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  • Project Management Offices (PMO) are defined by their ability to deliver value to their organizations or clients. As PMO organizations mature it becomes harder for them to demonstrate their business value to the organization. Below, we have identified 5 things … Read Article »

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  • he conducting of a business case analysis is always done by the stakeholders of a project. This is because they will be financially responsible for the success or failure of this business venture. They will also be the ones that … Read Article »

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  • Developing Effective Work Breakdown Structures The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is an often misunderstood and underappreciated tool of project management.  I would argue that it is a critical piece of the foundation of any project management methodology.  Many misconceptions exist … Read Article »

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  • Tip…Are you a PMO Project Management Process Are you a PMO Project Manager? If you are, then you can use MPMM to create and run a successful project management office (PMO). Every PMO requires a solid project management process, … Read Article »

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  • Did you know…How to use the Project Management Methodologies Roadmap That the “Roadmap” included within MPMM project management methodology is the best place to find your way around? The roadmap is included within the educational, standard and professional editions of … Read Article »

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  • Customizing MPMM Project Management Methodology Want to create a completely customized version of MPMM project management methodology for your business? Here is how to do it: 1. Prepare for Customization Before you kick off your customizations, you first need to … Read Article »

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  • Flexibility of Online Project Management Methodologies Q: The “recent pages” feature under the File menu bar is great, but what if I want to change the number of recent pages that are displayed. Is project management methodologies software flexible enough … Read Article »

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  • Project Management Process Help Q: How does the “Recent Pages” feature work in this project management process? A: Well, as you navigate the project management process included in this project management software, this project process keeps a record of … Read Article »

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  • Creating Project Management Methodology Pages Q: I have opened a project management methodology and I’d like to create a brand new page. How can I do this? A: Easy. There are several ways of creating new pages for project management … Read Article »

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  • Build Teams with Project Management Templates So you’re a Project Manager on a new project and you want to build a high performing team using project management templates? Excellent, this is a great goal to strive for. But it’s … Read Article »

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  • Project Management Templates – Delivering projects on Time As a Project Manager, you are always pushed to deliver your projects on time, by using project management templates.  Not a day goes by that you don’t worry about whether you … Read Article »

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  • Did you know that with a Project Management Life Cycle you can… That you can backup and restore MPMM content? This feature is provided in the MPMM Professional Edition, as it allows you to backup the project management life cycle … Read Article »

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  • Project Management Life Cycle Change Management In this latest article, we’re discussed the topic of Change Management. A project management lifecycle is typically undertaken within changing business environments, so it’s inevitable that during the life of your project, there … Read Article »

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  • Writing a Business Case with Project Management Templates We all know that successful Project Management is about delivering projects on time, within budget and to specification. But what many forget is that it’s also important to deliver the business benefits … Read Article »

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  • As you kick off new projects in the coming year, make sure you start out on the right foot. These tips will help you set up projects properly from the outset, and avoid problems down the track. Starting new projects… Read Article »

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  • How to Create Project Management Methodology Pages Q: I have opened a project management methodology and I’d like to create a brand new page. How can I do this? A: Easy. There are several ways of creating new pages for … Read Article »

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Basics of Procurement

  • Basics of Procurement Procurement refers to obtaining goods and services from outside companies. This specifically refers to vendors and suppliers. It does not refer to other internal organizations within your own company. (For the purposes of this discussion, “purchasing” and … Read Article »

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  • Know the Five Steps in a Document Life Cycle Document management is a part of communication management. It is important for the project manager to recognize the stages that a document must go through from creation to completion. This knowledge … Read Article »

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  • Schedule Estimating Threshold When you create a schedule you generally don’t know enough to enter all of the detailed activities the first time though. Instead, you identify large chunks of work first, and then break the larger chunks into smaller … Read Article »

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  • Manage the Schedule for Small Projects All projects need a schedule. If you have a small project perhaps the schedule is a simple checklist or Excel spreadsheet. As projects get larger they need more formal scheduling templates and tools.… Read Article »

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  • Define the Objectives of Your Project Objectives are concrete statements that describe the things the project is trying to achieve. They are included in your Project Charter. An objective should be written in a way that it can be … Read Article »

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  • Five Steps Before Estimating Work

    Five Steps Before Estimating Work Estimating is hard enough. It is even harder if you are not prepared. Estimating a 20 hour chunk of work is not so hard. Estimating for full projects or large chunks of work can be … Read Article »

  • The Power of the Aligned Organization

    The Power of the Aligned Organization   When was the last time you rode in a car with wheels that were not properly aligned? Chances are it was a pretty rough ride. The car either pulled in one direction, making it … Read Article »

  • Four Steps to Show the Value of Training

    Four Steps to Show the Value of Training Many businesses struggle with whether they are getting their money’s worth in sending employees to training classes. This question can be applied to project management training as well as any other … Read Article »

  • Three Techniques for Scope Change Management

    Three Techniques for Scope Change Management 1. Hold Everyone Accountable for Scope Management Many scope management processes work well at the project manager level, but get compromised by team members. If the project manager is diligent in enforcing the scope … Read Article »

  • Four Responsibilities of Executives on Projects

    Four Responsibilities of Executives on Projects An executive has administrative or supervisory authority in an organization. That authority is used in a number of ways on projects. An executive is typically responsible for the Business Case of a project, which … Read Article »

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  • Create Schedule Management Plan The Schedule Management Plan describes the process used to develop and manage the project schedule. Not all projects need a Schedule Management Plan, but if your project has a complex schedule that requires special handling, you … Read Article »

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  • Mistake #5: Poor quality leads to poor results Like the other common project management mistakes we have looked at, problems with quality show up in a number of areas. For instance: Rework. Rework means that you have to fix a … Read Article »

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