Quality Assurance and Project Management

Sep 30 2012   8:49PM GMT

Either Crib About The Gap Or Put Efforts In Filling The Gap

Jaideep Khanduja Jaideep Khanduja Profile: Jaideep Khanduja

Any Project has high or low level of encountering gaps during its entire lifecycle. High or low will depend on how strong shield is built around the project to anticipate those gaps in advance and ensure getting them filled as soon as they occur during any phase of the project. There can be different forms of Project Managers for managing these projects. One kind will just burst out the moment a sudden gap is encountered during a project which was not anticipated in advance and will try creating hue and cry out of it.

This first type of Project Manager will just keep cribbing about the gap encountered thus making it more disastrous and deadly than it could actually be. If the focus is not gone on filling the gap that has just emerged out, probably the risk increases and it could cause more disaster if given more time to survive. On the other hand we have a small breed of some intelligent kind of Project Managers. This breed is not too worried about encountering any uninvited gap as they are well aware that these kind of scenarios do occur in project lifecycle. They, would rather, immediately assess different ways of filling the gap that has occurred suddenly and decide about the best of the solution out of those worked out.

And once the best solution is identified, its implementation/ action gets started immediately so as to fill the gap at the earliest and reduce the risk life. The higher is the

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