The first and foremost thing that has to be identified is the roles and the responsibilities of the Project and according to that the necessary management plan could be designed. Communication Management Communication is the way in which the opinions and the ideas of each of the individuals are expressed in one way. Communicating with each of the others mainly help in collecting ideas based on each of the factors that are being considered in the development of the project. For an instance, there are constant changes that take place based on each of the areas when a particular project is being developed. So in order to inform these changes, it is necessary to keep the stakeholders informed or the particular individual concerned based on the changes that are
This is timeline of the project from its design to the operational stage. For example, the team is required to allocate time to each development stage and ensures that all requirement and development of the project is done within the stipulated time. Provision of timeline is important in project development because it helps project management team to countercheck the progress of the development (Carr, 2009). At this stage the project planning team is mandated to consider labour required towards the development of the project. These will include number of managers, supervisors and workers needed for the project development based on the number of activities involves in the project development.
It contains the list of human resources needed in this project. • Team performance assessments – These are the project management team’s assessments of the project team’s performance, which helps to acted on the performance issues and managed them. Ex: need to resolve the conflicts, need for training, need to modify the communication. • Issue log – It documents the details about who is responsible for resolving the specific issues by a target date. • Work performance reports – These reports organize and summarize the information through the work performance data.
Daft (2012) stated that operational planning specifies the action steps toward accomplishing operational goal and support tactical activities. Unlike strategic planning which is about setting a direction for the organization, operational plan does present detailed information which direct people to carry out day-to-day task needed in the running of organization. The major aspect in operational planning is management by objectives. Management by objective is a system where by the goals for every department and projects are defined clearly and use to monitor progress and performance. Management by objectives do provides organization with ‘3H1W’ concept.
The Strategy is aimed to improve communication and engagement with the employees to create a well-informed workforce, which in return is able to communicate effectively with all stakeholders. The Strategy shows how effective communications can be achieved to: • Ensure pertinent business information is effectively communicated to and from all stakeholders. • Raise employees’ awareness on all business related matters in the company. • Sustain a culture of two-way
So there is need to catch the flexible changes in the market to meet the customers’ expectations which is essential in drafting organizational strategy. First process of team based organization is to form strategic objectives. Goal and objectives: The goals and objectives are can be given shape from strategic vision. The long term planning like five year or year ten product and profits plans, communicates strategic objectives to the organizational community. These plans are useful in day to day decision
Having access to media is actually effectively handled as well as documented and recorded. The place where back up media can be kept is always secured. User Identification and Privileges Management Each and every user will be granted using special and unique end user
Whether it’s in person or via email, with a sub-contractor or stakeholder, effective communication serves as the very bedrock of a project. It can influence public opinion, give the team a sense of purpose, persuade top management to increase funding and boost project success rates. Highly effective communicators are also more likely to deliver projects on time and within budget. In a real case study for AT&T Center of Excellence Project, they highlighted that efficient and effective communication is the key element for the success of the project. Without appropriate communication, the project risked going unrecognized and not being used to its full potential (AT&T PMCOE,
Indeed, determining four elements of SWOT is entirely realizable easily and quickly. Whereas for internal elements, managers who has ability to understand deeply all aspects of their business, do not encounter any obstacles in the process of gathering information. In addition, information about opportunities and challenges, which is issued and controlled by the government and economic, is always updated and published by the government and economists. So now seeking information about the internal and external factors are very
Poister, Pitts and Edwards (2010) stressed a similar view as they viewed strategic management as an all-encompassing process that integrates the management of an organisation and substantive policy perspectives in a strategic manner and on a continuing basis, with the aim to strengthen the long-term viability and effectiveness of public sector organisations. Nartisa, Putans and Muravska (2012) highlighted that the expected outcome of the strategic management process within both the public and private sectors are theoretically the same and include a strategic plan with clearly formulated vision and achievable goals binding employees at all levels of the organisation. They (Nartisa, et al., 2012), however cautioned that strategy formulation approaches and the usage of this tool in the public service differs from that in the private sector. Minnaar (2010) echoed this difference in that the strategy formulation in the public service is according to him the response to the institutional policy mandate, which response incorporates not only the core functions but also gives practical effect to its