Every organization might have experienced doing a project that is overdue or is doomed to be late. Moreover, some projects may lack budget or may have been unsuccessful due to the lack of resources. This happens usually in large public construction projects and every organization would not want their tasks to come undone. Besides, every project has a specific time frame and the failure could be caused by some other factors. In the world today, project leaders are finding more and more ways to optimize business organization’s capability.
A project may not be considered successful if it has only completed the task before the deadline. It will be considered a success if it has optimized the resources, efficient, and done with the use of cost effective methods. Some project managers tend to be so demanding without realizing its effect on the members involved in the task. Some coaching and proper motivation is indeed a must do. The timing plan may not always be the solution to making a project triumphant.
It should involve a process or a number of steps to convert the data or materials into quality products. There should be a certain approach on how the project should be handled and managed. This is where Projects in controlled environments (PRINCE2) enters. A certain manufacturing process may not be applicable to a different project. In addition, some methods are more flexible and could be altered depending on the complexity of the project itself. Once the planning has been set, the timing plan as well as the methodology should be implemented in order to make the project efficient enough.