For those of you who don't have the time to read ProjectManagement.com's process library, this presentation is an overview on how to justify, plan, activate, control and end your project effectively.
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This presentation contains the basics on how to negotiate with potential vendors, contractors and employees.
Whether the project was a resounding success or stunning failure, there are lessons to be learned. We've captured those lessons here in presentation form.
This presentation is a thorough overview of the techniques you'll need to make your project communications more effective. Learn how to improve control over your project by harnessing effective communication.
You don't always get to pick the people you want or need for your project team. This presentation guides you on what to do and how to manage when your project team people are not your choice at all.
Some project managers live and learn. Others just live! Learn how to find out and then record for posterity what went well on the project, what needs improvement and what was totally out of your control.
How to document and analyze your finished project.
Do you have what it takes to be a good project manager? How would you like to be an even better one? Click right here.
Whether you call them goals or objectives, your project needs to have them, and they need to be specific, measurable, realistic, timely and agreed upon.
All projects have problems. The trick is to prevent showstoppers. The good news is that most problems are predictable, and you can do a lot ahead of time to head off trouble.