- Scope Management
- Time Management
- Cost Management
- Risk Management
- Quality Management
- Human Resource Management
- Scope management
Project scope management means a collective process that ensures a particular project’s scope is properly being explained and mapped. Scope management methods enable project managers and supervisors to distribute the right quantity of work needed to complete a project.
Under scope management, three processes are involved-
- Time management
Time management plays a crucial role in the project completion process. It can control the time which is used to complete the project. The project manager should have strong skills to control the available time and work accordingly.
Steps in time management are as follows-
- Represent work
- Arrange the works in order
- Estimate the required resource to complete the project
- Estimate the time needed to complete the project
- Prepare schedule
- Control and work according to the plan
- Cost management
The Cost management process involves the planning and controlling of allocated money of a project. Under this, the managers are required to predict the future budget needs to minimize the possibilities of it going over budget. It also gives guidelines to complete the entire project within the allocated budget.
Steps involved under cost management are-
- Resource availability
- Estimate the money to complete the entire project
- Cost budgeting
- Control the cost
- Risk management
Project risk management is the process of diagnosing the risks in a project and further analyzing that risk and responding accordingly. It mainly focuses on the risks that occur within the project time and respond to that risk effectively and allow the project to meet its goal.
- Quality management
Quality management, as the term itself says, is all about controlling the quality of the project. Desired quality needs to be maintained by managers. The quality maintained in a project is expressed by the owners and their clients. Quality planning, assurance, and control of the quality are the main steps in this management. Customer satisfaction and steady development are the main quality management skills.
- Human resource management
Human resource management is also a part of the management project as it deals with hiring and organizing the people in the organization. Human resource management decisions are an important part of the project to achieve a better quality product. It manages the duties of people in the organization and their quality of work to get quality output from the entire project. It tries to get maximum and effective work from workers.