Risk Management is one of the core skills of project management. And your Risk Register – or Risk Log – is the primary tool you’ll use.
There’s one Project technique that has the capacity to transform your skillset and raise your Project Management to the next level: the Lessons Learned review. So, in this article, we will take a look at everything you need to know about how to make your next lessons learned meeting a great success.
Project Implementation (aka project delivery or execution) is when things get going. After definition, scoping & planning, it’s time to make things happen.
Here’s where you implement your project, execute your plan, and deliver the benefits your sponsor commissioned. So, although I’d argue that this is the easy bit, you have to get it right.
What is Project Management? The definition of Project Management is a question that every project manager needs an answer to.
You’ve delivered your project. But now your client/sponsor wants a second project phase. How can you integrate this into your project?
Project Cost Management can seem both dull and difficult. But whatever your attitude to it, there’s nothing your finance director will care about more.
A business case & investment appraisal are vital at the start of your project. This video answers the question: ‘What is a Discounted Cash Flow, or DCF?’
Risk is inherent in the nature of a project. So, that makes project risk management a central part of the project management toolset.
Project Management is a huge, complex discipline. A great way to improve our performance is by harvesting lessons learned from each project we do.
A fun video listing what project managers want for the 12 Project Management Days of Christmas. By my calculation, that’s 78 things – all listed here.