You are required to terminate your project. What are the different criteria for project termination that you will consider before taking this step? Read on to find out more about about the basic requirements that have to be met in order to terminate a project.
Do you dread asking favors from people over whom you have no authority? The Cohen-Bradford Influence Model helps in identifying what other people value, and recommends framing a win-win proposal based on such values to secure information, help or support from strangers or hostile people.
Ray Ahern explains the practicalities behind choosing appropriate reporting periods for your project. Getting the reports aligned to your control cycle will save you time, effort and heartache as you deliver your project.
If you want to save time in your project reporting commitments, the best way to do so is to invest extra effort into establishing effective project controls.
As a manufacturer or process owner you remain hard pressed to find out what is going wrong. You do your part perfectly but still the product or service does not realize its intended benefits. The answer may lie in value stream maps that trace the entire supply chain from start to finish.
Project closure is just as important as the work put into it. Projects should only last so long before they receive a proper ending to signify that the work is finished. Your team will then be prepared to work on other opportunities.
If you are searching for software programs with work order tracking features, you are in the right page. Find details about the top five work order tracking software programs to help you manage your work orders efficiently.
In order to manage project slippage, you have to determine the causes of the slippage and then systematically repair or replace what isn’t working for your project. It may take some time, but it will also allow your project to continue rather than having to close out early.
If you are a project manager, and you are hearing comments like “You are not getting my point,” “You are just not listening to me,” “You just don’t understand,” or “I don’t think we are in the same page on this;” it is a warning sign that you might need to develop your listening skills.
In project management, does it make any difference if time tracking is on a weekly, daily or monthly basis? Apparently, it does and it’s often underestimated. Savvy project managers have proven that a single mishap can can have a ripple effect on your plan, unless it is caught early.