Planning and follow-up techniques and their role in project management

Planning and follow-up techniques and their role in project management

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The projects have emerged to meet the multiple needs and human demands, and with the remarkable development on the international scene in the fields of construction, these projects are now experiencing a greater scale and a multiplicity and complexity of their activities. 

What requires precise control in its various operations and steps, from this point on, project management has emerged as one of the disciplines of modern management to meet the project objective, and as a general framework to provide assistance and solutions that would support its implementation within cost and estimated time limits. 

Planning and monitoring techniques involving project management are considered among the methods of success and effectiveness that lead to the achievement of project objectives according to the limits and potentials of the project, and according to what these techniques offer. the control of all its parts and the effectiveness of the latter because they are characterized by flexibility of influence and control of the conduct of its various activities.

Despite the importance of these techniques; it is difficult to find a definition between the project administrators, especially in third world countries, including Algerian projects, who have not benefited from the products of science and technology (as is the case with the project understudy), as a result, these projects suffer from delays in delivery and poorly estimated costs; this, therefore, requires the need to adopt these successful management models in order to master the realization of projects.
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