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Know the Business Case

It’s not the responsibility of project managers to build business cases for their projects, but you should be knowledgeable about the reasons why your project was given the green light. Here are some fundamental questions you should ask your project’s clients, sponsors and other stakeholders:.

Know the Influencers

by Samuel B. Bacharach

All organizations have key "influencers" who can help bring a project to life — or stop it dead in its tracks. Here's some advice on how to identify and persuade four types of influencers — Top Dogs, Gatekeepers, Gurus and Players — to move your initiatives and ideas forward.

Know Thy Organization

by Amy Schwab

A situational assessment of your project’s surrounding environment — not just the project itself — is a critical step in deciding the best way to proceed. You need to understand the true nature of the organization in which your project will live — not a textbook ideal — in order for it to thrive. Here are three key elements of such an assessment.

Know Thy Project

by Amy Schwab

A situational assessment — of your project, your organization and, yes, you — is a good way to determine the most appropriate methods for managing a particular project in a particular environment. And reassessment can help you adapt your techniques, tools and leadership style as the project unfolds.

Know Your Domain (KYD)

PREMIUM presentation
by Ashutosh Bhatawadekar

As Technology Providers and Leaders What could be the challenges we face when we move across from one Domain to another domain? Is there a common thread, which we as Technology partners can leverage to make this transition smooth? In the proposed webinar, I bring an approach called KYD is (Know Your Domain and how you can apply this model to make this transition into a new domain a successful one.

Know Your Domain (KYD)

by Ashutosh Bhatawadekar
February 08, 2024 | 60:36 | Views: 5,807 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.33 / 5

As Technology Providers and Leaders What could be the challenges we face when we move across from one Domain to another domain? Is there a common thread, which we as Technology partners can leverage to make this transition smooth? In the proposed webinar, I bring an approach called KYD is (Know Your Domain and how you can apply this model to make this transition into a new domain a successful one.

Know Your Domain (KYD)

Feb 8, 2024 9:00 AM EST (UTC-5)
PREMIUM webinar

As Technology Providers and Leaders What could be the challenges we face when we move across from one Domain to another domain? Is there a common thread, which we as Technology partners can leverage to make this transition smooth? In the proposed webinar, I bring an approach called KYD is (Know Your Domain and how you can apply this model to make this transition into a new domain a successful one.

Know Your Enemy

by Geoff Choo

Script kiddies? Worms? Disgruntled chumps? The security risks to your projects may be closer than you think. Know what to lock down and lock out before it's too late.

Know Your Options

by Prasad Kodukula

Project valuation is a fundamental component of portfolio management, but it is filled with uncertainty. As projects unfold and realities change, yesterday's best estimate can become today's big headache. Real options analysis can help. How does it work and when should it be applied?

Know Your PMO's Role

by Ted Stephens

When setting up a project management office, it is essential to clearly define its role from the outset. Whether the PMO’s scope is limited to support activities or extends to project governance, finance and process improvement tasks, smooth functioning depends on a clear delineation of responsibilities and accountability.

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