Project management explained simply

Projects are characterized by a beginning and an end. With projects, you can define and implement delimited measures in addition to the ongoing work in day-to-day business.

However, as defined in DIN 69901, projects also require their own, project-specific organization, into which management tasks, management techniques and management resources must be appropriately incorporated. Projects do not “take care of themselves” on the fringes of day-to-day business, but require a high level of attention starting in the definition and organization phase.

Also keep in mind that not every manager from the line organization is also a good project manager. Projects depend on other skills. Otherwise, however, the usual recommendations on leadership topics apply. As a rule, projects are intended to initiate and implement change. Therefore, change management is relevant for project management.


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