These early warning signs mean that your project’s business benefits probably won’t be delivered.
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Earned value analysis is an excellent technique to assess project health and apply metrics to manage your project. Use this presentation to conduct an earned value orientation for your team members.
Internal project team members often have little or no knowledge about what a project is or why project management processes are important. This simple presentation can help; use in conjunction with the article Teaching PM Basics to Non-PM Staff.
This comprehensive presentation covers all of the basics of Seibel 7 Workflow Processes.
How can you ensure projects deliver measurable business impact? United Stationers has been able to help their organization make specific real-time business decisions through enhanced project portfolio management capabilities, metrics and reporting.
Your project is only as good as your project plan and control documents. Here’s how to keep on top of things.
How do you design a knowledge management system that meets not only the functional requirements but also a predefined set of usability objectives? What makes an application usable? This presentation gets you going in the right direction.
From Gartner PPM Summit Barbara Gomolski discusses the economic climate and how PPM can be the key to overcoming spending challenges.
Need a quick crash course on some social media basics? What is it? What myths are out there? How can we use it in our projects and organizations? What platforms are there? Use this primer for project managers to help find the answers.
If you don’t have any good metrics on which to base your estimates, what do you do? Reading tea leaves or dissecting the entrails of dead chickens won't cut it. This presentation will explain sound estimating techniques that really work.