The approved project charter has been signed, sealed and delivered to the designated project manager—you! Now what? You need a plan, man, and the devil is in the details!
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Want to be more efficient in your role as project manager? Get some help in calculating the schedule and cost variance of your project.
Unless you enjoy bogging down your entire project team while they watch you update your schedule in real-time, consider breaking your large project plan into subprojects and delegating some or all of them.
This article will outline guiding principles to follow to ensure an effective change management strategy is in place for your next project.
Should we employ project management quantitative techniques? And what would they bring to the table from an information technology standpoint?
Need a powerful way to quickly estimate the cost of your project team? Here's a model to inject a more structured approach to estimating human resource costs for your project.
The good project manager involves their team in project planning...the great one teaches them how.
Project planning isn’t just an activity for the start of the project--the project plan must be a living, evolving document that is updated and changed on a regular basis.
It’s new, it’s never been done before, and now it’s your project. When trying to plan for something that has no relative history, how do you even begin?
A regular project self-assessment helps you compare the current and contracted situation views, as well as providing early warnings of disputes that could occur down the road.