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The project sponsor is the executive who manages, administers, monitors, funds, and is responsible for the overall project delivery. The sponsor may be owner, financier, client… or their delegate.

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Why you need to review sample mission statements

Reviewing sample mission statements from project management books or from past successful projects is an excellent method of learning how to write a mission statement. It also helps you understand more than just trying to answer the questions what, for whom and how.

A mission statement is about conveying the ethos of your organization, business or team in a concise, referable manner so that not only can you branch out your project specifications from that statement but you can also outline value statements that team members are expected to uphold during the project life cycle.

What is the s-Curve in a project ?

The S Curve is a well known project management tool and it consists in “a display of cumulative costs, labour hours or other quantities plotted against time”.The name derives from the S-like shape of the curve, flatter at the beginning and end and steeper in the middle, because this is the way most of the projects look like.

The S curve can be considered as an indicator and it’s used for many applications related to project management such as: target, baseline, cost, time etc. That’s why there is a variety of S Curves such as:
-Cost versus Time S Curve;(appropriate for projects that contain labour and non-labour tasks).

Project management training

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Project Tracking Software

Project tracking software are applications that track how much time is spent on different projects and tasks. It is essentially a time tracking tool that makes it easier to record the time and manage the projects and clients.

The use of project tracking software is becoming common in project-oriented businesses, where it performs vital functions such as timesheet reporting and project management. The software also comes with advanced functionalities, filters and reports, hence managing the time more efficiently. It records projects and tasks and automatically allocates them towards the right client.

Introduction to Project Scheduling

Project Scheduling is the process identifying and organizing the tasks of a project into a sequence of events ensuring a harmonious completion of the venture. These events are dependent on the results of their preceding activities, thus interlinking all the activities of the project. This interdependency provides for a major need of effective project scheduling.

Project Scheduling enables the project manager to identify risk points, understand the proper linkage of events, assists in resource planning and allows the Project Manager to establish goals for the team and the project.

Project risk management plan

Since all projects involve some degree of risk, a project risk management plan is necessary to define and document those procedures that will be used to manage risk throughout the life of the project. Risk can be understood as any factor that may potentially interfere with successful completion of the project. Therefore, it follows that by recognizing potential problems the project manager and core team members can avoid most, if not all, of these problems through proper actions.

The procedure used to manage risks is defined in the planning stage, documented in the project risk management plan, and then executed through the life of the project.

The Purpose of a Project Quality Plan

Quality can be defined as meeting the customer’s expectations or exceeding the customer expectations achieved by way of deliverables and/or activities performed to produce those deliverables.

Project Quality Plan can be defined as a set of activities planned at the beginning of the project that helps achieve Quality in the Project being executed. The Purpose of the Project Quality Plan is to define these activities / tasks that intends to deliver products while focussing on achieveing customer’s quality expectations. These activities / tasks are defined on the basis of the quality standards set by the organization delivering the product.