Tag Archives: Theories and Techniques

The Power of Brainstorming

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Identifying project risk, performing risk management planning, and analyzing and responding to risk are all crucial areas when kicking off a new project. Regardless of how complex or straight forward a project may seem, there are always risks. It’s important for a project manager to think of how best to identify and address risks, especially with new projects or prototypes. ... Read More »

The Successful Project Management Life Cycle

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Each project has its own life cycle. That life cycle consists of five different stages. However, depending on the project, those stages and the tasks that occur within those stages can vary depending on the customer requirements and specifications. Each of these stages requires careful planning, consideration, and measures that need to be properly carried out through the entire life ... Read More »

The Top 3 Tips For Good Project Management

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All professional project managers have their own preferred styles and techniques when it comes to managing projects, teams, and stakeholders. While project managers come from different professional and educational backgrounds and even work in different project management capacities, there are several realms of the job that pertain to all industries, fields, and specialties. Here are the top three crucial takeaways ... Read More »

Project Management Tactics For Your Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs: It’s Never Too Early

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If you are a relatively new start up or entrepreneur, you don’t need to worry about implementing project management tactics to your processes yet, right? Wrong. The truth is it’s never too early in a small business to start incorporating project management tactics and methodologies into your workflow and structure…even if it’s just you. When launching a start up, you’re ... Read More »