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The Three P’s of Project Management
People Management is essential in regards to project management. It takes the leadership of the project manager to guide a team towards working together in symmetry to accomplish the objectives of a project. I feel that co-operation and collaboration are a couple of key ingredients when it comes to people management. Without co-operation and/or collaboration by the team or an individual on the team, a project can end up in jeopardy.
Process management is equally important to people management. Without either of these, the ability to provide a successful project outcome is severely diminished. To improve the outcome of a project the PM utilises sound and repeatable processes that lead to a successful project implementation. PM’s use their knowledge, skills and effectiveness to incorporate the project management process groups and knowledge areas.
Finally, there is Performance management. For the most part, this category falls under process management for all intensive purposes. I like to breakout performance management and look at it from a different perspective. The purpose of performance management is to answer the question … How is you project coming along? When that is asked it should be able to be address the triple constraints. Is the project on schedule? Is it within budget? Will it meet the project scope? By measuring the triple constraints, a PM can track the actual progress of a project and make adjustments based on this information. Performance management holds the team accountable and keeps the senior team informed.