Project Management skills revolve around an understanding of the goal, a clear sense of how all the people and tasks are integrated, and being able to communicate clearly and effectively.
“Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised.” ~ Denis Waitley
Within a project that has many elements, it is almost inevitable that some parts of the process will need adapting or removing. Constraints like personnel, budget, timelines, or a change in the original specifications require assessing and reevaluating to steer the project towards a successful completion.
Controlling risk is an important part of the role. Exhaustive testing is not possible so risk-based testing looks to prioritize, specify, and then tackle the highest risk factors first. The risk is determined by likelihood and potential impact. The underlying goal of any code is to fit the requirements.
We have experience managing projects for a major International IT division.