EDISON Software Development Centre employs an internal system of project management. Thanks to convenient reports, which allow us to assess how effectively each employee is using his or her working hours, we have been able to raise the productivity of the company as a whole.
The following three principles facilitate effective management while helping to monitor and control task execution.
|01||We replaced oral tasking with written task requests within the project management system. To improve the transparency of all employee activities and achieve results on time, each participant involved in the development process formulates his or her own tasks, instructions, resolutions, answers, thoughts and refusals in writing.|
|02||EDISON's specialists are required to keep track of time hourly, recording how many hours were spent on the completing of each task. At the end of the month, the project manager analyses individual employee reports. This helps us to conduct precise assessments and makes it easier to plan periods of leave, organise staff workloads, allocate bonuses appropriately and monitor the progress of our projects to avoid unnecessary delays. Because of this, a group of team leaders or managers (including those of the client) can control all aspects of the development process.|
|03||EDISON employs open internet traffic, screen shots, and running applications analysis. We believe that company employees should spend their office hours working on the tasks assigned to them. Leisure time and weekends are for relaxation and entertainment. For this reason, all sites which have nothing to do with the assigned project are automatically blocked by our proxy-server.|