Project Management Archives - Executive Street
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The planning process produces the detailed project management plan. In some cases, especially where the customer is internal, initiation and planning may overlap. If the Read More
After the proposals or bids are received, the customer (internal or external) must evaluate and formally decide to begin the project. The result is a Read More
This quiz builds on the previous project initiation articles in this series.
Your company’s main office has 75 employees. An adjoining suite in Read More
After the statement of work is approved, the project team (internal or external) must evaluate and respond. The result is a combined technical and cost Read More
It is time to move beyond project scoping (when you agreed upon the purpose, goals, and objectives for the project and you created a general Read More
This article is applicable whether the project is an internal company project or you will be contracting with external providers.
From the Perspective of the Read More
This article, on project charters, is my second article related to project initiation.
Purpose of the Project Charter
The purpose of the project charter is Read More
The five generally-accepted project process areas are shown in the figure below.
Initiation is completed by the customer (sometimes an internal customer, sometimes an Read More
This is the first article in an extended series presenting project management concepts, along with detailed instructions on how to improve project outcomes. This series Read More