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4 methods of project information management

Four Methods for Gathering Information on Projects

Project information management is a series of activities for gathering, analyzing, tracking and utilizing data on projects. These activities are also called steps that are consistently taken to provide project participants and stakeholders with all necessary information on their project. In this article, let’s talk about Information Gathering. The article briefly describes the four methods of gathering and managing project data.

project technology management

Project Technology Management – How Technology Drives Project Changes

While business and economic conditions change all the time, a revolution (or a drastic change in managing projects using advanced technologies and IT software solutions) is a discontinuous and abrupt series of IT innovations that make a foundation for effective project technology management. Due to the acceleration of IT software development and further implementation of project technologies in real project environments, today you can hardly find a project that doesn’t use IT software solutions for driving changes.

project constraints and project assumptions

Project Constraints and Project Assumptions – A Planning Checklist

Efficient planning for project success significantly depends on the right statement of the constraints and assumptions. Why are constraints and assumptions in project management so important? The answer is that because setting proper project constraints and assumptions paves the way for adequate risk analysis, efficient project planning and timely project delivery. This article is intended to give you definitions of both project constraints and project assumptions and also show what steps can be taken to determine the key characteristics of project success.

programme risk and opportunities

How to Respond to Programme Threats and Opportunities

rogramme risk management is a series of processes and activities targeted to identifying, evaluating, responding to, and controlling any threats and opportunities that surround a programme (within a project or business process). Managing programme risks is a great way to make a programme feasible and pave the way for good strategic, operational, project and programme management. Responding to programme threats and opportunities is an integral part of the programme risk management process. In this article we will talk about several ways for responding to programme risks and taking opportunities for improvement project and programme management. Let’s start with responses to programme threats and then describe responses to programme opportunities.

IT Project Outsourcing

IT Outsourcing Service for Project Management

IT project outsourcing is one of the central questions that are discussed by people involved in outsourced IT project management. The challenge is that it’s hard to reach cost-effective management of outsourced IT projects because such projects are highly individualized and often have special needs. IT and software project outsourcing requires a special approach to budgeting and planning, which is different from in-house IT project setup and management. In this article we’ll talk about the challenge for outsourced IT project management and describe a few services that help cost-effectively manage IT outsourcing activities.