Project Control Posts

Goal Setting: How to Use OKR Technique to Amplify Team Success


Every organisation looks for an effective approach that allows to make sure employees work on the right stuff and perform at their best. Luckily, OKRs technique for goal setting can be just the right solution for your company – in fact, companies that set clear goals are four times more likely to score in the top 25 percent of business outcomes.

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4 Steps to Successfully Dealing with Project Emergencies


Issues arise on every project; they appear at the most inappropriate time and may impact the project negatively if handled improperly. No matter how much risk planning was performed, there are often issues that result from technical specifications or unrealistic client expectations and can be hardly resolved by the project team.

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Identifying Project Scope: Management Basics


Project scope is the part of project planning that involves determining and documenting a list of specific project goals, deliverables, tasks, costs and deadlines. Effective scope management requires good communication to ensure that everyone on the team understands the scope of the project and agrees upon exactly how the project’s goals will be met. As part of project scope management, the team leader should solicit approvals and sign-offs from the various stakeholders as the project proceeds, ensuring that the finished project, as proposed, meets everyone’s needs.

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3 Easy Techniques For Successful Change Management


Change management is a challenging task in all types of projects. In this article we present how to apply three useful change management techniques that will assist you in order to achieve smooth transition in your projects.

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3 Ways to Deal with Overly-Engaged Project Sponsors


We all know that engaging sponsors is essential for success. In most cases, projects suffer from the lack of sponsor engagement. However, there are times when sponsors become so overly involved in project tasks that the team can’t get things done.

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