The first course Sparkle Learning Solutions had created is about Project Management. Having that in mind and in order to show you why Project Management is important in almost all areas of business, we decided to share the benefits of Project Management to both the organisations and you as individual. ⠀
The ultimate goal of PM is planning. Company wants things done, and wants them done fast and efficiently. That’s when Project Managements steps in. Project Manager creates plan, process, templates and clearly defines tasks. That not only improves productivity but it also reduces costs and the workload.
Good project management is suppposed to help the relationship with your client thrive. When the goal is met, or the needs and expectations of the client are exceeded, the relationship and trust are growing and improving, making both the customer and the whole team more satisfied. ⠀
Project Management is esentally the practice of turning ideas into reality. That is why for every Project Manager, it is so important to set up a plan, and create actionable steps to achieve the goal. With a good plan and management of the actions, every goal can be accomplished. Again, with good project management we reach to customer satisfaction faster, and that makes the team more satisfied on a long run.
The last advantage that we want to mention in this post is about the importance of setting the correct targets. When a good plan is made at the very beginning, that includes all the risks and issues, as well as the budget and schedule, then the project will most likely suceed. The main advantage of project management is that is helps you to manage your project more effectively. It takes time and money to manage a project, however having a good Project Managment team will definitly improve your chances of achieving the set result.
The link for course The SPARK Method is available here if you want to learn more about tools and planning processes, as well as building trust and the relationship with the client as those are skills that are necessary for every (future) Project Manager! 🙂 ⠀