There is no perfect structure of organization to be used for the management of projects and similar temporary businesses. However, it becomes crucial for assessing the feasibility of each and every alternative. The most appropriate structure of organization in the current era is the basic structure of hierarch. This can be identified as the standardized pyramid with the placement of top management on the top while spreading across lower and middle management (Nelson, 2009). Usually, there is breaking down of the organization across various functional units like administration, accounting, research and engineering.
The key strength provided by such a structure is the scope of centralizing a number of related resources. The department of engineering will play a crucial role in providing a comfortable and secure arrangement of the organization with appropriate defined paths. There can be provision of mutual support as a result of physical proximity. However, when there is an involvement of a number of project in this claim, there is invariable rise in conflict across the considerably priorities set by the project for competing the resource. Moreover, the department of function set in accordance with technical speciality often ends up placing increased emphasis upon individual specialty (Cagley, 2010). Lack of inertia and motivation can be other issues. There can be employment of technologies of project management for minimizing the disruptions caused in routine activities of the business with its placement along a single command of resources, technologies and skills required for realizing a specific project. The requirement of skills has key dependence upon specific resources and project available at the specific point of time.
The process of project management was typically inclusive of four main phases that are initiation of project, plan for project, execution of project and closure of project. The ANU Environmental Management Plan will be acting as a resource of knowledge management for the purpose of serving each and every need of the community and enhancing the communication across the general public and the community. The project focuses on supporting the five main functions of practice that are: learning organization, organizational communication, international and national relations, capable workforce, and doctrine and policy storage. This project further considers the adoption of DMAIC approach to the management of project. DMAIC can be considered as a basic component consisting of the methodology of six sigma as a way of improving the work processes by the elimination of defects. The use of DMAIC approach further ensured the improvement of efficiency and elimination of defects in implementing the project. The Project Support and Planning Office of Information Services will be providing critical guidance and support of project management throughout the project. This methodology focused on five key steps that are defining, measuring, analysing, improving and controlling. All of these steps were crucial for a number of reasons as every step sets the fundamental base for the next step to follow.