Engaged in the path of transforming their business processes, many organizations need to choose between multiple options available to satisfy their needs. This deliverable is a sample template discussed in the article "The Bumpy Road to Alternate Service Delivery", which presents some practical advice for the analysis and selection process.
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This training guide presentation can be used as a template for you to modify to teach new project team members about your in-house project management procedures and expectations.
Communication and leadership go hand in hand. You will fail as a project manager if you cannot communicate your intentions and the progress of your project to team members and executive management on a regular basis. This presentation will help you take the reins of your project by teaching you the fundamentals of communication.
Graphical depiction of a flexible project.
These tradeoffs are prioritized in importance by the project sponsor and crucial stakeholders.
Forget about self-confidence, although a little of that is good. What you are looking for in a project manager is someone whose reputation, experience, leadership ability and presentation skills are matched only by his/her project expertise and professionalism.
Yes, you can be too structured in organizing your project. In fact, you can structure your project so no work gets done at all because people are too busy filling out paperwork. There's help for you. Click here.
There are numerous project management programs out there, ranging from simple scheduling programs to bloated behemoths that do everything but tap dance at the company picnic and wash windows in the corporate boardroom. Which one is right for your project management needs?
It’s not a question of what to do if there’s a change. It’s what you’ll do when there’s a change.
Risk factors can seriously impact your project. Here’s what to watch out for.