Traditional project management refers to the use of traditional methods and tools to plan, track, and complete projects. This includes, for example, creating project plans, assigning tasks and responsibilities, tracking progress and budget, and reporting status.
Some technologies that are relevant in the application of classical project management are:
Project Management Software: There are a variety of software tools that can be used in planning and tracking projects. Examples of such tools are Microsoft Project, Asana and Trello.
Gantt charts: Gantt charts are visual representations of project plans that show when certain tasks are scheduled and how long they will take. They are often used to track the progress of projects.
Risk Analysis: Risk analysis is a process used to identify and assess potential risks to a project and take action to mitigate those risks.
Quality management: Quality management involves monitoring and improving processes and results to ensure that projects meet requirements.