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Tips for successful Project Management

August 24th, 2013 Comments off

Most of the new project managers receive little or sometimes no training on how to manage the projects. All project managers can create WBS, Gantt Charts, estimations etc. and can manage the projects. Unfortunately, this all is not sufficient. Key consists of two important words: Effective & Successful. It is expectation of all stakeholders. Basis my experience in the journey of project management, here is a list of some tips that will definitely help you:

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Progressive Elaboration

August 18th, 2013 Comments off

Although a project is a temporary endeavors but it cannot be conceptualize or planned in a single day nor it can be completed in a day. It holds true for most of the projects until your project is for buying some vegetables in a store.

Generally, there is a problem statement or concept for business benefit first and then it evolve as a complete plan via requirement elicitation & market research and finally a unique product.

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Tips for successful Change Management for your projects

January 11th, 2013 Comments off

One of the critical factors for the success of a project is effective change management. It is very important to manage change as well as expectation from change.

During project execution, you will receive changes from many stakeholders at different phases in the project.

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Create a Gantt chart Using Microsoft Excel

October 15th, 2011 Comments off

Chart is a helpful tool for the monitoring a whole project progress. Gantt chart looks like a bar chart, it represents whole schedule of the project. By using Gantt chart it is easy to know about the start and end time of each sub task in a project.

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How to fine tune your project schedule

October 15th, 2011 Comments off

For the management of the large projects, scheduling of the project plays an important role in the smooth executing of project. Project manager face the problems when the project does not complete in the given timelines.

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How to use Critical Path Method in activity network diagram or PERT

October 15th, 2011 Comments off

In a project for showing all the sub tasks, activity network diagram is an important method, which is used for displaying the timelines of different sub tasks.

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Release Planning Meeting – Discussion Points & How to make it better

October 8th, 2011 Comments off

Release plan is a commitment schedule and it is important to meet this commitment both for customer & organization development project. Every release starts with the release planning meeting.

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How to Build a Successful Project Team

October 6th, 2011 Comments off

Project team is a group of members, which are expert in field and perform task for the success of project. For successful project management project team plays an important role. Success or failure of the project totally depends upon the team members, who design and build the project.

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Project Management in Cloud Computing

September 27th, 2011 Comments off

Indian IT industry has grown from $2 billion in export revenues in 1998 to more than $50 billion today and expected for 2020 is nearly $175 billion. Cloud computing seems to be a promising technology platform and delivery model which might accelerate the non-linear growth of today.

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How to create a work breakdown structure and its Benefits & Example

September 26th, 2011 Comments off

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is an essential part of the Project Management. The Work Breakdown Structure was developed by U.S. defence establishment and is described in a Military Standard (MIL-STD) 881B.

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