IT Project Management is the process of planning, organizing, motivating and controlling resources, procedures, and protocols to achieve specific goals. Projects are temporary, one-time endeavors to produce a unique product, service, or result. They have a defined beginning and end, are usually time-sensitive, and are often constrained by funding and/or deliverables.
The primary challenge of IT Project Management is to achieve all the project goals and objectives while honoring all preconceived constraints. The primary constraints are scope, time, quality, and budget. Another challenge is in optimizing the allocation of necessary inputs and integrating them to meet pre-defined objectives.
Not using a standardized approach is usually the biggest IT project management mistake a business makes. A standardized approach makes it possible to measure success while also determining the processes and methods which work and which need improvement. Program investment and execution economics drive client demand for efficient delivery and high-quality deliverables.
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