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Why Adroit?
  Project Management
  Adroit believes Project Management is a set of inter-related phases, activities and tasks that define the project process from the start through to completion. Each phase of the project produces a major deliverable that contributes towards achieving project objectives. The objective is to provide common standards to ensure that projects are conducted in a disciplined, well-managed, and consistent manner, resulting in projects that are completed on time and within budget.
  Adroit considers three main phases for projects
  Project Initiation
  Project initiation is very critical. Adroit targets to address following in this phase
Project charter
Objective Definition - project objective statement
Scope/deliverables identification - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Time-sequenced task scheduling and critical path identification
Project Reviews, Communication, and Escalation structure
  Project Control
  The control phase involves managing and tracking the project. To do this a project plan is developed. The project plan is most commonly expressed in the form of a Gantt chart and identifies the stages, tasks, timeline and resources.
  Once planned, it is important to identify factors that could impact the project. This is done using the issues log and risk log. The issues log is used to record issues and a create a plan to address them. The risk log is used to record and grade risks with an associated action plan to mitigate them.
  Based on experience Adroit has identified following major risks for any SAP project:
Lack of top management commitment
Inappropriate requirement specifications
Non-availability of team members
Sub-optimal testing
Incomplete or Incorrect Data
Manpower attritions
  All the risks are well communicated to the customer. The possible preventive actions are communicated to the customer during the initial workshops conducted. Adroit uses proven techniques and staffing processes to avoid manpower attrition during the project.
  Most importantly, the key to good project management and a successful project outcome is effective communication. Adroit ensures total transparency at all stages and to all stakeholders of the project.
  Project Closure
  Project closure is an important aspect of project management that is often overlooked. At this point it is important to know whether the project has achieved its goals and objectives. Adroit uses systematic tools and artifacts to evaluate how well the project has performed against its original business case, quality criteria, costs, duration and tolerances. This knowledge repository is used to pass on any lessons that can be usefully applied to future projects.