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  • Writer's pictureBanwo Akinyinka

Raising the Bar: Best Practices and Strategies for Development and Management.

Updated: Apr 19, 2023

This piece discusses the best practices and strategies in development and management. Providing insights and tips on sustainable and equitable development, community engagement, and effective project management.


Developing and managing successful projects requires the right set of skills and knowledge. To ensure a project's success, it's essential to follow best practices and implement strategies that have been proven effective. In this blog post, we'll discuss some of the best practices and strategies for development and management.
  1. Comprehensive planning: The first step in any successful project is to have a comprehensive plan. This plan should include a detailed scope of work, schedule, budget, and risk management plan. By having a clear and concise plan, you can reduce the likelihood of costly mistakes and delays.

  2. Effective communication: Communication is a critical aspect of successful project management. It's essential to establish clear lines of communication between all stakeholders, including the project team, vendors, and clients. Regular check-ins and status updates can help ensure that everyone is on the same page.

  3. Risk management: Identifying and managing risks is an essential part of project management. By identifying potential risks early on, you can mitigate their impact and prevent delays. Make sure to conduct a risk assessment at the beginning of the project and regularly review and update the risk management plan as needed.

  4. Utilize technology: Technology can help streamline processes, increase efficiency, and improve communication. There are many project management tools available, such as Trello, Asana, and Basecamp, that can help keep everyone on the same page and simplify project management.

  5. Evaluate project success: Once the project is complete, it's important to evaluate its success. This includes assessing whether the project was completed within budget and on time, whether it met the scope of work, and whether the client is satisfied with the results. By evaluating the project's success, you can identify areas for improvement and make changes for future projects.

Sources:

  • "Best Practices in Project Management" by Project Management Institute

  • "Project Management Tips for Successful Project Delivery" by PM Solutions

  • "5 Strategies for Successful Project Management" by Harvard Business Review


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