As far as households are concerned, the National Plan for Energy and Climate (ESEK) envisages the renovation of at least 600,000 residences by 2030.
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Project is a set of tasks that must be performed in a logical order to achieve predetermined goals. It is a temporary venture that aims to create a unique product or service. Temporary because each project has a definite end, and unique because the product or service differs in a distinct way from all similar products or services. The properties of the projects, to be temporary or unique ventures, are in contradiction with the structure of most companies that operate on the basis of processes that have a fixed and permanent character. Managing these qualities is often difficult as it requires special skills from different fields of knowledge. So, the first challenge we face in project management is to ensure that the project is executed and delivered, taking into consideration defined constraints. Limitations, that may be insufficient available time, limited budget etc. The second challenge, which is even more ambitious, is the optimization that needs to be done to all the factors that affect the execution of a project. Therefore, a project is a carefully selected set of activities, selected for the optimal use of resources (time, money, people, materials, machinery, energy, space, etc.) with the ultimate goal of achieving the predetermined goals of the project.
The project manager is the person or team that manages the project. The project must perform many tasks simultaneously. Decisions must also be made at all levels on resource use, schedule adjustments, budget issues, human relations management, communication and technical issues. The main issues must therefore be identified, strategically, regularly or operationally, in order to set priorities and enable the project manager to focus on the critical issues, which alternate depending on the phase in which the project is located.
Project management is the process of organizing the execution of the project.
Through this is achieved:
• Improving project design
• Improving the implementation and control of the various tasks and improving the degree of utilization of productive means and resources (staff, machinery, capital, etc.)
The ultimate goal of project management is to optimize the three basic, interdependent, implementation parameters of a project, namely:
• Maximize performance (eg build quality)
• Cost minimization
• Minimize the implementation time of the data of the existing constraints.
The more complex a project is, the more important is the role and benefits of managing it. In large projects, the need for coordination and cooperation of multiple and non-uniform production teams, make it necessary to organize the project in order to achieve the desired goals. Project management includes many sub-items. The emphasis here is on two of the most important, namely: planning and implementation control.
Project planning and scheduling is the process of drawing up an appropriate work plan for the implementation of a project. This determines the work schedule and the distribution of available resources so that the project is completed on time and economically. In order to compile it, the tasks, the interdependencies and their durations, the required resources, the costs and in general all the implementation constraints are taken into consideration.
Project control is the process of controlling the implementation of programming during the implementation phase of the project. Includes the analysis and comparison of the project implementation flow in relation to the planned work plan, the assessment of the effects of possible deviations and the download.