Archive: January, 2013

Expenditure budget

Expenditure budget Once you have drawn up your sales budget, you can begin to work out your costs. VAT-registered businesses should calculate costs excluding VAT. 2.1 What fixed costs will you have? Expenditure budget Once you have drawn up your sales budget, you can begin to work out your costs. VAT-registered businesses should calculate costs […]

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Sales budget

The sales budget sets out how much you expect to sell (turnover) for each month of the next year. Base your sales budget on the expected volume of sales of each product and the prices you intend to charge. If you are registering for VAT straight away, yo The sales budget sets out how much […]

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About TaskBeat

TaskBeat offers accurate and productive project accounting service that can be set up and accessed on a ad-hoc basis. Project managers are able to calculate funding advances and actual versus budgeted cost variances using project accounting. As revenue, c Alignment and effectiveness TaskBeat offers accurate and productive project accounting service that can be set up […]

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Controlling a project

A sad reality of projects is that they’re often born amid high hopes and expectations and die in frustration and disappointment. Your project plans represent visions that you believe will work; however, those plans don’t implement themselves automatically A sad reality of projects is that they’re often born amid high hopes and expectations and die […]

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Managing change

No matter how carefully you plan, occurrences you hadn’t anticipated will most likely happen during your project. Perhaps an activity turns out to be more involved than you figured, client needs and desires change, or new technology evolves. When situatio No matter how carefully you plan, occurrences you hadn’t anticipated will most likely happen during […]

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Managing Risks

Our first step toward a successful project is to develop a plan to produce the desired results on time and within budget. If your project lasts a relatively short time and you’re thorough and realistic in your planning, then most likely your project will Our first step toward a successful project is to develop a […]

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Prioritising

TaskBeat is an integrated process management application that allows prioritising and reporting statuses of each key work item within the business. TaskBeat provides excellent tool for managers for spotting key patterns in how a company operates and even TaskBeat is an integrated process management application that allows prioritising and reporting statuses of each key work […]

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Project budget

It’s one of the key success factors for projects—completing the project within budget. Yet, for many project managers, especially those managing internal projects, it’s the success factor they have the least awareness about. There are several reasons why It’s one of the key success factors for projects—completing the project within budget. Yet, for many project […]

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Project conclusion

Conducting a Post-Project Evaluation Lay the groundwork for repeating good practices and experiences and avoiding the same mistakes in the future by conducting a post-project evaluation. A post-project evaluation is an assessment of project results, activ Conducting a Post-Project Evaluation Lay the groundwork for repeating good practices and experiences and avoiding the same mistakes in […]

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Project initiation

All projects begin with an idea. Perhaps your organization’s client identifies a need, or maybe your boss thinks of a new market to explore, or maybe you think of a way to refine your organization’s procurement process. When an idea forms, your project ha All projects begin with an idea. Perhaps your organization’s client identifies […]

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