ProofHQ is a web-based design collaboration and proofing tool that claims to streamline the process of managing document reviews, proofing and approvals. Will it live up to its claims? Is it a project manager’s dream come true, or is ProofHQ just hype?
This article is a brief glimpse into the world of Project Management from the viewpoint of the ringleader – the Project Manager. The necessary skills and background of an effective project manager are discussed, as well as what one can expect to encounter when taking on this role.
This article lists the Top 5 software options on the market for tracking a project schedule. The pros and cons of each package are discussed to help you chose the right package to fit your needs.
MS Word works well for creating status reports for only one project at a time. But if you work multiple projects at a time, it may be best to use Excel for your status report. This article explains the benefits of creating a status report with Excel and gives an example that you can turn into a template.
Once you have a good status report form, filling in the information is the easy part. Whether you create status reports for your manager or client, or just for yourself, a well-written status report can come in handy when you need it most. In this article, we’ll look at using Microsoft Word to create a status report.
Why do you need to grasp the key elements of project management? Just connect the dots: your entire project foundation will hold up better from inception to completion once you understand the basics.
One very important aspect of successful project management is the creation of a Statement Of Work (SOW). Every project must have one, and if it is not done properly the project will most likely fail – or at the very least fall short of stakeholder’s expectations. So what exactly is a SOW?