Project management

What is it?

Project management is the set of activities aimed at managing a project, the achievement of project objectives and the planning of all the phases of the project.
The project manager works to ensure that the company’s objectives are achieved taking into account the constraints set by the client, such as meeting deadlines, quality of the result and coherence to the allocated budget, without forgetting unforeseen events and economic risks that may arise.
It is the project culture an essential component of business development and driver of success for companies aiming for a competitive advantage over their competitors.

What we do

For the adequate management of a project it is essential to apply a scientific methodology that targets resources and skills to a purpose.
The management phases are not the same for every project, but it is possible to identify common phases consisting of standard practices.

The 5 phases of a project life cycle:

1. Initiation
2. Planning
3. Execution
4. Control
5. Closure

A project is closed when:

  • all planned products have been realized and approved by the customer;
  • the project is administratively closed and the products are transferred to the production;
  • all contractual and administrative obligations are fulfilled.