The What, Why, and How of Powerful Project Charters
Some project managers jump into their project execution with little stakeholder engagement and an insufficient understanding of the goals, deliverables, assumptions, and constraints. Another problem is a lack of understanding between the project manager and the project sponsor. These communication issues often lead to blown budgets and missed deadlines.
Start your projects with a solid foundation. Engage your stakeholders in the initiation process through the simple and powerful process of developing a project charter.Enroll in Course
10 Things Successful Project Managers Never Tolerate (FREE)
Harry Hall tells you ten things successful project managers never tolerate, both in themselves and in their teams. Learn to develop and mature soft skills such as communication, influencing, decision making, cultural awareness, trust building, and coaching. Learn to get results and advance your career.Enroll in Course
Six Proven Ways to Boost Project Success
Six Proven Ways to Boost Project Success reveals solutions to six common project problems that will help you become an exceptional project manager.
- STAKEHOLDER DISRUPTION. Learn to identify stakeholders, which stakeholders matter, eight common stakeholder mistakes, and how to manage stakeholders more effectively.
LACK OF CLARITY. Many project teams start out with a fuzzy understanding of why the project is being undertaken. Learn to work with your teams and other stakeholders to clarify your projects early.
LACK OF COMMUNICATION. Ninety percent of a project manager’s job is communications. Learn 8 ways to improve communication. Learn to define and maintain communication plans.
LACK OF KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS. Project managers are pressured to deliver projects quickly. Maximize your productivity with four strategies to deliver projects faster and five tips for staffing project teams.
LACK OF CERTAINTY. When is risk exposure greatest in a project? Learn when to start project risk management, who should be involved, how to reduce uncertainty, and what to include in your risk management plans.
UNORGANIZED CHANGE. Is scope creep a constant source of irritation for your organization? I’ll teach you how to bring order to the change process and how to track and report changes.