Examples of Project Scope Statements We'll take a look at actual examples of project scope statements, then discuss them to determine what should be included in a scope statement and what should be left out.
Estimating Time in Project Management: Tips Project managers will need to interview members of their team in order to get a good idea of how long certain tasks take to complete. This will also help them gauge when they can push their team to get items done more quickly.
The Monitoring & Controlling Process Group: A Definition Projects get delayed for many reasons, including unforeseen risks, optimistic estimates, and evolving requirements. The reality is that projects rarely go as planned. The processes in the Monitoring and Controlling process group trigger change requests that enable a project to get back on track.
Project Execution Process Group: Put Your Plan to Work Your project plans are worth nothing without an impeccable project execution. This phase is necessary to make sure project deliverables and project objectives will meet stakeholder expectations. Learn more about the processes defined in the Executing Process Group.
Overview of the Project Planning Process Group In the Planning Process Group, you will be creating all of the project documents that will enable you to deliver project. This group has the most processes of any other group. Read on to understand the complexity.
Elements of a Stakeholder Communication Plan By looking at project stakeholders the same way that a newspaper editor thinks about his readers, project management professionals can improve efficiency while avoiding conflict. Do this by creating an effective stakeholder communication plan.
The Case for KISS: Keeping It Simple in a Complex Environment It's so easy for project managers to fall into the trap of over-complicating their planning and structures and losing sight of some basic fundamentals. Whilst it may seem counter-intuitive, the bigger the project, the simpler you should keep the planning and controls!