Projects can be carried out on different levels, within different scopes, having different resources at one’s disposal. Since there are so many possibilities to approach a project it might not be clear which one to choose, or you might have chosen an approach but are not sure how to actually put it into practice. Project management is very important for achieving the goals and objectives you set as targets. You might want to use a Lean approach, i.e. making a team more effective using fewer resources, or a Six Sigma approach which especially focuses on the quality management of the project’s processes. Another possibility is PRINCE2 (PRojects IN Controlled Environments2) Foundation or Practitioner which have become standard approaches for project management in the UK, enabling its practitioners to create a clearly defined framework to coordinate people and activities. Another approach to projects more focused on the IT sector, is ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) which is a set of concepts providing practitioners with detailed descriptions of important IT practices, comprehensive checklists, tasks and procedures that can be customised according to the practitioners’ needs.
Which ever one you might be interested in, you will find a suitable approach among Springest’s Project Management training courses.