Monthly Archives: November 2014

Project Scoping

We have seen many projects that were initiated without a well defined (or well communicated) set of objectives and requirements. There are a lot of reasons for this, but very few good reasons.  The most prevalent reason is that the client and/or the person(s) who perform the actual project work jump into the project without taking the time to develop a scope statement or set of requirements. (more…)...
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Change Management

Business Projects and initiatives are often titled something like “Upgrade The Financial Reporting Process” or “Implement A New ERP system” or “Improve Inventory Control.” These titles describe what a project or initiative is intended to achieve. However, what is often missing in significant projects is the recognition that the biggest risk and time-consuming activity is dealing with the people (and other companies) that will be affected by the project. (more…)...
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