Demand for great project management skills with the FM sector has been on the rise over recent months.
The three project management pillars are:
These three pillars, sometimes referred to as the project management triangle, work together to define the quality of the project's outcomes.
Quality is the key objective for every Project Manager when delivering work for their client.
A successful Project Manager must keep a balance between all three constraints to achieve the desired quality on a given project. The better the quality of the outcomes, the more likely they'll be to win work from that client in the future.
If you want a project done fast, it’ll cost, especially if you can’t bend the scope. A short deadline requires more resources to get the work done on time.
And the better the scope is, the more accurate the timeline will be to reflect the project works that need to take place. The best way to get this right it to make sure you consult your whole team, so that you’re not underestimating the amount of time needed for each project task.
To be successful in Project Management, you have to be able to juggle these three pillars. If you can work within these constraints, balancing them against one another, then you’re going to be sought after!
The most important thing is communication – gathering info from your team, and relaying information back to the client.