It might sound a bit weird coming from someone who develops and produces project management software; however it’s the one ugly truth.
Project Management Software is a very dangerous offender. If left unsupervised it can destroy your plans and kill your team morale.
If it was tried in a court of law, PM software would probably get from 20 years to life in prison without a chance of parole for at least
Teamwork, as we all know it, is an essential part of project management. It is often seen as one of the most effective ways of accomplishing goals, but it can also be frustrating and inefficient in a poorly structured team. With several people working on one project, accountability and responsibility can easy be misjudged and misplaced, increasing the risk that problems will arise in the future.
One of the most
Compare yourself to a project manager 10 years ago. Things sure changed a lot, didn’t they? Not only did you have to worry about things like Y2K back then, but the processes of project management itself were a lot different.
The “old” project manager led the project by walking around; collecting status reports from the team and creating spiffy charts which were to be displayed on a pin-up board during the
Communicating with your project team, sponsors and stakeholders is a very important aspect of project management. At times, effective team communication can be one of the most difficult parts of a project as tasks can become complex and more pressing issues take center stage.
So what can you do to keep yourself and everyone else in the loop? Here are some tips:Weekly Status Reports: Generating status reports can be quite easy,
The Risk Register, also known as a Risk Log, is a master document which is created during the planning stage of your project, as part of your risk management plan. This document contains all indentified project risks, severity analysis and evaluation of possible solutions.
The information in the Risk Register can be presented in a number of different ways, including database, spreadsheet or a simple, paragraph-style document. One