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Project Management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.
A project is a finite endeavor—having specific start and completion dates—undertaken to create a unique product or service which brings about beneficial change or added value.
A project is a carefully defined set of activities that use resources (money, people, materials, energy, space, provisions, communication, motivation, etc.) to achieve the project goals and objectives.
The “Project Management” is a discipline of study that will help us to manage those resources more effectively and efficiently to achieve the projct goals and objectives.
The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals and objectives while adhering to

Project Management Phases and Framework
Project Mangement Life Cycle starts with Initiation, Planning, Execution, Controlling and Closing. Following is a typical plan for Project Management Life Cycle.
An organization must have a framework to manage any projects to achieve its objectives and goals.
The Organization Project Mangement Framework should have a process to manage and track the project controls (Scope, Time, Cost, Quality and Risks) and should fecilitate the operational things (Resources, Communication, Procurement and Integration).

Project Life Cycles (PMLC)
Project life cycles define:

  • The phases that a project goes through from initiation to closure (The PMBOK Guide states that a project contains an initial phase, one or more intermediate phases and a final phase)
  • The technical work to be done in each phase
  • The skills involved in each phase
  • The deliverables and acceptance criteria for each phase
  • How each phase will be monitored, controlled and approved before moving to the next phase.

A typical project life cycle may contain the following 4 phases:

  • Initiation or Concept Phase
  • The problem to be solved is identified
  • Feasibility studies that clarify the problem to be solved
  • Order of magnitude forecasts of cost
  • A project charter to grant permission for the project to proceed

Development and Planning Phase
What needs to be done is identified

Deliverables created here include:

  • The scope statement
  • A work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • A schedule baseline
  • A determination of budgetary costs and a developed budget
  • Identification of resources and team members with levels of responsibility
  • A risk assessment
  • A communications management plan
  • The project plan
  • Control systems and methods for handling change control

Implementation and Execution Phase
Actual work of the project is carried out

Deliverables include:

  • Execution results for work packages
  • Status reports and performance reporting
  • Procurement of goods and services
  • Managing, controlling and redirecting (if needed) of scope, quality, schedule and cost
  • Resolution of problems
  • Integration of the product into operations and the transferral of responsibility

Termination and Close Phase
The product is finalized, evaluated and rejected or accepted

Deliverables include:

  • Formal acceptance
  • Documented results and lessons learned
  • Reassignment or release of resources