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Project Management: Techniques and Methodologies

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 465-469

Keywords : Project management; risks; scope management; deadlines; requirements; SMART;

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A project is a unique process that consists of a set of coordinated activities with start dates and end, with the aim of achieving an objective in accordance with specific requirements, including time, cost and resources. In order to achieve an objective, multiple skills are needed. A project, because of its peculiarities, its singularities, and its imponderables, never takes place in an ideal way unless a management of its different aspects is applied. The challenge that the project management faces is achieving all the project goals within a given constraints. These constraints are the scope of the project, the time available for the completion of the project, the quality of the final product, result or service, the budget dedicated to the progress of the project. Throughout the realization of a project and since its beginning, risks can arise and must be solved by adopting a well-defined approach to avoid the negative impact that a risk may have on the project. Several techniques must be used by a project manager in order to carry out his mission and carry out the project successfully and in good conditions.

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