After you conceptualize and identify the purpose of any project, what
you would do next is to identify its objectives and define the scope.
The remaining tasks that are a part of any project are many and laborious
indeed. Resource identifying, resource allocation, task identification,
constraint definitions, cost and time estimates and a whole lot more.
Even the long years of experience working as a project manager may not
prepare you for the sudden creep of unforeseen issues in a project. They
could be related to a sudden unavailability of resources or unpredicted
task constraints. What does this mean for you as a manager of a project?
It could mean defining the project all over again and starting from scratch.
The other option is to keep a control on your project at all times using
an intelligent tool like Microsoft Project 2000. An easy and flexible
tool that expands into web compatible software. With expanded work group
features, members in a team can view project data with any browser and
exchange information easily, irrespective of their locations.