Sample Management Paper on Project Management Software

PMIS promotes better coordination within the team; hence, increases the group’s ability to detect and respond to a problem, a factor that encourages agility in the organization (Kostalova, Libena and Jan 98). For instance, PM software such as ProjectLibre and Gantter, enable individuals to monitor tasks from their conception to implementation. My chosen packages are ProjectLibre and Gantter which are both compatible with other systems and allow a person to view data developed in different packages.

Among the numerous PM Freeware applications, the chosen packages include ProjectLibre and Gantter. ProjectLibre is compatible with other online applications and enables an individual to observe files developed in MS Project. Moreover, the software provides a comprehensive view of the key steps of the schedule (Kostalova, Libena, and Jan 100). ProjectLibre also has a feature that enables generation of work breakdown through graphical representation. Gantter is enjoined with Google Drive, which makes it easy to use and view data in different applications. However, its usage is limited because the program only supports project time and source. The ideal PMIS I would choose is the ProjectLibre since it works well with other operating systems. Moreover, the software is cost-effective and serves various purposes such as planning schedules, costs, and organizing of project outcomes.

Conclusion

Conclusively, the invention of PMIS has significantly revolutionized PM by reducing time demands and enhancing exchange of information among team members, thereby encouraging agility. Among the commonly used applications are Gantter and ProjectLibre. The use of Gantter is limited to project time and source, whereas ProjectLibre is compatible with other software; thus, supports a variety of functions. As such, the ideal software for my project is ProjectLibre because it is cost-effective and serves a variety of functions.

 

Works Cited

Kostalova, Jana, Libena Tetrevova, and Jan Svedik. “Support of project management methods by project management information system.” Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 210 (2015): 96-104. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042815056803