Learn about the University's Project Management methodologies
What is Project Management?
Project management is the discipline of Planning, Organising and Managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.
The University has developed a Project Management methodology and set of standard templates that can be used to manage your project more effectively.
Why use a methodology?
A methodology is a systematic approach to the initiation, management and closure of projects. Without such a structural approach, there is a risk that those who are involved in the project may have differing ideas about how things will be organised and completed. Furthermore, there will be confusion around roles and responsibilities, authority and accountability.
The University Methodology is primarily intended as guidance for new Project Managers given project management responsibility, senior managers who have project governance responsibilities and project team members across the University.