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Project Management – Handling Projects Effectively

Written By Bhanupriya Samudrala

Project Management - Handling Projects Effectively

Project Management is the task of handling a specific project right from scratch till its successful and timely delivery. Leading a project is not an easy job. It includes proper planning, followed by an accurate allocation of time in order to accomplish the given task. There are some important elements which every project manager needs while dealing with projects.

Critical Aspects of a Project Manager:

  • Establish your role as a leader
  • Be confident
  • Lay out the action plan for the project
  • Build up the team
  • Hold a meeting to communicate the strategy of the project to all your group members
  • Be responsible for planning out the progress of the project

A project manager should keep all possible constraints in mind while making a project plan so that any work delays can be avoided.

Some of the most Effective Ways to proceed with the job are:

  • Divide the task into sub-tasks
  • Prioritize the tasks according to their urgency
  • Distribute time according to the complexity of the task
  • Allot work among the group members based on their efficiency
  • Monitor progress at regular intervals

Personally, I strongly believe in the saying “Practice makes a man perfect” because every experience teaches us many crucial things, which can be applied next time. Meeting the goal of a PM depends not only on the efficiency shown by the lead but also on all the team members of the project. “A successful project is an outcome of a group effort.” Therefore, building up the team is significantly important for the team lead to reach the highest levels of achievement.

I would love to hear your comments on how to handle projects effectively as a project manager.

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