Managing projects is no small feat. Here are some “coles notes” or cliff notes to help you get started on your next project management endeavor.
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This is the last commentary on the Small Project Management Guide. Thank you all for reading the guide and providing your comments. I firmly believe that good project management will be one of the keys to successfully bringing about Gov 2.0 and Open Gov and I hope I have convinced you to learn more aboutRead… Read more »
Welcome to part four of the five-part series on how to use the Small Project Management Guide. This week we will discuss risk management which is my favorite project management topic. I’ve included several risk management tools in the Small Project Management Guide. I believe that Andy is a bit skeptical about these tools becauseRead… Read more »
Welcome to Part Three of the five-week series on best using the Small Project Management Guide. In the previous weeks we talked about defining the project product and obtaining agreement on what the project will accomplish. Now it is time to plan the project work in detail so our team can begin their work. HereRead… Read more »
Welcome to part two of the five- part series on how to best use the Small Project Management Guide. Here is Andy’s question to kick off the discussion: One of my favorite phrases in project management is “Scope Creep.” It sounds cool, but it’s not. It’s awful. Got examples? A simple definition of project scopeRead… Read more »
Welcome to the first week of the five week series on how to best use the Small Project Management Guide. Andrew Krzmarzick prepared a weekly question that highlights a part of the guide. This week’s question is about the project charter: “Do you have an example of when a project team did NOT establish aRead… Read more »