A project management office (PMO) is an organizational commitment to sound project management principles. This presentation illustrates why.
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How do knowledge managers decide what's really important, what really delivers bottom-line value and then structure it so it's easily accessible and ready to use? Using KM Process Maps, of course.
Getting your workforce up to speed is the only way to ensure top performance. This presentation will save you time putting together all the necessary information to get your whole team ready to go.
Content management for its own sake is not nearly as powerful as when it serves a knowledge management effort. This presentation will help you understand--and convince other decision-makers--that there is a smarter way to manage content.
This entire presentation is based on a fictional scenario. Some of your corporation's workgroups have discussed with you, the IT manager, the feasibility of having a streaming media function in the IT network. Your job is to figure out how you can do it on time, under budget and using Windows NT and Windows media tools. Good luck!
Countless project managers have uttered the famous movie line, "What we have here is a failure to communicate." All your hard work, gathered data, clearly defined activities and estimates will mean absolutely nothing if they do not communicate the right information to the right people at the right time. This project communications crash course will help you and your project team to communicate more clearly.
Risk can have significant or disastrous impact on a project's success. But you've also heard that old adage, "Nothing ventured, nothing gained." This presentation will help you identify and assess risks, then allocate resources towards risk resolution.
Developing a budget requires so much more than a hankering for creative accounting and a wish for funds. If you're a project manager, you live and die by your budget. Here's a crash course on what you should take into consideration when putting a realistic project budget together.
Here's common sense about time estimating all distilled into a Powerpoint presentation. Make time to read it.
This Powerpoint presentation is a high-level view of the basics of planning and defining scope.