A Project Management CV is a quick representation of your character and professional experience. Chances are it will be the first impression that an employer will build upon. As a result, it is essential that you make your first impression impeccable to secure the job.
Many times what should be productive planning meetings turn into unproductive arguments or complete timewasters. Sometimes, as the person leading the meeting, you can spend more time diffusing bickering or trying to get people to stay focused on the topic than you do cultivating productivity. A more conductive environment can be encouraged if a few management tips are kept in mind before, during, and after the meetings.
This checklist describes 8 basic steps for project managers to help them succeed in planning and fulfilling their objectives. Such things as forecasting, analysis, software, communication, payment, performance, change management, and lessons learned are considered top priority for managing projects successfully, from their initiation and planning to execution and closure. Although the checklist shares common ideas and suggestions, without paying attention to details, it is helpful for professionals and beginners. You can use it as a starting point for building your success in project management.
In the following ERP Software Selection Checklist I write about several major steps that will help your organization choose and introduce an ERP solution that meets the business requirements. The steps include a range of tips and suggestions intended to make the checklist more understandable and usable. You can utilize this document as general guidelines for choosing ERP software for your specific corporate environment.
No doubt the process of auditing a project is one of the major activities that define success of the project management process. In this article we talk about the general steps of the process. First we explain what project audit means; then we give the audit checklist.