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Planning a project – part 3

Planning a project – part 3

In this blog I’ll cover the final part of the overview of project planning requirements. These last few points are as more about how to control the plan as the project goes on and what to do on a regular basis with regards to keeping the plan up to date and analysing...

Planning a project – part 2

Planning a project – part 2

This is the second part of what’s required to generate a project plan – as I’m sure you’re beginning to understand, it’s not perhaps as simple a progress as some might think. However, putting a plan in place at the beginning of a project that is accurate, well thought...

Planning a project – part 1

Planning a project – part 1

Now we come to the nitty-gritty of what is required to put together a plan for a project. Another common misconception when it comes to project planning is that it only applies to large construction projects – this is far from the case. Planning can be applied to...

Project Management Software

Project Management Software

In this blog, I’m going to talk about the software we use at GSP Planning in general terms. There are several different examples of project management software available today, ranging from the relatively simple Microsoft Project through to more sophisticated (and...

Project, Programme and Resource Management

Project, Programme and Resource Management

People often ask me what I do for a living, and once I’ve told them I provide planning & programme management services, I more often than not get the response “What’s that when it’s at home then?” or even “is that to do with planning permissions for building...

How to plan a project

"Plans are of little importance – but planning is essential!" – Winston Churchill Think about it...planning is a very natural process. Every day we all make lots of little plans (eg. what we will do when we get into work, where will we go at the weekend, what we will...