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Project Management – all your objectives in view

Structured Project Management is vital for any company that wants to implement successful projects and achieve results. Particularly in the fields of software and IT, many projects are undermined, at implementation stage, due to failure to meet expectations in terms of project content, delivery dates and budgets. In this context, a dynamic and flexible approach, known as agile project management, is becoming increasingly important. However, this approach will only work if the basic project planning is completed in an organised way. Project Management represents a competitive advantage, if decisions are based on valid plans and quality is a key aspect of your objectives.

Challenges for Project Management

The project manager is tasked with meeting the expectations of the project stakeholders. The challenge is to identify their interests and define clear objectives and boundaries, based on the three core dimensions of scope, costs and time. Many projects fail at this point. It is not easy to define sound objectives so that all the stakeholders expect the same results. SQS adopts a professional IT project and process management approach and helps you formulate clear objectives, which you can always use as a basis for project requirements. We work with you to define priorities for individual objectives, which form the basis of project management:
  • What do you expect to spend? (costs)
  • When do you want to complete the project? (time)
  • Who or what do you need? (resources)
  • What problems could arise? (risks)
  • What are your success criteria and how can you test them? (quality)


Problems for Project Management

It is difficult to take all the different project indicators into consideration, as it requires an overview of the internal processes, corporate culture and requirements of the various stakeholders. If the project manager neglects any one of these dimensions, the resulting project plans will fail to take risks into account, as well as communication and coordination costs. The complexity and costs associated with each individual project, depend very much on the number of stakeholders to be considered, their influence on decisions and the corporate culture. If you neglect these aspects at the start of a project, fundamental changes to the project plan will often be needed, long after schedules and budgets have been approved. x
Only after all dimensions have been planned in an integrated way will you have project plans, which will help you to reliably predict the scope, costs and delivery dates. These project plans will enable you to manage projects without constantly changing direction. For SQS, project management always means delivering the required quality in projects and detecting any discrepancies at an early stage. A detailed knowledge of quality assurance at all stages of the project helps the SQS project manager to plan ahead and take action, in order to avoid any nasty surprises at the end.

Take advantage of the experience and expertise of SQS in the field of Project Management.


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