Managing project resource capacity is one of the main concerns of our customers. Indeed, the success of a project largely depends on the availability and optimal utilization of resources, whether human, material, or financial. In fact, according to a study conducted by the Association for Project Management, poor resource management is the cause of 43% of project failures.
In this context, it is essential to establish a strategy for managing project resource capacity to maximize their utilization and minimize risks. Poor resource management can lead to disastrous consequences for the success of your projects. Delivery delays, cost overruns, decreased quality, team burnout, and stakeholder dissatisfaction are all risks to avoid through flexible, structured, and efficient resource management.
Resource management involves several key stages, from planning to real-time monitoring of resource use:
Use the collected information to allocate resources in a balanced way according to priorities, skills and capacity.
Compare planned times with actual times to identify any deviations.
By examining the time spent on completed projects, you can :
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