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Selecting a Project Team

     You are starting a new project. One of your first tasks is selecting your team. Logically you want well-rounded, well-trained and reliant individuals to assure a successful project completion, but there is more to it than that. The following questions and considerations you should consider as you start the selection process: 1. Do you need a few highly skilled individuals with a narrow focus or more individuals with a variety of job experiences and education? If everyone has the same set of skills, are you lacking variation and is there a risk the project will stymie? If y

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21-07-2014
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A project will grind to a halt, if the communication fails

Intention of conveying message is known as communication. A project will grind to a halt, if the project staff do not know what their tasks are or how to accomplish them. A project manager will be unable to monitor project progress until he/she does not know what the project staff are/aren’t doing. Also a project will not even get off the ground, if the project manager is uncertain of what the customer’s expectation is. It is vital to ensure the smooth flow of instructions in all levels of project staff and stakeholders to maintain a project properly. As different stakeholder groups use diffe

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21-07-2014
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The Success of a Project Through Effective Stakeholder Management

To determine whether a project is in control or to measure the performance of a project objective, several indicators are available. In modern dynamic business environments stakeholder relationships are redefined. Future ready business models require new stakeholder management models.   The stakeholder management is closely linked to project success and success of organizations. If you have not yet realized this fact in your practice, there is a good chance that your projects are ghosts within the organization. Because in an environment where expectations are becoming higher and resource

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21-07-2014
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A cup a day keeps the doctor away?

“Coffee is a way of stealing time that should by rights belong to your older self.”  ― Terry Pratchett, Thud! I cannot start my day without a cup of coffee. Well, technically I can but I am completely dependent on my early morning buzz to kick start myself and I love the concept of coffee stealing time from my older self, it makes me feel younger just thinking about it.   Mostly people I know rely on coffee for several reasons: to help them wake up in the morning, keep them focused throughout the day and give them an extra bit of energy when they need. As a project manager you wil

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21-07-2014
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