Effective Time Management in IT Projects

Agnieszka Parkitna , Adam Sulich , Maciej Wilk


The article undertakes considerations aimed at bringing a closer view of effective time management in projects. Paper describes the important role of project management and the importance of project effectiveness in managing modern IT organizations. Particular attention was paid to the very definition of project effectiveness. An important element of the analysis is a discussion of the project’s limitations and the proposed methodology for measuring effectiveness in IT projects. A model for measuring the project's effectiveness was proposed in this paper. Time was considered as the basis for the designed project’s effectiveness measure. The concept of billability has been also defined. Based on the case study, the effectiveness of billability measurement in the diagnosis of project effectiveness was demonstrated.
Author Agnieszka Parkitna - Wrocław University of Science and Technology (PWr)
Agnieszka Parkitna,,
, Adam Sulich (BM / DoSaMM)
Adam Sulich,,
- Department of Strategy and Management Methods
, Maciej Wilk - Wrocław University of Science and Technology (PWr)
Maciej Wilk,,
Publication size in sheets0.6
Book Soliman Khalid S. (eds.): Education Excellence and Innovation Management: A 2025 Vision to Sustain Economic Development during Global Challenges, 2020, International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA), ISBN 9780999855141
Keywords in EnglishIT Project Management, Time Management, Effectiveness
Languageen angielski
Parkitna_A_Sulich_A_Wilk_M_Effective_Time_Management.pdf 194,64 KB
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UwagaThe project is financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland under the programme “Regional Initiative of Excellence” 2019 - 2022 project number 015/RID/2018/19 total funding amount 10 721 040,00 PLN.
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