Everyone has goals but some seem to accomplish far more than others. Project planning is one of the effective ways project managers assist the organisation to achieve their goals fast and effectively, since it allows them to focus on only works that matter. A writer on a teamwork blog says rendering from a professional expert, when it is done right, the importance of projects and their management in an organisation assist every part of the business run more smoothly and allows your team to focus on the work that matters, free from the distractions caused by tasks going off track or budgets spinning out of control. As a project manager, how do you go about your quality, good skills in management, to come up with a successful project management? The purpose of projects in business, John Kasujja, a project manager at KISA ltd says, is to identify, describe and analyse a business opportunity or a business already under way to examine its technical, economic and financial feasibility. “Establish clear and realistic objectives and goals as you go about your project. For example, if you want to increase on your products as a firm gaining more clients than before, you shouldn’t say “I want to increase on products”. It is always good to identify to what percentage you want to be productive, may be 20% of your normal productivity, in addition to what element will get you there” Kasujja says One thing to almost guarantee project failure is to begin with unclear project objectives and goals, Kasujja says adding that, as a project manager, you should identify what the risks are and create ways to keep these errors from occurring and mitigation actions when they occur. That why it’s important to conduct smart management. “After all, there is no any other way to realise if you have succeeded, if you are not realistic with what you are trying to accomplish” Kasujja says. Jean Bosco Nshimiyimana, a lecturer at University of Rwanda’s College of Education adds that project managers should identify your inputs and outputs clearly. “Project inputs, this is when you do complete research and bring all the documents data, to receive full information, business plan, stakeholders and interviews. Think about all the requirements to use in your project, after setting them together, look for info that you need one by one,” Nshimiyimana says He adds that, project outputs include activities, the work, presentations and time frame of each task, price it will cost, money and when to deliver it. Time controlling leads to the success of your stories. Nshimiyimana goes on to say that, it is crucial to plan a project in the business that is stable and is not changing their operating system any time soon. “One of the objects leading to a failed project in an organisation is change in organisation priorities. Choose persistent team work, as your human resource to provide enough equities such as computer, boardroom desks, among others” Nshiyimana says He concludes that, among many more, project managers should always fill gaps in communication, as effective communication, result oriented and great team work is key to the success of a project.