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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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Project management

Historically, the performance rules in traditional organizations were simple: Your boss made assignments; you carried them out. Questioning your assignments was a sign of insubordination or incompetence. As organizations continue to move toward “project-b Historically, the performance rules in traditional organizations were simple: Your boss made assignments; you carried them out. Questioning your assignments was […]

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Project performance

Regularly monitoring your project’s schedule performance can provide early indications of possible activity-coordination problems, resource conflicts, and cost overruns that may occur in the future. The following sections show you what information you nee Regularly monitoring your project’s schedule performance can provide early indications of possible activity-coordination problems, resource conflicts, and cost overruns that may […]

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Project schedule

It’s funny really. The one activity that the common person associates with project management is planning, and the main output from this planning effort is a schedule. Yet, it is a challenge to find a project manager who can develop one accurately. Althou It’s funny really. The one activity that the common person associates with […]

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Successful projects

Leadership is one of the most important issues facing organizations today because of the rapid changes that are occurring in every facet of our lives. As a result, a large body of literature has emerged that explores how to guide people to achieve common Leadership is one of the most important issues facing organizations today […]

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Tracking

Financial tracking summarizes the data in your accounts to show you different aspects of your business’s financial situation. For example, a profit and loss report compares monthly income to monthly expenses to show whether your business is selling enough Financial tracking summarizes the data in your accounts to show you different aspects of your business’s […]

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