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October 2006

Project Management Phases – Part I

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We have already discussed the lifecycle of project management; in this three part series, we shall go in depth of each phase in the project management lifecycle. Project Conceptualization This is the first phase in a project life cycle where a business problem, requirement or opportunity is identified and happen to be the most important…

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Awesome Link Reads: 10.24

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If Everyone Awakens Will We All Starve? (Steve Pavlina) Vox Populi: Best practices for file naming (43 Folders) 10 ways to avoid disaster during change (Slacker Manager) What’s Your List Type? (Life Hack) The silver-grey Japanese car syndrome (Seth Godin) Dealing With Plateaus (Life Coaches Blog) Chipping Away at the Long Queue (David Seah)

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Project Management

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What is project management? Project management is the skill of managing and applying resources, tools and processes to produce results within a set of requirements, time and constraints. What is a project? A project is a unique and temporary endeavour to produce a product or service. Temporary means every project begin and end. Unique means…

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Seven Deadly Sins of Project Management

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Wayne Turk has written about the seven deadly sins of project management. He lists them as follows: Sin #1: Failing to have good, stable requirements – I don’t agree on this. Stable requirements are a rare occurrence as business needs change rapidly. Unless the project you’re managing is about selling rags on streets, expect never…

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