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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    I'll Be Done Friday, Honest!: Six Techniques To Ensure Solid Project Management Execution

    Excellent planning coupled with strong execution is crucial to ensuring the success of any project. Subtract planning or execution from a project, and you either get the randomized flailing of a project out of control, or the well-dressed inertia of a good-looking project going nowhere. Despite how pretty a project...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 5 - We Didn't Have The Right Sponsorship

    If you're running a project and don't have someone at an appropriate level in the organization sponsoring the work, then you most likely don't have a viable, sanctioned project and it's just a matter of time before the project meets an abrupt end. Someone at an appropriate level in the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 4 - We Didn't Do A Good Project Schedule

    Effective Requirements Management is an integral part of successful project management as it ensures that the final deliverable meets the original customer outcome as detailed in the documented requirements. Requirements Capture is the start of the Requirements Management process and involves capturing the requirements of the customer in clear, concise...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Could This Happen? Avoid Project Screw-Ups For You And Your Business Partner

    In a nutshell, implementing best practices are the main things that are expected all project managers to do. They are applicable on all projects big or small. Project management is not rocket science. Applying best practices on your project cannot guarantee that your project comes in under budget, on time...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Simple Strategies To Unify Your Project Teams

    Project screw-ups mean wasted time and money and can irreparably damage your relationship with business partners if they perceive that you are at fault - in any way. Key to any successful project is a well-engineered schedule. Depending on the project, the plan could be a simple task list or...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 6 - The Team Didn't Gel

    A well-structured project team means each team member understands their role in making the project successful. Each project team member knows what they need to contribute to the project, when they have to perform, what other project team members are doing on the project, and what it takes to be...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    I'll Be Done Friday, Honest!: Six Techniques To Ensure Solid Project Management Execution

    Excellent planning coupled with strong execution is crucial to ensuring the success of any project. Subtract planning or execution from a project, and you either get the randomized flailing of a project out of control, or the well-dressed inertia of a good-looking project going nowhere. Despite how pretty a project...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 5 - We Didn't Have The Right Sponsorship

    If you're running a project and don't have someone at an appropriate level in the organization sponsoring the work, then you most likely don't have a viable, sanctioned project and it's just a matter of time before the project meets an abrupt end. Someone at an appropriate level in the...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 4 - We Didn't Do A Good Project Schedule

    Effective Requirements Management is an integral part of successful project management as it ensures that the final deliverable meets the original customer outcome as detailed in the documented requirements. Requirements Capture is the start of the Requirements Management process and involves capturing the requirements of the customer in clear, concise...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How Could This Happen? Avoid Project Screw-Ups For You And Your Business Partner

    In a nutshell, implementing best practices are the main things that are expected all project managers to do. They are applicable on all projects big or small. Project management is not rocket science. Applying best practices on your project cannot guarantee that your project comes in under budget, on time...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Simple Strategies To Unify Your Project Teams

    Project screw-ups mean wasted time and money and can irreparably damage your relationship with business partners if they perceive that you are at fault - in any way. Key to any successful project is a well-engineered schedule. Depending on the project, the plan could be a simple task list or...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Screw-Up 6 - The Team Didn't Gel

    A well-structured project team means each team member understands their role in making the project successful. Each project team member knows what they need to contribute to the project, when they have to perform, what other project team members are doing on the project, and what it takes to be...

    Provided By Leading on the Edge International