Recognize and document lessons so that future project teams do more of the successful things and less of the unsuccessful things.
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A project worth doing is a project worth doing right. But can the project really be done at all? Learn how to assess project feasibility by taking into account potential constraints.
The champagne and confetti from the project kickoff are a memory. Now reality sets in. It's time to schedule that first team meeting, that first true test of your project management skills. This presentation will let you review what you need to be prepared for and will help you prepare your agenda for this momentous occasion.
No one can predict the future, but you as project manager will be asked to estimate the duration of tasks. You can get yourself a crystal ball, read tea leaves, or download this presentation for some real help.
Sell your business case with a respectable return on investment. Here's how to calculate ROI. We've also thrown in an example so you can see how it all works.
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.
The webinar of this presentation will show how communicating online is fundamentally different from communicating face-to-face and how your communication style must change depending upon your environment. Attendees will also learn how to effectively create slides and which pitfalls to avoid.
What to do when budget issues put the squeeze on your project.
Change is stressful, and it can do a number on your project, as well as on your project team. Here's how to handle it.
We all have issues, and so do our projects. A good project management office has processes in place to handle issues as they come up. Here is a sample process to put into place issue management handling procedures within a PMO setting.