Project Management is the management and planning of a selection of tasks, especially where there are complexities either inside the tasks or inside the groups working on the job, to be able to accomplish a deliverable at the end of the job. The change might be an alteration to the present status quo or it might be introducing something entirely fresh, therefore alter direction is also an element of project management.
Document the Business Prerequisites
The company requirements document should correctly, and in detail, clarify the goal of the undertaking. It says what is required to attain that goal i.e. what's in-scope, what's out-of-scope, any assumptions which were made, any restrictions which were imposed and anticipated timescales. The record will form the Meta description of the goals of this job and, as such, may be utilized to handle the expectations of their stakeholders.
Document the Functional Specification
The company requirements say what is needed but don't define how the deliverable will really get the job done. So in many endeavors with a concrete and technically complex deliverable, it's extremely common to generate additional documentation concerning the appearance and feel of the finished product.
Create the Job Plan
The job plan will include details regarding the various tasks needed to complete the job, the people and equipment included, time quotes, dependencies, milestones and also the general timescales
The tasks will need to be scheduled in the proper sequence and dependencies between jobs factored in. In complex projects, many tasks will be done in parallel to increase the whole project time. The program will also take account of their project budget.