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Typical Project Risks

project risks

Risks exist in every area of a project but the likelihood of a particular risk occurring, and the consequences to the success of the project if it does occur, are the main factors to consider in risk management within a project. It is important that the project manager does not …

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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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How to fix a failing project

project management issues

Your project is circling the drain.  You know it, your team members know it, even the guy that delivers the sandwiches knows it.  Somehow though, your management haven’t gotten wind of it yet.  Let’s try and keep it that way, at least until you have fixed the problem. Get back …

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Questioning Project Management

project management decisions

Project Management as a profession has to be one of the most elusive to define. Should anyone enquire as to what you do for a living, your reply is almost guaranteed to provoke some puzzled follow-up questions. Maybe the best way to answer this question would be just to list …

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10 Reasons You Need Project Management

Project Scoping

If you are not a project manager, you may feel the whole process of project management with all its methodologies, techniques, meetings, reports and other assorted documentation is just a thorn in your side. You may even feel you would be better off without it – but I suggest you …

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Tools for Managing Projects

project management tools

For complex projects that will involve many people, many tasks or take a considerable amount of time to implement, there is huge benefit to be had from using one of the many project management tools available to plan and manage the project’s resources successfully. I have worked on some memorable …

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