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Solving the Right Problems: A Pharmaceutical Project Manager’s Perspective

PREMIUM presentation
by Matthew Failor

There is a missing skill in how project managers approach problems especially in the pharmaceutical industry. Most project managers do one of two things before solving a problem. The first instinct is to review the problem regardless of how it is presented then jump straight into a solution. However, this can lead to solving the wrong problem and only realizing the wrong problem is being solved after it is too late. This leads to restarting the entire problem-solving life cycle or implementing a solution for the sake of “just doing something”.

Soothsayer™ for Project Risk Analysis

PREMIUM deliverable
by William Davis

If you could look at your project’s risk register, then peer into a crystal ball and foretell which risks will occur sometime during your project’s execution phase, would that be helpful? And if you could tell your project sponsor, with 90% confidence, how much risk contingency you need to protect your project – would you be interested? Learn how to soothsay your risk register using a special Microsoft Excel® template to do risk analysis. Use this deliverable in conjunction with the Soothsay Your Risk Register article.

SOW Deliverable Review Form


Statements of work (SOWs) commonly promise lots of deliverables. Use this form to keep straight what deliverables need to be reviewed before going out the door to the client.

Special Olympics International: Starting with the Foundation

by Caitlin Sullivan, Laura Jones, Kaitlyn Hamrick, Jordyn Stump

The partnership between the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF) and Special Olympics International (SOI) strengthens SOI’s PM capacity and established the organization’s Project Management Center of Excellence (PMCOE). Today, we’ll learn how project management has made and impact on Special Olympics International and helped them launch the Youth Leadership Experience.

Specifying the Negative in TDD

by Scott Bain

Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a process in which test are written up-front. Typically these tests reflect the requirements and expectations of the stakeholders to the project, driving the creation of useful, valuable behavior. Sometimes, however, the requirement given is about something the system should not do, and must not do for a reason that is critical to the business we seek to serve. The question this presentation will address is this: How can you write a test about a behavior that the system must not do?

Sponsor Checklist: Business Case

PREMIUM checklist
by Michelle Stronach

The aim of your business case is to gain organizational support and funding approval for an initiative by providing all necessary rationale for informed decision making. You as the sponsor must document the business case after satisfactory analysis has been conducted to understand business need, examine alternatives and conclude recommendations. Use this checklist as a reference in building a better business case.

Sponsor Project Closure Letter

by George Spafford

After the review process, a formalized closure letter needs to be written that concisely identifies the project, any key aspects about it and the fact that it is now formally complete.


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