Why Pro-PM Methodology is Effective
The Pro-PM methodology identifies risks to the success of the project and mitigates those risks. Using a Pro-PM approach requires that the project manager take control of any adverse situation that could arise throughout the project, well before it happens. Think through what issues or scenarios could happen. Either plan to avoid that situation or plan to deal with the problem if it occurs. Doing this exercise with a complete project plan provides an excellent opportunity for all team members, regardless of their knowledge and experience, to continue to grow a project through analysis, planning, and execution.
Systematic Process for Resource Management
The Pro-PM methodology uses a systematic process that allocates resources where they are most needed and where they are most useful. Remember, no two projects or clients are alike. A systematic resource allocation process implements strategies that adapt to the unique conditions of each project.
Pro-PM methodology develops and employs synchronization and tracking tools to keep the project on schedule and manage time competently. The two longest lead-time items for all projects are the resourcing of people and setting up development, testing, and production environments. A Pro-PM methodology keeps a team on their toes as well as enables the team to stay on schedule while developing and implementing solutions.