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Change Request or Missing Requirement?

project management decisions

  Every project that I have ever been involved in has had many, many discussions and meetings about changes. Any project manager with plenty of experience will know that change management is an important part of any project, irrespective of whether you are using PMP, PRINCE2, APMP or any other …

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Is There Ever An End To a Project?

soft skills

The role of a project manager in many large organisations involves an enormous range of responsibilities. They are expected to be involved in the business requirements analysis and documentation, and in many cases to drive those tasks forward, right through to the implementation and beyond. And during the course of …

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The Project Managers Wish List

project approval process

If you’re a parent, you’ve no doubt wondered at your child’s extensive (or did I mean expensive?) Christmas list each year. Whether it’s a new action figure, the latest video game or something large and plastic, they seem to have such focussed ideas of what they want from life it’s …

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Project Risks and How To Identify Them

project risks

All projects are different but the best way of identifying potential risks within a complex project is to call on the experience of past projects within the same field. Even within completely different industries there are many areas of potential risks that can be the same or similar. The first …

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What Factors Contribute to a Successful Project?

project failure

  Factors that contribute to project success can be broadly categorised into five separate groups: 1. The project manager Simply employing a professional and experienced project manager will not guarantee the success of a project. Of course a project manager will be expected to have sufficient business and/or technical knowledge, …

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