Project Planning & Management

 

Project planning normally is the second phase in the project management life cycle, which comes after the project has been defined and the project team has been appointed.

Project planning is at the heart of the project life cycle, and defines to everyone involved where the undertakings are going and how to get there.

At Mikab, this is when the project plans are documented, the project deliverables and requirements are defined, and the project schedule is created.

Project Planning & Management

Project planning normally is the second phase in the project management life cycle, which comes after the project has been defined and the project team has been appointed.

At Mikab, this is when the project plans are documented, the project deliverables and requirements are defined, and the project schedule is created.

 
 

Project Planning & Management

What we do:

 

At Mikab, this is when the project plans are documented, the project deliverables and requirements are defined, and the project schedule is created.

We create a set of plans to help guide your team through the implementation and closure phases of the project. The plans created during this phase will help you manage time, cost, quality, changes, risk, and related issues. They will also help you control staff and external suppliers to ensure that you deliver the project on time, within budget, and within schedule. This is achieved through our predefined processes:

  • Scope planning: Specifying the in-scope requirements for the project to facilitate creating the work breakdown structure.
     

  • Preparation of the work breakdown structure: Spelling out the breakdown of the project into tasks and sub-tasks.
     

  • Project schedule development: Listing the entire schedule of the activities and detailing their sequence of implementation.
     

  • Resource planning: Indicating who will do what work, at which time, and if any special skills are needed to accomplish the project tasks.

  • Budget planning: Specifying the budgeted cost to be incurred at the completion of the project.
     

  • Procurement planning: Focusing on vendors outside your company and subcontracting.
     

  • Risk management: Planning for possible risks and considering optional contingency plans and mitigation strategies.
     

  • Quality planning: Assessing quality criteria to be used for the project.
     

  • Communication planning: Designing the communication strategy with all project stakeholders.

How we do it:

The project planning phase is often the most challenging phase, we always make an educated guess about the staff, resources, and equipment needed to complete your project. We also plan the communications and procurement activities, as well as con- tract any third-party suppliers.

Why you need it:

 

There are a number of purposes of the project planning and management services you get by hiring Mikab and these include (but limited to):

  • Establish business requirements.
     

  • Establish cost, schedule, list of deliverables, and delivery dates.
     

  • Establish resources plans.
     

  • Obtain management approval and proceed to the next phase.