Join Bonnie Biafore for an in-depth discussion in this video Keeping things moving, part of Managing Small Projects.
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From project beginning to end, you as the Project Manager can do several things…to help the project proceed smoothly.…First, think of yourself as working for your team members rather than the other way around.…Be ready to help them if they run into roadblocks.…If they need something to get their work done, try to get it for them.…If someone is holding up their work, help convince that person to deliver.…If the processes you have set up for the project take too much time or don't…work in someway, fix them.…
If team members have questions about their work, get the answer for them.…And if they have suggestions, listen to what they have to say and take action if it makes sense.…Second, a good system of organization that works for you is a huge advantage to…keeping things moving.…Projects typically have a lot going on, so it's easy to forget things or get overwhelmed.…You need to know when it's time to perform your recurring project…management tasks, like scheduling status meetings, preparing project…
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- Defining the life cycle and scope of small projects
- Identifying the project customer and other stakeholders
- Determining the right level of management
- Scheduling work
- Managing risk
- Keeping things moving
- Evaluating the project
- Getting sign-off and tying up loose ends<br><br>
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