Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On tracking project hours, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
- There are all sorts of reasons why I want to do this.…First, there's the potential certification…that we've been talking about.…Second, it helps with your CV.…And there may be other instances that you run across…that that's going to be rather useful information.…Sometimes it will help you refresh your memory…on a project you worked on in the past,…as you're preparing for a new project in your career.…You may have an instance…where you're working with the government…and you have to get a security clearance.…They ask questions about what it is you've worked on…and what environments you've worked in…and whether you've worked with a certain company…or a certain industry.…
Pull that information out, and that's going to be…very useful for you.…Relative just to how you do it,…you know, I don't know that there's a particular thing…that you want to do.…There are particular data elements that you'd want though.…You want to understand the nature of the project.…You want to record the phase of the project…that you worked on.…
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- Preventing scope creep
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