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Project Management


Definition of project management
Project Management is defined as a discipline related to the organization and management of resources available in projects, such as human resources or material resources, in such a way that the project can be successfully completed taking into account the quality, time and cost factors available.

Project management elements
Time: As one of the most important elements of project management, timely completion of projects increases customer confidence, as well as providing a lot of costly expenses for the company.
Cost: It is intended to control costs and financial matters in order to increase profit production.
Human resources: One of the most important elements of project management is to monitor the work of employees to evaluate the performance and production process on a regular and continuous basis.
Tasks: Follow up the tasks of completing the project in a timely and cost appropriate manner, where all the steps of the project must follow from the initial small things until reaching the final point, and the work may be simple or complex.

Project objectives are not the same in all projects, as they are varied and varied for each project according to its budget and nature. However, the objectives of managing public projects are:
– Increase productivity.
– Reduce costs.
– Reduction of expenses.
– Terminate the project at the agreed time.
– Completion of the project according to the budget.
– Implementation of all requirements such as: quality assurance.
– Satisfy all project parties from client to project team.

Stages of project implementation
The project is defined as a range of activities that employ a variety of resources, such as: physical or human resources, energy resources, communications and risks, with a view to achieving certain objectives. Any project passes through several phases when implemented:
Foundation stage: during which the general ideas and vision of the project are determined.
Planning phase: During which the course of the project is planned and implemented, and the necessary resources are needed throughout the project.
Implementation phase: During which project activities are carried out according to the project plan.
Monitoring and control phase: during which the activities of the project are monitored and the project is fully evaluated.
Project Completion Phase: During which project accounts and activities are fully closed and the objectives of the project are achieved.

Difficulties and challenges in project management
There are two major challenges facing any project management process. Completion of project completion is the most challenging and ambitious project. Inputs required to achieve predefined goals.

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