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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Change Management: The Horror Of It All

    The failure rate of all significant change initiatives is approximately 70%. A global survey conducted in 2008 by McKinsey and Company offered the insight that organisations could only hope to survive by constantly changing, but approximately two thirds of all change initiatives fail. A Computer Weekly study in 2003 of...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Nothing Stays The Same: Leadership Techniques To Empower People During Change Initiatives

    Every organisation is affected by change, especially during times of economic volatility. However, project managers tasked with leading change initiatives are all too aware of the alarming failure rates that can occur. The critical missing piece is largely the failure to take into account how change affects an organisation's people....

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Common Project Management Mistakes: Badly Handled Changes

    No matter how well a project is planned and how well the requirements are defined, there will always be requests to change something about the project, usually the product being delivered. There are good reasons for this; business doesn't stand still while your project is going on so one expects...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Three Myths About Organizational Change

    No one will deny the importance of leadership driving and reinforcing the change process throughout the organisation. But does change need to start with leadership? The answer is a definite "No." There are numerous examples of large-scale organisational changes that started as either grass-roots efforts or small trials without much...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Change Management: 3 Key Reasons For The Catastrophic 70% Failure Rate

    Failure reasons in change management are many and varied. But one thing is painfully clear. Any organisational initiative that creates change, or has a significant change element to it, has a 70% chance of not achieving what was originally envisaged. There are 3 main reasons for failure: The gap between...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Controlling Change Requests

    Changes are an important part of any project. There are two factors at work that guarantee the generation of change requests: changes that happen to the marketplace the project is aimed at, and an unclear understanding of the goals and objectives of the project. The first factor is immutable, one...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Using Change Management And Change Control Within A Project

    In any project, change is inevitable whether it comes from within the project or from external sources, therefore it makes sense to have an agreed process in order to identify, assess and control any potential and approved changes to what was originally agreed for the project. What is needed is...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    How To Deal With The People Factor Of Change Management

    Change projects must be clearly communicated and championed by top management as they make the toughest decisions, as well as authorise the allocation of resources to a project. Middle management and staff members support initiatives that they believe will both benefit the business, as well as themselves. The question, "What's...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Ten Predictions For Project Management Trends In 2009

    2008 was an eventful, prosperous year for the project management practice, project management service and solution providers. Several independent vendors merged with larger entitles; many more new small companies with innovative technologies emerged onto the scene. Given the poor macro picture, the amount of M&A and startup activity in this...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    7 Things You Need To Know About Development Project Estimations

    Whether you are a project manager planning for a smooth implementation of a plan or a project sponsor on whose decisions a project depends, you cannot escape from the fact that project estimation is essential to its success. In the first place, there are three basic requirements that a project...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    The Top 6 Things To Consider When Choosing A PPM Solution

    According to a recent article in a leading technology magazine, the demand for Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions is rising in response to the weakened economy. Many businesses are choosing to implement PPM solutions in order to "Identify which IT projects are mission critical and to help them execute...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Managing Large Projects With Ease: 9 Pressure Reducers That Work

    Managing large software projects can be quite difficult under the best of circumstances. Unfortunately, individuals with limited or no experience often rely on survival tips from more experienced co-workers and other individuals in-the-know. This paper gives nine helpful tips that will undoubtedly improve your software project management experiences. It gives...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Project Planning In A Nutshell

    Improvement happens one project at a time. But often projects fail because they are poorly planned, or even completely unplanned. This paper provides an overview of why it is important to prepare a project plan. It also shows what element a good project plan will include. There are several reasons...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    An Effective Design Walkthrough: A Step Towards Delivering The Best Design

    A design walkthrough is a quality practice that allows designers to obtain an early validation of design decisions related to the development and treatment of content, design of the graphical user interface, and the elements of product functionality. Design walkthroughs provide designers with a way to identify and assess early...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Applying Earned Value Management To Software Intensive Programmes

    Many information technology projects have been declared too costly, too late and often don't work right. Applying appropriate technical and management techniques can significantly improve the current situation. The principal causes of growth on these large-scale programmes can be traced to several causes related to overzealous advocacy, immature technology, lack...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Improving Project Success Rates With Better Leadership

    This paper discusses that the root cause for many of these common failure points is really the ability to lead projects, not just manage them. The paper presents the case that project leadership is the differentiating factor in project success, especially on large, mission-critical projects. Knowing what to do and...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Effective Project Management: Five Laws That Determine Success

    Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Yet every year countless projects hit trouble for the same reasons, again and again. Why? Because the fundamental principles that determine project success are not being respected. These principles can be distilled into five laws, realities...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Four Keys To Successful Project Management

    If you can't get your project team to buy into your ideas, if you can't produce high quality written documentation and get the right information to the right people at the right time, you probably aren't as successful as you could be. Take note and work on your communication skills,...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Three P's Of Project Management

    This paper presents the three P's of project management. The three P's are to take into account the elements and structure of project management. People Management is essential in regards to project management. It takes the leadership of the project manager to guide a team towards working together in symmetry...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Your Project Does Have A Goal

    Projects don't (or at the very least, really shouldn't) start because there are some developers sitting around twiddling their thumbs, time on their hands, nothing to do. No, a project starts because some conscious agency, a creator, decrees that there is a problem to be solved, an aim to be...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Metrics That Matter In Agile Projects

    Agile project management is on a large part about managing people. Studies show that overall team morale is directly related to the level of individual morale. The amount of personal investment that people put into the project is related to how they manage stress levels as the next iteration approaches,...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Do You Know Where Your Project Is?

    Projects are ultimately about making an organisation stronger and better, and that means it's important to make sure you're choosing the right projects, allocating the right resources, tracking progress along the way, and taking an unflinching look at actual results. You might be planning projects that your resources cannot accommodate,...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Corporate Project Selection Process

    Regardless of the economy, projects within an organisation exist to address problems, opportunities or directives. These are commonly referred to as business drivers. It is from these business drivers that we look to improve upon an organisations ability to improve business knowledge, business process or service, or to improve business...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Corporate Advantages Of A Project Management Process

    A Project Management (PM) process is a process that wraps sound and repeatable structure around a series of events that lead to a projects completion or implementation. In most cases, you will see a structured diagram that lists the project management process groups used to manage a project. In most...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The "Real" Project Plan

    A project plan is not a one-time deliverable that remains static throughout the project. Updates arising from approved changes during project execution may significantly impact parts of the plan. The project plan must be kept in sync with approved changes and this is an iterative and ongoing process called rolling...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    What Is User Requirements Capture?

    A User Requirements Capture is a research exercise that is undertaken early in a project lifecycle to establish and qualify the scope of the project. The aim of the research is to understand the product from a user's perspective, and to establish users' common needs and expectations. The user requirements...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Building Relationships In Project Management

    Building relationships is just as important within the project team as ills outside. Good relationships can be the difference between outstanding success and dismal failure because it's all about getting people to like and trust you so that they will deliver what you need them to deliver at the right...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Project Plans: 10 Essential Elements

    Many people (and a distressing number of project managers, too) think only of a Gantt chart when they think of a project plan. You may recognise it as what you get from Microsoft Project. This is better called a project schedule, in that it shows when we expect the various...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Ideal Project Manager Specification

    This paper provides the ideal project manager specification including general requirements they must meet along with the 'Hard Skills', the 'Soft Skills', the attitudes and the behaviours that we should look for in our project managers. Successful project management is a combination of approximately 20% hard skills and 80% soft...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Seven Deadly Myths Of Earned Value Methods In Project Management

    After decades of using and teaching Earned Value Management techniques, we have seen a lot of misinformation about Earned Value, and the advent of the Internet has only made the problem worse. Sometimes these misconceptions reflect simple ignorance of what Earned Value "Really is," fear of the difficulty of implementing...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Avoiding Project Management Pitfalls

    Have you ever successfully planned a birthday party, a wedding, a charity event? If so, aside from any embarrassing moments that may have occurred, chances are you've got a handle on the basic project planning and management process. Interestingly, these types of projects often experience the same basic issues that...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Importance Of Communication In Project Management

    If project staff do not know what their tasks are, or how to accomplish them, then the entire project will grind to a halt. If you do not know what the project staff are (not) doing then you will be unable to monitor project progress. And if you are uncertain...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Managers: The Value Of Understanding Technology

    Many project managers are extremely successful in their role by simply managing a project plan and checking off tasks as they become "100% complete." They're able to manage teams, create budgets, assess risk, pretty much perform all of the basic and yet complex project manager duties. And more importantly, they're...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Balancing Project Management Process With Project Delivery

    Project management processes provide organisation and guidance on the steps to follow during the life of your project, but they can be a roadblock if the process becomes more important than the work being done. What is needed is a determination early on in the project life to determine how...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Top Tips For Project Implementation

    In an increasingly fast paced world, clients want project implementation to be quicker and less intrusive. It's a tough thing to achieve because implementing a business solution is not a straightforward process, and there are certainly no quick fixes. Completing a project quickly may please the client in the short-term...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Project Portfolio Management: Managing The Project Pipeline

    For most service departments the demand for new projects will occasionally outweigh the department's capacity to do them. Whether it's due to financial constraints or skills being completely exhausted elsewhere, sometimes you just have to say "No." Saying "no" is easy, it's deciding who to say "No" to. Projects that...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Considerations Before Soliciting Input For Your Content Management

    When you manage a new project to streamline an organisation's website or to develop a new website, you must gather input from many people inside the organisation. First, think about your direction from the person who hired you to perform this project. Are you supposed to brainstorm and create an...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Considerations Before Soliciting Input For Your Content Management Project

    When you manage a new Project to streamline an organisation's website or to develop a new website, you must gather input from many people inside the organisation. First, think about your direction from the person who hired you to perform this project. Are you supposed to brainstorm and create an...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Project Communications: How To Keep Your Team Engaged And Informed

    Communications are a critical deliverable of every successful project and a key project management soft-skill. You may not have thought of communications as an actual project deliverable, but it is. It may not be the one your client or customer places the most emphasis on, but that's because every client...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Factors That Influence Project Management In Package Implementation Projects And Bespoke Projects

    Business requirements are solved either by building a new system or by buying a readily available product or by a combination of both. The 'Build vs Buy' decision is made by the stakeholders after weighing various parameters. A 'Build' decision results in tailor made projects (also known as bespoke projects...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Importance Of Communication In Project Management

    If project staff do not know what their tasks are, or how to accomplish them, then the entire project will grind to a halt. If you do not know what the project staff are (not) doing then you will be unable to monitor project progress. And if you are uncertain...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Ideal Project Manager Specification

    This paper provides the ideal project manager specification including general requirements they must meet along with the 'Hard Skills', the 'Soft Skills', the attitudes and the behaviours that we should look for in our project managers. Successful project management is a combination of approximately 20% hard skills and 80% soft...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Seven Deadly Myths Of Earned Value Methods In Project Management

    After decades of using and teaching Earned Value Management techniques, we have seen a lot of misinformation about Earned Value, and the advent of the Internet has only made the problem worse. Sometimes these misconceptions reflect simple ignorance of what Earned Value "Really is," fear of the difficulty of implementing...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Avoiding Project Management Pitfalls

    Have you ever successfully planned a birthday party, a wedding, a charity event? If so, aside from any embarrassing moments that may have occurred, chances are you've got a handle on the basic project planning and management process. Interestingly, these types of projects often experience the same basic issues that...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Managers: The Value Of Understanding Technology

    Many project managers are extremely successful in their role by simply managing a project plan and checking off tasks as they become "100% complete." They're able to manage teams, create budgets, assess risk, pretty much perform all of the basic and yet complex project manager duties. And more importantly, they're...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Balancing Project Management Process With Project Delivery

    Project management processes provide organisation and guidance on the steps to follow during the life of your project, but they can be a roadblock if the process becomes more important than the work being done. What is needed is a determination early on in the project life to determine how...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Project Portfolio Management: Managing The Project Pipeline

    For most service departments the demand for new projects will occasionally outweigh the department's capacity to do them. Whether it's due to financial constraints or skills being completely exhausted elsewhere, sometimes you just have to say "No." Saying "no" is easy, it's deciding who to say "No" to. Projects that...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Considerations Before Soliciting Input For Your Content Management

    When you manage a new project to streamline an organisation's website or to develop a new website, you must gather input from many people inside the organisation. First, think about your direction from the person who hired you to perform this project. Are you supposed to brainstorm and create an...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Project Communications: How To Keep Your Team Engaged And Informed

    Communications are a critical deliverable of every successful project and a key project management soft-skill. You may not have thought of communications as an actual project deliverable, but it is. It may not be the one your client or customer places the most emphasis on, but that's because every client...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Factors That Influence Project Management In Package Implementation Projects And Bespoke Projects

    Business requirements are solved either by building a new system or by buying a readily available product or by a combination of both. The 'Build vs Buy' decision is made by the stakeholders after weighing various parameters. A 'Build' decision results in tailor made projects (also known as bespoke projects...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    10 Rules Of Highly Successful Project Management

    A successful project manager is one who can envision the entire project from start to finish, and have the prowess to realise this vision. To keep pace with business and IT, project managers need to make their management practices more flexible. Traditional project management methodologies are proving to be too...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2008

    The Purpose Of Project Management And Setting Objectives

    Project Management has developed in order to plan, co-ordinate and control the complex and diverse activities of modern industrial and commercial projects. All projects share one common characteristic - the projection of ideas and activities into new endeavours. The purpose of project management is to foresee or predict as many...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    The 3 Different Types Of Project Management Offices

    This paper explains about 3 basic types of Project Management Office (PMO) organisations, varying in the degree of control and influence they have on projects within the organisation. You will need to determine which type you need to establish in order to have an effective project office. Being aware of...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Why Over 90 Percent Of All Projects Finish Late

    Activities classed under the term project are so diverse that it is sometimes difficult to appreciate commonalities among them. The uncertainties involved in projects mean that time estimates used for planning are just that, estimates. What does estimate mean? It means that the time given for each project task is...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    7 Steps To Project Success

    The successful completion of a big project should bring big benefits for your company - otherwise, why bother? The prize sought is often increased customer satisfaction, bigger profits, higher share price or some other key performance indicator. Projects often require company staff, experts and suppliers to come together on a...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Tips For Project Management Success

    Bringing projects in on time and on budget is always a challenge. With the competing demands for labour and capital, projects have many internal and external forces that can contribute to a derailment. It takes a strong sense of direction, efficiency and leadership to keep the project on track. This...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Project Management Methodology Explained

    Projects are usually split into phases often along the lines of initiation, control and closure. During each phase a number of documents are produced as part of the project control process. All projects start with an idea for a product, service, new capability or other desired outcome. The control phase...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Building Relationships In Project Management

    Building relationships is just as important within the project team as ills outside. Good relationships can be the difference between outstanding success and dismal failure because it's all about getting people to like and trust you so that they will deliver what you need them to deliver at the right...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Project Plans: 10 Essential Elements

    Many people (and a distressing number of project managers, too) think only of a Gantt chart when they think of a project plan. You may recognise it as what you get from Microsoft Project. This is better called a project schedule, in that it shows when we expect the various...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Top Tips For Project Implementation

    In an increasingly fast paced world, clients want project implementation to be quicker and less intrusive. It's a tough thing to achieve because implementing a business solution is not a straightforward process, and there are certainly no quick fixes. Completing a project quickly may please the client in the short-term...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Considerations Before Soliciting Input For Your Content Management Project

    When you manage a new Project to streamline an organisation's website or to develop a new website, you must gather input from many people inside the organisation. First, think about your direction from the person who hired you to perform this project. Are you supposed to brainstorm and create an...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Project Management Of A Global Team

    It is entirely possible to put together a business consortium or a project team made of subject matter experts spread across all time zones and from around the world. In fact, this kind of decentralised management of business projects is becoming more of the norm than the exception in the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Useful Techniques To Fine-Tune Your Project Schedule

    The basic foundation of managing a project is creating an efficient and realistic project schedule. During project planning, the PM is given the chance to give it some fine-tuning. This is the best time for him to be creative as he identifies the best strategy in completing the project. Given...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    The Phased Approach To Project Management Implementation

    Throughout the initiation phase, project management consultants use pilot projects to build process momentum, overcome natural resistance to change, and gain first-hand knowledge of your organisation. The goal of this phase is to successfully mobilise your organisation, remediate any current at-risk projects, and set the stage for the next two...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    Distinguishing Portfolio Management, Programme Management And Project Management

    There is often a misunderstanding, and hence a mixed and overlapping use of terms, when it comes to programme management. Sometimes a programme is called a project. Sometimes a project is called a programme. In addition, sometimes project portfolio and programme are mistakenly used interchangeably. This paper is intended to...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Do You Know Where Your Project Is?

    Projects are ultimately about making an organisation stronger and better, and that means it's important to make sure you're choosing the right projects, allocating the right resources, tracking progress along the way, and taking an unflinching look at actual results. You might be planning projects that your resources cannot accommodate,...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    A Corporate Project Selection Process

    Regardless of the economy, projects within an organisation exist to address problems, opportunities or directives. These are commonly referred to as business drivers. It is from these business drivers that we look to improve upon an organisations ability to improve business knowledge, business process or service, or to improve business...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The "Real" Project Plan

    A project plan is not a one-time deliverable that remains static throughout the project. Updates arising from approved changes during project execution may significantly impact parts of the plan. The project plan must be kept in sync with approved changes and this is an iterative and ongoing process called rolling...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Planning A Project Using A Work Breakdown Structure & Logic Network

    Projects don't just happen they are planned. The whole project team should develop the plan not just the project manager. This ensures that the teams' experiences are taken into account and that everyone is fully committed and has ownership of the plan. Running a project without a plan is foolish....

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Corporate Advantages Of A Project Management Process

    A Project Management (PM) process is a process that wraps sound and repeatable structure around a series of events that lead to a projects completion or implementation. In most cases, you will see a structured diagram that lists the project management process groups used to manage a project. In most...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    What Is User Requirements Capture?

    A User Requirements Capture is a research exercise that is undertaken early in a project lifecycle to establish and qualify the scope of the project. The aim of the research is to understand the product from a user's perspective, and to establish users' common needs and expectations. The user requirements...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    The Beginning Of The End: Defining Project Closure

    It is essential to be prepared throughout the entire life cycle of a software development project, and an important element of preparation is to have established an insightful closure plan. In order to create a successful closure plan, key components to consider include communication both among the team and with...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    SMART Goals Reduce Ambiguity And Increase Commitment

    One of the core competencies for leaders is the ability to deal with ambiguity, that condition where things are not what they seem. And the higher in an organisation a leader goes, the more ambiguous things become. Leaders know ambiguity is the enemy of commitment. They know it can't be...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Your Risk Management Process: A Practical And Effective Approach

    A risk management process does not have to be complicated or time consuming to be effective. By following a simple, tested, and proven approach that involves seven steps taken at the beginning of each project (fewer if a generic list of project risks has already been established), the project team...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Improving Project Success Rates With Better Leadership

    This paper discusses that the root cause for many of these common failure points is really the ability to lead projects, not just manage them. The paper presents the case that project leadership is the differentiating factor in project success, especially on large, mission-critical projects. Knowing what to do and...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Effective Project Management: Five Laws That Determine Success

    Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Yet every year countless projects hit trouble for the same reasons, again and again. Why? Because the fundamental principles that determine project success are not being respected. These principles can be distilled into five laws, realities...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Three P's Of Project Management

    This paper presents the three P's of project management. The three P's are to take into account the elements and structure of project management. People Management is essential in regards to project management. It takes the leadership of the project manager to guide a team towards working together in symmetry...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Your Project Does Have A Goal

    Projects don't (or at the very least, really shouldn't) start because there are some developers sitting around twiddling their thumbs, time on their hands, nothing to do. No, a project starts because some conscious agency, a creator, decrees that there is a problem to be solved, an aim to be...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Four Keys To Successful Project Management

    If you can't get your project team to buy into your ideas, if you can't produce high quality written documentation and get the right information to the right people at the right time, you probably aren't as successful as you could be. Take note and work on your communication skills,...

    Provided By Project Smart

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Metrics That Matter In Agile Projects

    Agile project management is on a large part about managing people. Studies show that overall team morale is directly related to the level of individual morale. The amount of personal investment that people put into the project is related to how they manage stress levels as the next iteration approaches,...

    Provided By Project Smart