Solidifying Your Project Procurement Management Plan

Posted on November 2nd, 2018 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Risk, Risk Management, Time Management, Tips and Tricks

Not all projects require procurement of goods and services. However, projects requiring procurement need an additional level of planning to avoid the common failures and pitfalls of determining, awarding, and managing procurement activities. By carefully planning and developing a Procurement Management Plan, project managers can ensure that all procurement activities..
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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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How to Avoid Scope Creep Like the Plague

Posted on October 8th, 2014 · Posted in Leadership, Management, Project Management, Risk Management, Time Management

What is “scope creep”? This is a term often used in the world of project management. It can create huge elements of risk, it can blow schedules, and it should be avoided at all costs. So what is scope creep exactly, and how should project managers and project teams avoid..
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How to Make The Best Use of Downtime

Posted on August 6th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management, Time Management

Whenever  companies hit a slow patch, whatever the time of year, there tends to be a drop in business activity. This could be your chance for a well-earned break or it may be an opportunity to better yourself as a business leader  by following the following steps:  Audit your past..
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The Best Project Management and Business Planning Apps

It’s no secret that more and more jobs and businesses are operating on-the-go and off site. The ease, flexibility, and convenience of technology has allowed us to be able to do this. Since most who work off site can access work-related information, data, and email from a Smartphone or tablet,..
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Online Teams and Online Team Members

Posted on November 2nd, 2012 · Posted in Leadership, Time Management

With the development of Internet and mobile technology, more people prefer to work from home or telecommute. Number of online projects is fast growing and now almost all businesses in almost all industries make use of them. Especially, such projects are a frequent choice for start-ups with limited resources, but..
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Project Success Tip: Improve Time Management Skills and Discipline

Posted on October 15th, 2012 · Posted in Time Management

Time is a priceless asset. There is no way that you can add some more hours in your day for completing your scheduled tasks. Hence, without managing time properly, it is quite impossible for a project manager to manage all the tasks successfully. Time management is analogous to self-management. We..
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Every project has a crippling constraint

Posted on June 12th, 2012 · Posted in Communication, Decisions, Small Business, Team Management, Time Management

The saying goes: ‘Want to make a good laugh, tell them about your plans.’ The saying reminds us of the crude reality that projects are all about future; future is all about uncertainties. We, as project managers have one bounden duty. It is to manage uncertainties in the best possible..
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