In Indian Mythology, Ganesha is the deity of auspicious beginnings. Hanuman is the deity of resolving problems, yielding good endings. Together, these two are sometimes worshipped as “Aadhi-Antha Prabhu” which literally means the lord of beginnings and ends.
In terms of a project, 90% of the effectiveness of the project is in the planning, forecasting and preparation. If this part is well taken care of, the implementation usually goes smoothly. In the project setting, Ganesha would handle this effort.
At the same time, unexpected problems pop up in a project from time to time, needing immediate and sometimes extraordinary intervention to resolve much like how Hanuman was needed during the Ramayan. Risk/Mitigation/Contingency planning is critical in such cases, sometimes to the extent of disaster recovery.