White Papers – Project Management
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Why is accountability so hard? And, how do Project Management and Accountability tie together?
This document discusses having an open, honest communication plan that can save money in the long term and perhaps keep an organization from going out of business.
This document explains how improbable project success is for so many organizations and how a bit of business analysis can increase profits and success rates.
Project Management allows for an increased amount of information to flow more easily. This document shows a quick example of how Project Management decisions can be understood much easier with some real time information.
An example of how simple communication by a pilot makes flying as a passenger easier and how that relates to Project Management.
Project Management is about understanding principles and becoming an expert. BUT, it is also about putting aside assumptions.
First, understand the situation, then react to it appropriately.
This document covers a few simple tips to encourage truthfulness in Project Management.
Just because I can change my oil, that doesn’t make me a mechanic. Why do so many folks think that because they are put in charge of a project that they become a Project Manager?
Without internal standards and processes an organization can’t get much done. This document ties that to the area of Project Management.
This document highlights a survey about Project Management Offices and organizational performance.
This document explains why you should discuss your assumptions about a project BEFORE you get into the middle of it.
This document gives a suggestion about how to pick Project Manager’s for our projects.
This document are a few thoughts on what make for a “perfect” Project Manager.
This PowerPoint document is for you to use as a guide for explaining the purpose of Project Management and Microsoft Project. As the title slide states, this is for “Making a Case for Implementing Microsoft Project, Project Server and Project Management Concepts”
This document shows an example of the difference between a project and product and how training in Project Management assists in making this more successful.
This document explains the need for an organization to be unified in its approach to business. And, this unification will make Project Management a more effective and efficient proposition for an organization.