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What makes more sense, "Project in a box" or "Project Pathways"?
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Hey all. I'm a mgmt consultant, got sick of clients only doing half of what is needed and me having to explain to the C-level about the impact and loss of not doing the final half. To correct that, I decided to take a few months off between clients and write both a methodology and a full example of artifacts populated with data from a fictitious project, but using a real life example of something recently invented that healthcare companies will be doing in the next several years. (Details once I publish it, that's just the teaser :-) )

This is far more than just a framework, methodology, or case study. It's all of those put together, 80% of what a company needs to succeed (no one thing is ever 100%), with a real life set of information to follow.

I know the PM types would "get" it, but what would make more sense to the C-level? "Project in a box"? "Project Pathway"? Something else?

Thx for any feedback. This thing has taken me weeks to write, I think i'm going batty :-)
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I like simple and memorable marketing, so "Project in a Box".
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Well, it cannot be 'Project in a Box'. That is an existing product. That's actually what I thought by the title this thread was about.

https://www.projectinabox.org.uk/
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Jul 23, 2018 9:38 AM
Sante Vergini
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and the IP gods have spoke hehe :-)
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How about "Projects in Practice" since you will be providing actual content rather than just templates?

Kiron
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Very interesting. I'll have to mull that over. Thanks!
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Like Kiron suggestion "Project in practice" what about "C-Level Projects" for added food for thinking.
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Interesting. to be explored
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Based on the use case you provided I recommend you move forward with "Project in a box". It more clearly describes a model that has clear boundaries, has a clear start /end date and scope. "Project Pathways", would be excellent to use for a transformation type project where the client would be more open to a journey. Good-luck!
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Jul 21, 2018 7:16 PM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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Well, it cannot be 'Project in a Box'. That is an existing product. That's actually what I thought by the title this thread was about.

https://www.projectinabox.org.uk/
and the IP gods have spoke hehe :-)
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I just spent 3 hours on the USPTO website this weekend as I'm reviewing new logo options for my company. Not worried about "Project in a box" IP, no chance does that get a trademark, it's like claiming methodology is unique. Plus they spell it programme, that's totally different! :-)

But then again, no desire to confuse people. Projects In Practice or Pathways it is. Now I just need to finish writing it, so it's something more than half-baked vaporware...
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I like ‘Projects in Practice’ PiP for short!

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