Project implementation techniques

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Existem diferentes metodologias para a implementação de projetos  que são usadas para orientar uma execução bem-sucedida. Aqui estão algumas:

The scrum methodology focuses on quickly executing project deliverables. Here, team members focus on the important tasks of daily work “sprints” and report their progress on recurring check-ins.

Agile project implementation:
With the agile technique, project leaders prepare their teams to adapt to changes or developments in the project. They do not rely on rigid strategies and procedures. They adapt the plan as needed.

The Kanban style of management includes the use of a detailed view that maps the entire project and its stages. As with the agile method, teams using Kanban adapt quickly. With each change that comes along, they remap the project to completion.

Currently, DevOps is the standard technique for software development teams. In this method, developers conduct feedback, quality control, and security checks. They do this throughout the entire process, not just at the end. This increases agility and reduces the number of time-consuming adjustments that cause bottlenecks.

Success at all stages
Pressure from project managers is high. There are a range of responsibilities and people to manage. To succeed, you need significant preparation to help turn your idea into a reality.

We hope this guide has given you valuable information! Make your next project implementation even easier with our project deliverables template below.

How will you structure your project? The way you organize your project depends on the structure you use to run it. For example, if you are using the waterfall framework, you will plan everything in advance. You will go through all stages of development sequentially—initiation, requirements gathering and analysis, design, implementation, testing, and maintenance. Roles are clearly defined, with each team member stepping in to carry out their specific task at a given stage.

Each phase has a clear start and end date and all your tasks are completed at once. Task delivery is constantly reprioritized with each new information, so you won’t need set deadlines for each phase. You can simply plan how to monitor and control the volume of work in progress. Whichever structure you choose, this section of the project plan should outline how you intend to organize and assign deliverables or responsibilities.

Remember that centralizing project structures can negatively impact success, so try to find ways for teams to work autonomously. It’s not good to have one person responsible for approving everything — it will create bottlenecks in your processes.

Likewise, when teams share knowledge with each other, projects are more successful. Plan the communication structures you will use to encourage collaboration.

 What resources do you have available?

Define the resources available for this project:

  • Team
  • Hour
  • Budget
  • Technology
  • physical resources

You must be precise in assessing what you will need, otherwise it will be like baking a cake with the wrong ingredients.

Consider your team, for example. When teams have the right highly qualified people, projects are 30% more likely to succeed. However, a third believe their teams don’t have all the right skills for the project — a recipe for failure.It’s no use saying that two software developers will be enough and ending up realizing that you’re going to miss all the deadlines because they’re overloaded. If you want to effectively allocate your resources to meet expectations, you need to be realistic about resource limitations. This can mean, for example, adjusting deadlines if you have fewer employees or increasing your budget if you need more specialized equipment.

How is your schedule?

Organizations that implement deadlines in project plans have a 52% higher probability of success. Despite this, 80% of the projects do not have defined base programs. This is probably why 43% of organizations say they rarely or never complete successful projects on time.In this regard, it is advisable to add a programming section to your project planning. It should set expectations about when you will deliver and how you will meet the schedule.

Your project schedule will be slightly different depending on the chosen framework. Tasks where there is a “work in progress” (WIP) will depend on the capabilities of your team. In this section, you must define the maximum number of WIPs you can have at one time in each column.

Let’s say it’s a blog writing project. You can have 10 editors, but only 2 editors. You will need to limit the amount of text that will be sent to editors so that they are not overwhelmed. Whatever framework you are working with, you will need to add a programming risk management section. Explain risks that could delay deliveries or create bottlenecks. Make sure you have contingency plans in place to mitigate these risks.