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An Investigation on Project Management Standard Practices in IT Organization

Authors: Pecimuthu Gopalasamy, Zulkefli Mansor

In many organizations, project management is no longer a separately identified function, but is entrenched in the overall management of the business. The typical project management environment has become a multi - project. Most of the project decisions require consideration of schedule, resource and cost concerns on other project work, necessitating the review and evaluation of multi-project data. Without good project management standard practices the organization very hard to reach their target. The research problem of this study is to assess how project management standard practices in the IT Organizations are using it. The research method employed was to first identify the best practices of project management, by focusing on generally accepted standards and practices are particularly effective in helping an organization achieve its objectives. It also requires the ability to manage projects in today’s complex, fast-changing organizations, its people, processes and operating systems which all work together in a collaborative, integrated fashion.

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