Much is being written on the topic of process dashboards, but in reality there is not as much being done as is possible. I will start today by making the case for a process dashboard and we will pick up how best to go about doing this in detail in the coming days. Process dashboards [...]
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What happens when another factor in a project has changed again? How do you react to that situation? Can you deal with ever changing priorities and the moving targets of budgets, priorities, resource changes and more. It’s a complex subject, and unfortunately, one that is sometimes fraught with politics and emotion. We all feel like [...]
Sooner or later some aspect of a project starts to come undone. Deadlines advancing too quickly, budgets getting out of control, team members concerned about quality, all factors that need attention. Even as a new project manager, the first reaction to trouble should not be blind panic. Every project will have stages when things are [...]
Chose team members and partners carefully Posted in Project Management on Mar 16th, 2011 One big factor affecting any projects success or failure is the quality and motivation of those on the team. Choosing your team wisely will reduce risks in the project at a stroke. Why The team and how they work together makes [...]
May seem like an obvious issue, but having the budget in place to complete the project is often overlooked in the enthusiasm to get the project started. Budgets have a habit of getting trimmed, cut back and revisited. As a project manager you need to keep your eye on this ball. The converse also happens, [...]