The Project Manager as a Coach

Most project managers who have received any training at all have undoubtedly heard about the need to delegate. As we cannot manage significant projects and perform all necessary tasks ourselves, delegation is an absolute must to expand one’s capabilities as a project manager. Smart project managers, however, go beyond delegating; ...

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Using Control Limits on Your Project

The purpose of all control is to keep variance within an acceptable range. Variance is defined as the difference between what is planned and what is actually achieved. Variance = Plan – Actual. A project with a planned budget of $100,000 is accomplished at an actual cost of $120,000. The ...

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Getting More Out of Your Project Team

Teams represent one of the most powerful mechanisms for achieving significant results in organisations today. Much has been learned about the development and implementation of teams over the past few years. We have seen what works, what doesn’t and the best approach for developing and nurturing teams. A new class ...

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