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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Scope Is Like A Box Of Cracker Jack

    Are your projects consistently missing estimated completion dates? Do project management stakeholders always seem to ask for and get more, more, more, while project sponsors won't change the project completion date? Then, you probably are experiencing problems with project scope. This paper provides some quick hits to avoid project scope...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips To Help Run A Project Team

    In the past, you probably handled lots of projects on your own. But in nowadays' team-based organizations, you will be asked to work on a project team. And if you prove you work well in a team environment, you will be asked to head a project. This paper gives ten...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Manage Change And Ensure Project Success

    Managing change, within the Scope of Work, is critical to the successful completion of a project, for change management controls both internally generated changes and customer-driven changes. Most companies establish processes and procedures to control all project changes. For instance, they require customer-driven changes to be submitted to the project...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Project Managers: How To Implement Standard Operating Procedures

    One common way project managers create improved outcomes for their projects is by implementing a process improvement project. A process improvement project is a set of activities that are undertaken to change the way in which a business process or processes are accomplished, with the objective of improving the process(es)...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Project Management - Tips On Creating A Project Culture That Will Ensure A Foundation For Project

    Although sometimes it seems that projects take on a life of their own, the simple fact is that projects don't manage themselves. It takes the energy and commitment of a number of people to take a project from the initial idea through inception. As more companies embrace the concept of...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Project Management Excellence: Beyond Colourful Status Reports Demands Much More

    Project management excellence goes beyond producing project charters, detailed schedules and colourful status reports. Nowadays' project managers must acquire the skills necessary to combat a myriad of modern challenges. Factors such as downsizing, merger mania, restricted finances, an accelerated business pace, a multidisciplinary world, rising competition and seemingly ceaseless change,...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Project Management - Tips On Creating A Project Culture That Will Ensure A Foundation For Project

    Although sometimes it seems that projects take on a life of their own, the simple fact is that projects don't manage themselves. It takes the energy and commitment of a number of people to take a project from the initial idea through inception. As more companies embrace the concept of...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Scope Is Like A Box Of Cracker Jack

    Are your projects consistently missing estimated completion dates? Do project management stakeholders always seem to ask for and get more, more, more, while project sponsors won't change the project completion date? Then, you probably are experiencing problems with project scope. This paper provides some quick hits to avoid project scope...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips To Help Run A Project Team

    In the past, you probably handled lots of projects on your own. But in nowadays' team-based organizations, you will be asked to work on a project team. And if you prove you work well in a team environment, you will be asked to head a project. This paper gives ten...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Manage Change And Ensure Project Success

    Managing change, within the Scope of Work, is critical to the successful completion of a project, for change management controls both internally generated changes and customer-driven changes. Most companies establish processes and procedures to control all project changes. For instance, they require customer-driven changes to be submitted to the project...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Tips For Project Managers: How To Implement Standard Operating Procedures

    One common way project managers create improved outcomes for their projects is by implementing a process improvement project. A process improvement project is a set of activities that are undertaken to change the way in which a business process or processes are accomplished, with the objective of improving the process(es)...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Project Management Excellence: Beyond Colourful Status Reports Demands Much More

    Project management excellence goes beyond producing project charters, detailed schedules and colourful status reports. Nowadays' project managers must acquire the skills necessary to combat a myriad of modern challenges. Factors such as downsizing, merger mania, restricted finances, an accelerated business pace, a multidisciplinary world, rising competition and seemingly ceaseless change,...

    Provided By CANADIAN MANAGEMENT CENTRE