Project Creates Task/Work
Department assigns Responsibility
Discipline users does work
Report Progress to client
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Daily Followup to avoid delays
Control Team and its performance
Control Project Cashflow/Billing
1. Project Control
2. Document Management
3. Management Reporting
4. Project Monitoring
2. Project Control
3. Task Allocation
4. Fraud Detection
5. Project Data Entry
1. Duplicate Work
3. Repetitive Work
Construction management is the process of planning, coordinating and providing monitoring and controlling of a construction project. This style of project management is designed for the, as the name implies, construction industry. ... The stages are design, pre-construction, procurement, build, and owner occupancy.
A construction manager will supervise and manage contractors and laborers at construction sites. Often they meet with architects, specialized trade employees, and civil engineers on projects or upcoming builds. They must address emergencies, work delays, or other problems that affect the construction project.
e.g. EPC Project, Construction, Infra, BOT, Contract, PAD AC Installation, Software Projects etc.
Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints. This information is usually described in project documentation, created at the beginning of the development process. The primary constraints are scope, time, quality and budget. The secondary—and more ambitious—challenge is to optimize the allocation of necessary inputs and apply them to meet pre-defined objectives.
e.g. Departments like Enginnering, Procurement, Manufacturing, Construction, Commissioning etc.
A work-breakdown structure (WBS) in project management and systems engineering, is a deliverable-oriented breakdown of a project into smaller components. A work breakdown structure is a key project deliverable that organizes the team's work into manageable sections. The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK 5) defines the work-breakdown structure "A hierarchical decomposition of the total scope of work to be carried out by the project team to accomplish the project objectives and create the required deliverables."
e.g. Engineering Drawings, Procured or Manufactured items, Construction & Commissioning Service, Software module etc.
A Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) is a hierarchical structure of things that the project will make or outcomes that it will deliver. It can be thought of as the project shopping list. It decomposes a Main Project Product into its constituent parts in the form of a hierarchical structure.
e.g. Preparing PO, Receiving Material, QC, Cutting, Fitting, Installing etc.
Every Product to be delivered as per PBS requires certain ERP Activities to be performed. This feature is missing in most project management softwares. Unless you integrate ERP tightly with project management you cannot execute projects properly.
e.g. Disciplinewise engineers like Process, Civil, Electrical, Instruments, Mechanical, Piping, Programmers etc.
Disciplinewise Teams or People are required to do above mentioned Activities to deliver Product mentioned in PBS. Who will perform or do what work is assigned by Project Incharge or Department Manager. System automatically makes TODO List for Teams and measures delays/progress.