All articles by: Ana-Maria Geaman

PM Tip of the Day

PM Tip of the Day – 03.03.2014

”Make use of templates developed for previous, similar projects to make the procurement process faster and easier.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 28.02.2014

”If you think you do not have enough time to complete the project, now might be the time to crash or fast track and find ways to make the deadline.”

By Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 27.02.2014

”Does your communications budget allow for fun and creative ways to deliver messages other than e-mail? Overnight shipping, handwritten notes, and hand-couriered packages are all ways to get your message noticed.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 26.02.2014

”Contracting work out can be an excellent risk mitigation strategy.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 25.02.2014

”Project management plans are meant to be iterated, as new information about the project is uncovered. Do not take just one pass at planning.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 24.02.2014

”If you are a supplier of goods or services, you should realize that generally the buyer can terminate your contract at any time. Are you looking for indications that they may not want the project anymore?”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 14.02.2014

“One of the most critical things to do at the end of a project (if it has not been done continually throughout the project) is to create historical project records. These records can be used as a basis for better projects in the future.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 13.02.2014

“If you expect politics to affect your project, you will be less upset when they do.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 12.02.2014

”Gain insights on working with multi-cultural teams. Have team members tell stories at team meetings about how cultural differences have affected communication.”

by Rita Mulcahy

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PM Tip of the Day – 11.02.2014

”Use sticky-notes, rather than a computer, to quickly capture a wealth of information in a group environment, create storyboards, communicate risks, and gain buy-in for your project.”

by Rita Mulcahy