All posts in 'Task Management'

4 Scheduling Skills Project Managers Can’t Live Without

Posted on June 13th, 2018 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management

One of the trickiest yet crucial points to effective project management is scheduling. Every project is all about timing. Some projects operate on tighter schedules than others, but when it comes down to laying out and scheduling tasks, timing is of the utmost importance. Estimating. Experienced project managers know that..
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How to manage Project launch impact due to Open defects

Posted on May 29th, 2018 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management, Time Management

This is a guest post by Reshmi Sujesh. The ideas reflected here are her own. The days leading to Project Launch are always hectic. As a Project manager, you need to review the checklist to ensure all the items are closed and there are no gaps. The items on the..
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Defining Time and Schedule for Project Management

Posted on May 24th, 2018 · Posted in Task Management, Time Management

The success of the project can be defined in terms of time and budget constraints. The success triangle of a project management includes time, cost and quality. Time is the most important aspect which affects the other two variables of the project. It’s a project’s manager’s main responsibility to complete..
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More with Less: 4 Management Tips that Help Redefine Productivity

Posted on April 19th, 2018 · Posted in Task Management, Tips and Tricks

Projects generally start on a positive note. Teams onboard, briefs are shared and work begins. However, once work commences, estimates feel like they were made on inaccurate numbers. The constraints of resources, time and money quickly begin to take centre stage, forcing a manager to evaluate the goals his/her team..
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Small Business Project Management Tips to Keep You Sane

Posted on October 21st, 2015 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Management, Task Management, Team Management

Professional project managers and even small business entrepreneurs know that running or starting a new business, client account or project can be nothing short of crazy. There are a lot of factors, risks, and specifications to take note of and consider, not to mention plan a marketing strategy, risk response..
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4 Scary Questions Entrepreneurs Ask about Project Management

Posted on March 26th, 2015 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Software, Task Management

So maybe you have had this idea. You have a special talent, you have a passion for a particular service, or you have a creative product to market. Regardless of your forte, you have the potential to go into business. But, whoa, it’s a business. Don’t you need an MBA..
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The Key to Developing Highly Productive and Agile People

Posted on June 9th, 2014 · Posted in Agile, Leadership, Management, Task Management, Tips and Tricks

According to Agile Innovation written by Jean Loup-Richet, an agile project management involves accomplished individuals from the appropriate business, with supplier and customer input. Agile techniques are best used in small-scale projects or on essentials of a broader agenda of work, or on projects that are too multifaceted for the..
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How to Handle a Social Media Team

Posted on June 5th, 2014 · Posted in Communication, Management, Task Management, Workflow

Working with a team is a tricky business. It is more daunting when you are managing a social media team which exclusively works online. It’s a balancing act keeping up with a team which members work in different times with diverse tasks, establishing their careers at home and making sure..
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The Only 3 Principles in Managing Your Team

Posted on May 20th, 2014 · Posted in Agile, Communication, Education, Task Management, Workflow

Evolution and progress, leaps and bounds, technology and increase awareness, nothing and everything, all has changed the way people think and work. It has changed the world’s working ethos and truth be told, also miserable when it comes to managing your everything-know-how and sometimes totally virtual team. By 2016, it..
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Post-Mortem Meetings: They Don’t Have to Be Bad!

Posted on December 24th, 2013 · Posted in Meetings, Project Management, Small Business, Task Management

Professional project managers have all heard of post-mortem meetings. Some organizations work them into their workflows and project processes and others only hold meetings for high-level and high-risk projects. However, those project managers and organizations that incorporate them into their project processes typically dislike them. But why? Post-mortem meetings don’t..
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