Project management

Project Management




Project management is a carefully planned and organized effort to accomplish a specific (and usually) one-time objective, for example, construct a building

or implement a major new computer system.



At CDigital our Project Management Team can manage any size or any nature of project. We start with a project plan, which includes defining and confirming the project goals and objectives, identifying tasks and how goals will be achieved, quantifying the resources needed, and determining budgets and timelines for completion.

As per our past experiences, with project plan we operate regular ‘controls’ to ensure that there is accurate and objective information on ‘performance’ relative to the plan, and the mechanisms to implement recovery actions where necessary.

Project usually follow phases or stages including feasibility, definition, project planning, implementation and support/maintenances.

At CDIGITAL, our Project Managers follow all the rules to make sure that projects will meet their budgets and dead lines. We perform several following different types of activities to control a project as:

  • Analysis and design of objectives and events
  • Planning the work according to the objectives
  • Assessing and controlling risk (or Risk Management)
  • Estimating resources
  • Allocation of resources
  • Organizing the work
  • Acquiring human and material resources
  • Assigning tasks
  • Directing activities
  • Controlling project execution
  • Tracking and reporting progress (Management information system)
  • Analyzing the results based on the facts achieved
  • Defining the products of the project
  • Forecasting future trends in the project
  • Quality Management
  • Issues management
  • Issue solving
  • Defect prevention
  • Identifying, managing & controlling changes
  • Project closure (and project debrief)
  • Communicating to stakeholders

The following are the set of documents, which CDigital Project Management Team serve to clarify objectives and deliverables and to align client’s expectations.

  • Project Charter
  • Preliminary Scope Statement / Statement of work
  • Business case / Feasibility Study
  • Scope Statement / Terms of reference
  • Project management plan / Project Initiation Document
  • Work Breakdown Structure
  • Change Control Plan
  • Risk Management Plan
  • Risk Breakdown Structure
  • Communications Plan
  • Governance Model
  • Risk Register
  • Issue Log
  • Action Item List
  • Resource Management Plan
  • Project Schedule
  • Project Status Report
  • Responsibility assignment (RACI) matrix
  • Database of lessons learned
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Document Management