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Nobody wants projects to fail. This presentation goes over the key factors that will certainly affect the outcome of any project.
Sometimes things go horribly wrong once. Other times, they go horribly wrong on a routine basis. Ever wonder why that is? If failure is a recurring theme in your projects, you'd be wise to download this deliverable.
Use this sample project plan for responding to a Federal RFP for IT and related services.
How to refine your estimates and provide a cushion of extra money in your project's budget.
E-mail marketing is a sensible, affordable way of acquiring and retaining customers. Check out our five-step plan to launching an effective, informative e-mail newsletter.
If you decide that you're going to offer flex time to your employees, make sure you take care of the paperwork first. Flex time shouldn't mean "come and go as you please."
This single-page PDF flowchart depicts the process for facilitating communication about requested changes among the stakeholders of any project, providing a common process for resolving requested changes and reported problems, and reducing the uncertainty around the existence, state and outcome of a change that has been requested in a work product. Use it as a visual refresher or teaching tool.
This simple PDF flowchart depicts the process of leading and performing the work defined in the project management plan and implementing approved changes and the deliverable to achieve project objectives. Use it as a visual refresher or teaching tool.
This single-page PDF flowchart shows the workflow diagram that clearly illustrates the stages of a typical project, which consists of relations between all parts of the project cycle. Workflow diagrams are used to represent the transferring of deliverables during the project phases, to study and analyze the working processes, and to optimize a workflow. Use it as a visual refresher or teaching tool.