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Projekto.Biz | Project Management Tools We Use | Feb 2021
Project management tools are aids to assist an individual or team to effectively organize work and manage projects and tasks. The term usually refers to project management software you can purchase online. Despite its name, project management tools are not just for project managers. Project management tools are made to be completely customizable so they can fit the needs of teams of different sizes and with different goals. Project management tools are usually defined by the different features offered. They include, but are not limited to: Planning/scheduling - Project management tools allow you to plan and delegate work all in one place with tasks, sub-tasks, folders, templates, workflows, and calendars. Collaboration - Email is no longer the only form of communication. Use project management tools to assign tasks, add comments, organize dashboards, and for proofing & approvals. Documentation - Avoid missing files with file management features: editing, versioning, & storage of all files. Evaluation - Track and assess productivity and growth through resource management & reporting. Below, we are showing some of the most frequently used tools for Project Management, Program Management and Projects Development ....
Projekto.Biz | Show-Casing Some of Our Projects | Feb 2021
We assist organizations in doing the right projects—those with strategic alignment that make the best use of your time, talent, and budget—and doing them right. Our approach to Project Management is to understand your culture and right-size practices to fit your organizational needs, aligning our recommended structure, tools, and processes with your goals and resources. Below we are show-casing some Projects we have been working on, jointly with the management of some of our clients. # Pharma - Acquisition with Integration # Electrical - Small ERP Implementation # Software as a Service - New Business Segment # Capital Intensive - Monitoring Projects # Software Developer - SAP Developer Firm # Foreign Acquisition - Mexico to Brazil
Projekto.Biz | Time Management
Time Management refers to managing time effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right activity. Effective time management allows individuals to assign specific time slots to activities as per their importance. Time Management refers to making the best use of time as time is always limited. The 5 key elements of time management are: # a conducive environment, # setting priorities, # eliminating non-priorities, # goal setting, and # forming the right habits. 5 essential time management techniques Be intentional: keep a to-do list. ... Be prioritized: rank your tasks. ... Be focused: manage distractions. ... Be structured: time block your work. ... Be self-aware: track your time. The five most important time management skills are: Planning. Decision making and prioritization. Setting boundaries and saying no. Delegating and outsourcing tasks. Building a system and diligently following it. One reason that time management is difficult is due to the planning fallacy—something that occurs when people underestimate how long it will take to finish a task, even if they have done the task before. 8 Barriers of Time Management Too many tasks on our schedule. We should admit that there are always more tasks we need to do than we think. ... Too many interruptions. ... Lack of priority. ... Procrastination. ... Fear of failure. ... Lack of organization. ... Lack of a strategic direction. ... Unable to say (NO!)
Projekto.Biz | Types of Market Research
The most common types of Market Research are: Customer decision journey. Pricing. Competitive Analysis. Brand awareness. Marketing message testing. Market segmentation. Product development 10 great tools for market research # Google Keywords Tool. The Google Keywords tool acts as a window into the behaviour of consumers when searching online for products or services such as yours. ... # Questback. ... # Klout, Kred and Peerindex. ... # KeySurvey. ... # Google Analytics. ... # Market Data Websites. ... # FreeLunch. ... # Social Mention Collecting primary research can include: #Interviews (either by telephone or face-to-face) # Surveys (online or by mail) # Questionnaires (online or by mail) # Focus groups gathering a sampling of potential clients or customers and getting their direct feedback The response time is quick so online surveys have become the preferred method of data collection for many consumer satisfaction surveys and product and service feedback. It is easy to track respondents, non-respondents, and results through the data collection process. Two common themes arose from market research in 2020 – personalisation and convenience. Using AI-assisted data collection helps in advancing research for brands and researchers. The right data going to the right stakeholders in real-time define the success metrics of market research.
Projekto Biz | Project Management Methodologies
A project management methodology is essentially a set of guiding principles and processes for managing a project. Your choice of methodology defines how you work and communicate. According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), a methodology is defined as 'a system of practices, techniques, procedures, and rules used by those who work in a discipline. Lean practices, Kanban, and Six Sigma are project management methodologies examples. The most popular Project Management Methodologies are: Agile. Agile project management is well-named. ... Kanban. Although Kanban is technically an Agile framework, it is widely regarded as its own methodology. ... Lean. ... Waterfall. ... Six Sigma Selecting the Right Project Management Method thru: Project focus (e.g. task activities versus final product) Customer and stakeholder involvement. Industry. Flexibility of timeline. Allotted budget. Number and type of teams working on the project. Complexity of projects. Resources needed versus resources available Why is a Methodology used: In terms of resources, a methodology helps shorten the team's learning curve and, as it is used in projects, it is improved and transformed in line with the company's personal style. With an adapted and standardized focus, it is possible to lower implementation risks and improve the work Therefore, no matter what subject area you're working in, your methodology section will include the following: A recap of your research question(s) ... A description of your design or method. ... The background and rationale for your design choice. ... An evaluation of your choice of method, and a statement of its limitations
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