Struggling projects, falling apart projects, failing projects, broken projects, however you want to call a project which doesn’t reach the project scope, the deadlines set or the project fits inside the estimated project budget. From the eyes of an experienced Project Manager, the struggling projects have few patterns or syndromes as I call them.
An expert project manager is a professional that you would always want to have in your business network because of two simple reasons: An expert project manager can always save you on a tight schedule project The main one is the help with project management expertise, planning your projects and keeping them running smoothly. Have
A tool keeps you organised Being organised makes you deliver value to your clients Delivering value to your clients brings you more clients To bring more clients you need to be able to serve more clients To server more clients you need to optimise your processes To optimise your processes you need to standardise your
Name 3 skills that come into your mind when you say project manager. Planning and organisation Good communication Scope management That’s usually why would you need a project manager isn’t it? Before we move further, we need to clearly define what is the difference between a project and a service. A project is a one
1. You feel your team is reinventing the wheel or you would like to have a clear standard every time you do the same service but to another client. 2. The team delivered at the very last minute, everything is in a rush 3. Budget breakdown structure. Can you calculate where the money goes, if
When Ideas Highway gets the first contact to a potential client, the client’s message sounds like: “we started simple, it’s been working great, but now we started to take over bigger projects and we feel that the things start getting out of control. We need an expert project manager to help us keep organised.” But