Taking disparate individuals and putting them together to form a cohesive, functioning team is harder than herding cats. Now try managing them! This presentation contains guidelines you need to manage a project team successfully.
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Presenting a winning business case with the right amount of the right information for the right audience is the key to getting approval and funding for your project! Here is a presentation that will give you the fine points on how to do just that.
Presenting a winning business case with the right amount of the right information for the right audience is the key to getting approval and funding for your project! Here is a presentation that will give you the fine points on how to do just that. This download has been translated into Japanese.
You've read the paper and seen enough television reports to make you wonder if workplace violence could happen to you. This template is designed to help you identify whether your immediate area is following best practices to minimize risk from workplace violence. Answers of No or Don't Know point to potential areas of concern.
If developing a schedule were easy, no project manager would ever have a problem with it. This presentation serves as a guide to the key points that must be mastered to develop realistic project schedules.
Resource planning is a fundamental project management skill. Here's a crash course to get everyone up to speed on what is expected.
The Activity Planning and Sequencing Crash Course gives novice project managers or project team members a quick and dirty grasp of essentials needed to develop and achieve realistic project schedules.
The most logical and accessible place to manage your corporate knowledge repository is on your company's intranet. This comprehensive Powerpoint presentation covers a user development strategy for this very purpose.
Here it is, a comprehensive crash course on knowledge management--what it is, what it does and why your company needs it.
You have to put together a quick and dirty crash course on project planning and project management. Use this presentation to teach non-project managers how to apply (or at least understand) the project management process.