Circulator’s project manager will undertake the responsibility of executing and delivering your project.
The project manager closely monitors the development process, prepares and executes various plans, arranges necessary and adequate resources, maintains communication among all team members in order to address issues of cost, budget, resources, time, quality and customer satisfaction.
This is the first phase of the project process. During initiation, Circulator works with our client brief and brainstorm ideas, define the project, define the project’s goals, and set up the specifications and parameters of the project.
The second phase is planning. During this phase, we create a baseline plan for your project. This baseline plan will include things like: schedules, resource lists, tasks and activities, team members, risk analyses and reporting structures. The plan then needs to be evaluated and approved by project stakeholders.
Execution means the implementation of your project plan. The execution phase can take the longest of all the stages, depending on the particular project. The performance of the project team is crucial during this part of the process.
Monitoring and controlling consists of keeping to your schedule, reporting to stakeholders and interested parties, monitoring the budget, and making sure that the execution of the project matches up to the initial plan. The project process also goes back and forth between planning, executing, and monitoring during this phase. Each time there is a discrepancy during the monitoring phase, the plan needs to be altered and re-implemented.
As the project nears completion, Circulator will close the project contract, meet the final project goals, and compile all the final reports and documentation. We document everything before closing the project and deliver an evaluation of the project results.