Project Management

Project management is the planning, organizing and managing the effort to accomplish a successful project. A project is a one-time activity that produces a specific output and or outcome, for example, a building or a major new computer system.

Product Promotion

The Promotion is the fourth element of the marketing mix (Viz. Product, price, place, promotion) which is considered as a mode of communication that business adopts for achieving the specific set of objectives.

Implementation and Enhancement

We propose a method of performance enhancement using the flatness measure for the Gaussian mixture model face recognition systems. Also, we propose an implementation method of the face recognition systems to improve robustness by training the GMM.

Project Analysis and Reengineering

The emergence of the project office is being driven by the desire to improve and standardize the success rate of Business and IT projects that continue to increase in breadth and complexity.

Project Planning and Task Management

Project management entails organizing and directing all efforts into completing one common goal. It deals with being determined yet wise with your decisions. You need the ability to visualize and communicate.

Project Planning Optimization and Advanced Management

The Project planning optimization techniques, in project management, are tools that are used to adjust the implementation and completion dates of project activities to adjust the planned resource used and the resource availability.

Organizational Change Management

Organizational change management (OCM) is a framework for managing the effect of new business processes, changes in organizational structure or cultural changes within an enterprise. Simply put, OCM addresses the people side of change management.

Project Management Theory

Projects within the context of product development are temporary, divine, unique, and transient. Irrespective of the different latitude of goal requirement for any organisation, either to conduct organisational change or to create competitiveness.

Demand Management

Demand management is the process an organization puts in place to internally collect new ideas, projects, and needs during the creation of a portfolio. Demand management is successful when the final output is useful to prioritize and select a valuable strategically aligned portfolio.

Project Management Guidelines

The project may be something you’ve been given to manage, with little say in its definition. Or it may be something you’ve generated yourself. Either way, spend time identifying expected outcomes before you do anything else.

Resource Management

The process of using a company’s resources in the most efficient way possible. These resources can include tangible resources such as goods and equipment, financial resources, and labor resources such as employees.

Customer and Vendor Management

A Company being an organization and a Contact being an individual person. Contacts can either be independent entities like contractors, consultants or freelancers that you directly do business with or can be associated with a Company that you’re doing business with.