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Avoidance - the first and most direct means of dealing with risk factors is through avoidance. This is often the result of re-planning the project or an aspect of it in order to prevent the risk from being an issue on the project....

Avoiding Automated Chaos

by Michelle Stronach

For anyone thinking about or faced with implementing a PPM tool, here are some tips to keep in mind to help you wade through the sometimes problematic process.

Avoiding Chaos in Meetings

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Meetings are the lifeblood of projects, but they can quickly dissolve into chaos if not facilitated correctly. A few tricks will keep things on track and the meeting finished on time.

Avoiding Conflict Before the Formal Change Steps

by Joe Wynne

Make sure your project team is ready to avoid conflict from mismanaged changes. Use this tactic to ensure that your project team knows what to do—and what not to do—before any change is requested or suggested.

Avoiding Disruption From Disruptive Technologies

by Andy Jordan

It’s great to focus on the impact of disruptive technologies, but the work still needs to get done…and that means project managers must deliver! How can PMs avoid being disrupted by disruptive technologies?

Avoiding Hidden Trap Doors

by Vijay Sankaran

Hidden traps often come from surprising sources, resulting in project delays or funding shortfalls. It is critical to identify all the risks up front, establish mitigation strategies and allocate ample time and budget to overcome any hurdles. How? Through effective planning, of course!

Avoiding PM Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Joe Wynne

You should hire for dependability and integrity. How? Take these simple steps to close the door on liars and unreliable, disrespectful or non-participating workers. (Alternately, if you are bored, select these candidates to make your job more interesting...)

Avoiding Redundant PM Costs in Electronic-Discovery

by Paul C. Easton
August 09, 2011 | 45:40 | Views: 524 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.17 / 5

In this Webinar, Mr. Easton will briefly introduce the role and cost of project management in e-discovery and provide seven tips for decreasing project-management redundancy and, therefore, costs

Avoiding Redundant Project Management Costs in Electronic Discovery Projects

by Paul C. Easton

The economic recession has led to corporate clients demanding greater predictability in, and more value from, their legal expenditures. Project management has become a crucial competency for law firms that must compete in this new environment. In this article, I briefly introduce the role and cost of project management in e-discovery projects and provide seven tips for decreasing project management redundancy and, hence, cost.

Avoiding Skill and Knowledge Complacency

by Emily Luijbregts

As project managers, we need to hold ourselves more accountable to reading the new versions of the PMBOK® Guide to make sure that we not only understand the new content, but that we’re able to implement it in our daily work.


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