Yesterday, a Project Management Best Practice was shared regarding stakeholders, whom are important to any project’s success. According to Do your stakeholders know why your project exists? article (published on CIO.com), you need to conduct a kickoff meeting, distribute the statement of work, conduct regular meetings, and produce summary reports. I absolutely agree with the author Brad Egeland! […]
About Arthur BurrisArthur L. Burris has more than two decades of progressive business development and transformation experience that enabled him to significantly impact profitability and growth objectives by $2.4B for Fortune 500 enterprises PayPal, Microsoft, J.P. Morgan Chase and GE Financial Services. His understanding of complex business processes and financial principles and practices, including transfer functions, enables him to analyze enterprise needs and quickly develop plans and execute solutions to facilitate business initiatives that increases revenue, effectiveness and efficiencies, as well as reduce operating expenses. You can connect with Arthur on LinkedIn here.
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Are Your Stakeholders Supportive of Your Project?
7 Steps to Produce a Strategy-on-a-Page (SoaP)
Every year you are asked to assess the previous year’s business performance and update your strategies to meet the needs of a changing environment, including new opportunities and emerging opposition to your business’ efforts. You have to schedule a brainstorming session with your business leaders, review your company’s vision and mission statements, measure current state […]
Top 4 Time Wasters Identified and Ways to Increase Productivity
Time management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Poor time management can be related to procrastination, as well as problems with self-control. Skills involved in managing your time. include planning for the future, setting […]