Relocation project conception and evaluation
Firstly, the project evaluation phase usually begins with a business case. Before beginning a project we decide if the project is realistic. We look at three key project constraints, there are, money, scope, and also if it can it be completed within the time limit?
In detail, this is where we research whether the project is feasible and if it should be undertaken.
Planning and design
Secondly, our team members decide on a budget, set timelines, and check the availability of resources and materials. Evaluating and agreeing on objectives for on-time project completion.
Project launch and execution
Then, in this third step of the project we build the physical project deliverables and present them to our customer for sign-off. This is usually the longest stage, we keep track of status reports and meetings, development updates, and performance reports.
Project monitoring and controlling
Next, we start measuring project progression and performance and ensuring that everything happening aligns with the project management plan. Project managers will use key performance indicators (KPIs) to determine if the project is on track. Project managers will compare and adjust the project status and progress to the actual plan.
Closing the project and delivering the finished outcome
The last phase is when the project is formally closed. It includes a series of important tasks, delivering the agreed outcomes and providing management information.