When managing a project, it is normally expected that all processes and activities essential to the completion of a project are completed on time and within budget. It is, more often than not, the “on time” and “on budget” parts that identify success in project management.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) defines project management as “the application of knowledge, skills and techniques to execute projects effectively and efficiently.” To ensure this success and aptly consider yourself an effective project manager, should you manage and execute every little detail of the project management plan yourself?
The more complex the process, the lesser the chances of achieving high-performing results, as individual efficiency is inversely proportional to process complexity. The reason for the increasingly growing complexity is simple: Businesses are becoming more and more dynamic, and operations such as helpdesk management, invoicing and customer relations are becoming less predictive, making it extremely challenging to foresee the next set of steps and efficiently model or create a process template. Traditional BPM (business process management) solutions are, at best, restrictive, and continuing to rely on them for constantly evolving process rules can be a risky business move.
Let us delve into some of the more critical business processes:
Comindware (https://www.comindware.com) – a leading provider of products and services for predictive Project Management and adaptive Business Process Management, announced that Comindware Project on iPad, has been named by KMWorld, The 2014 Trend-Setting Product for demonstrating a clearly identifiable technology breakthrough that serves the vendor’s full spectrum of constituencies.
Comindware® (https://www.comindware.com) – a leading provider of products and services for predictive Project Management and adaptive Business Process Management extends the functionality of its innovative project management solution – Comindware Project – to enable project management for external users and contractors.
Comindware Project empowers companies with an innovative Project Management technology to dramatically simplify planning for Project Managers and enable effective execution and collaboration for project teams.
Comindware® (https://www.comindware.com) – a leading provider of products and services for predictive Project Management and adaptive Business Process Management – further extends the functionality of its flagship product Comindware Tracker® with per-field security control and parallel workflow.
People learn three ways – visual, auditory and kinesthetic. But by far, according to a Forbes article, “the most important part of our brains taking in new stimuli is visual.” Here’s one example that clearly illustrates this point: Between an infographic and a large block of text, the former is far easier to digest. This is also one of the reasons behind the use of visual tools in project management software, e.g., the project management Gantt chart.
Comindware a leading global provider of innovative Work Management Solutions has been named finalist for Most Innovative IT Software of the Year. Comindware (https://www.comindware.com), a leading provider of innovative Work Management solutions today announced that it has been named the finalist in the “Most Innovative IT Software” category in the 9th Annual 2014 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards. The results will be determined in final judging and announced at the gala banquet at the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel on Monday, June 23, 2014.
As an enterprise expands in scope, workload increases. Automation of repetitive work becomes mandatory, as a consequence. Because of the scalability and cost-effectiveness of cloud-based software solutions, among other things, to improve the efficacy of a company’s workflow, cloud implementation is one of the first considered options.
Prepping for a boxing match is no walk in the park. A lot is dependent on the game plan. And if the plan isn’t carefully thought out, barring a lucky punch come show time, a defeat isn’t too far behind.