n efficient project manager wears lot of hats. The position mandate the expertise to identify the technical details of the project, the management skills to encourage the team, the financial insight to monitor and regulate the budget and tactful to maintain the timeline through unpredicted hurdles. While the project manager position noticed on many job resumes, it's rare to find someone who can meet all of those expectations
Vintech project management experts takes the initiative to actively identify and manage a Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) which is based on Project Management Institute's (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Our PMLC assure Team Integration, Scope Management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Risk Management, Procurement Management
Vintech is fully furnished with robust project management tools, good practices and industry specific resources. Our project management and governance allow IT teams to consistently use the process guidelines and collaboration tools. Our professionals frequently upgrade to latest project governance methodologies & techniques to improve the productivity and efficiency of the process.
Based on your project requirement, the size of the team and roles to be performed may differ. Irrespective of team size, it's essential to analyze how team will communicate and cooperate with each other.
Projects are usually broken down into several distinct phases. Every single phase plans the work that needs to be completed and who is getting involved. Typically, in order to acknowledge the phase to be complete, particular deliverables need to have been finalized and handed off. Certain project teams, however, do prefer to implement fast pace, which is when phases are overlapped.
A lifecycle describes the starting and ending of the project; it denotes all of the phases together. While outlining the project's life cycle, the initial phase is treated as Step 0. It is generally the initial visioning and conceptualizing before going through the detailed design of the project. As per Project Management Institute, nearly all life cycles have four or five stages but some may have more.
The most common lifecycle approaches / methodologies are Waterfall and Agile. Irrespective of the approach you decide on, you will have to integrate user-centered design (UCD) and the related best practices and methodologies. Generally, the UCD process includes: Analysis, Design, Implementation and deployment
Schedules are critical part of project management as they help you measure progress as the project continues to move forward. It also helps the team members to aware of their duties, the deliverables expected, and the agenda every person needs to follow to complete the project on time / within budget.