responsibilities, based on merit, is the most important job of a project manager. Therefore, you need to distribute tasks according to each person’s knowledge and expertise.

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