Thursday, June 16, 2011

Project Management Best Practices

Practical application of these best practices drives a consistent project management approach, and tangible business results:
  • Quicker ramp-up of project managers
  • Easier integration of projects in a multi-project environment
  • More productive project managers (not inventing processes and tools on the fly)
  • Equips project managers with tools to “fill the gaps” in the client environment
  • Better overall team performance – delivering on customer expectations (including measurement of performance)
These are the tangible business results that separate good project managers apart from “the pack”.

Read the full article by Steve Hart for PM Foundations:

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