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Project Management

Any human activity that involves executing a non-repetitive task can be considered a project. So we are all project managers! But there is a big difference between carrying out a very simple project involving one or two people and one involving a complex mix of people, organizations and tasks.

With a plan in mind, a project can be captured on paper with a few simple elements: a start date, an end date, the tasks that have to be carried out and when they should be finished, and some idea of the resources (people, machines etc) that will be needed during the course of the project.

The idea that complex plans can be analyzed by a computer to allow someone to control a project is the basis of much of the development in technology that now allows projects of any size and complexity not only to be planned but also modeled to answer 'what if?' questions (provide real time information, as well as linking to risk analysis, time frame, costing, estimating and other aspects of project control).

But computer programs are only "tools" for project managers to use.

Project Management is a mix of components of control, leadership, teamwork, resource management etc that goes into a successful project.

Zydexo has adopted the following approach to Project Management (and elements of each phase):


What is the project? What are the benefits of the project? Customer-driven focus 
Project management processes and knowledge areas 
Project life cycle 

Project Initiation

Defining goals and objectives 
Recognizing constraints and assumptions 

Project Planning

Scope statement / Statement of work (Setting realistic schedules and objectives) 
Preparing a work breakdown structure (WBS) 
Preparing a Network diagram / Software Development Models 
Estimating costs 
Identifying and analyzing risks 
Determining quality/quantity requirements 
Preparing a communications plan (setting communication channels) 

Project Execution

General management skills 
Total Quality Management / Quality Assurance 
Team development and Time management 
Information distribution (overcoming communication barriers) 
Executing the project plan 
Maintaining project records 
Project Monitoring and Control

Conducting Review and Project reporting 
Analyzing variances 
Managing changes 
Controlling risks 
Quality control 
Updating the project plan 

Project Closeout

Formalizing project completion 
Meeting project success criteria Identifying lessons learned Zydexo can support your needs in a variety of areas and specialties. For more information, please contact us.