Initiating a project is where it all starts in PRINCE2®. This is the phase where you start working out who is going to do what. You also put in place all the required elements to make sure the project goes smoothly.
Discover the differences between projects and operations examples, and learn strategies for managing both simultaneously for optimal results.
Tips and tricks for writing an effective project overview statement that will help your project succeed.
Picking up a project from another project manager and not sure where to begin? Here are some tried and true tips to help you out along with a project initiation checklist.
In this guest article by Dr. Mike Clayton he explains the three things you need to define your project so that you are not managing a mess.
What happens when you are putting together your project plan and you don’t have all the answers? One way to deal with that is to use assumptions: an educated guess. An assumption is a way to simplify or otherwise fill in missing pieces of a project. Those gaps happen for a variety of reasons, and…
The kick off meeting is a really important part of the project. It is your chance to set the tone for the work to come, to start to build a culture of success, and to establish common goals.
Get this free checklist to help speed up your project initiation meetings. This is the document you want in your bag when you meet your project sponsor for the first time!
GDPR – the General Data Protection Regulation – comes into effect on 25 May 2018 across Europe. Learn how to make sure your projects are GDPR compliant with these 10 questions to ask before you get started.
A 10 step guide on how to take over an existing project along with a free checklist. I will guide you through how to assess the state of the project you’ve inherited.
Find out the 16 most important questions to ask your team and stakeholders when you first start a project.
In this article, guest contributor Piers McLeish explains the data behind his recent survey. Following a recent survey we looked at areas for improvement, where a lack of visibility over data is causing problems as well as the most important features and factors key stakeholders should look for, in both new business software and vendors….