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Book 1: Perfect Project Management

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Book1: Perfect Project Management: Simple & Easy Project Management
In this book you will learn to:
Control & Manage Change
Changes in funtionality occur in any project.  They will come from various sources, management, customers, your project team, suppliers & other stakeholders. And little by little these project demands can add up to considerable project expansion that can put a strain on your resources. As a project manager, if you effectively manage the scope of your projects, you have a better chance of effectively managing project resources — time, money, etc. — and so managing change.
Deliver Projects on Time & On Budget
Project planning starts with a well thought out business case that usually includes some type of financial estimate linked to your Return on Investment (ROI).  Once these are agreed, it is up to you, the project manager to ensure that on-time & on-budget performance is delivered; if not your projects will miss their objectives.
Focus the Project Team on the Solution
The project team can easily lose sight of the goal & spend too much time on the wrong tasks.  A good project manager keeps the project team focused by, removing barriers, or protecting the team from needless interference.
Get Buy-In
A good project manager from the start collects user requirements, project hurdles & creates a feasibility study to build a strong business case.  Using input from various sources, to overcomes opposition & obtain buy-in by communicating the project's benefits to the different stakeholders.
Provide a Process for Estimating Project Resources, Time & Costs
Using data, research, financial analysis, previous project experiences & a solid project plan, you can provide the insights needed to reduce estimating errors & increase the chances that your project will finish on time & on budget.
Communicate Project Progress, Risks, and Changes
As a project progresses, stakeholders must be kept informed of any issues or successes that the project encounters.
Prepare for Unexpected Project Issues
Every project runs into unexpected issues, for example, changes in market conditions & oil prices going up.  So plan for the unexpected, by having contingency plans in place.
Post Implementation Reviews (PIR)
You must review how well the whole project & each prior phase within the project has performed. The PIR should breakdown & evaluate the project for opportunities for improvement.  These lessons & insights should then be used, to ensure greater success in future projects.: Simple & Easy Project Management
In this book you will learn to:
Control & Manage Change
Changes in functionality occur in any project.  They will come from various sources, management, customers, your project team, suppliers & other stakeholders. And little by little these project demands can add up to considerable project expansion that can put a strain on your resources. As a project manager, if you effectively manage the scope of your projects, you have a better chance of effectively managing project resources — time, money, etc. — and so managing change.
Deliver Projects on Time & On Budget
Project planning starts with a well thought out business case that usually includes some type of financial estimate linked to your Return on Investment (ROI).  Once these are agreed, it is up to you, the project manager to ensure that on-time & on-budget performance is delivered; if not your projects will miss their objectives.
Focus the Project Team on the Solution
The project team can easily lose sight of the goal & spend too much time on the wrong tasks.  A good project manager keeps the project team focused by, removing barriers, or protecting the team from needless interference.
Get Buy-In
A good project manager from the start collects user requirements, project hurdles & creates a feasibility study to build a strong business case.  Using input from various sources, to overcomes opposition & obtain buy-in by communicating the project's benefits to the different stakeholders.
Provide a Process for Estimating Project Resources, Time & Costs
Using data, research, financial analysis, previous project experiences & a solid project plan, you can provide the insights needed to reduce estimating errors & increase the chances that your project will finish on time & on budget.
Communicate Project Progress, Risks, and Changes
As a project progresses, stakeholders must be kept informed of any issues or successes that the project encounters.
Prepare for Unexpected Project Issues
Every project runs into unexpected issues, for example, changes in market conditions & oil prices going up.  So plan for the unexpected, by having contingency plans in place.
Post Implementation Reviews (PIR)
You must review how well the whole project & each prior phase within the project has performed. The PIR should breakdown & evaluate the project for opportunities for improvement.  These lessons & insights should then be used, to ensure greater success in future projects.
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