project scope Archive

  • agile project management

    Project Management Styles — What is Right for You?

    Did you know there are several project management styles that can help you be more effective depending on the industry you are in? A lot of what I write about is related to following the rigid rules of project management as they are presented in books […]

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    Managing Stakeholder Expectations — Keeping Your Job

    Managing stakeholder expectations is all about communicating the progress of your project through the implementation stage. If you communicated with them during the pre-planning and planning stages, key stakeholders and team members should both be aware of your project scope, the WBS, key performance indicators […]

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  • project management communication

    Communication and Project Management

    Communication in business is always important, but communication during the planning and implementation of a project you have just accepted as a project manager is ultimately what will determine if you keep your job or not. If you cannot effectively communicate, you may want to […]

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    Defining Project Scope — Your Shining Light in the Darkness

    Defining the scope of your project is one of the more important steps in the planning process. Creating a project scope statement will provide you with clarity and guidance as you begin your project and team members or external sources try and modify the direction […]

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