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Anticipate and Plan for Potential Problems

Brush Up Your Project Planning Process for 2018

E643: Project Planning – Scheduling

Build a detailed project schedule as part of your planning process.  

E638: Project Planning – Budgets

Start your projects off on the right foot with project planning.  

E593: Project Planning Process

Those who fail to plan, plan to fail. ¬†Ben Franklin   Project planning is a key part of successful projects It determines how we are going to execute the project Takes the estimate to a workable plan – Overview to details Creates the understanding for the team to follow The fundamentals¬†of good planning Start before …

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E464: Project Execution Tracking At The Business Level

The success of our projects determines the course of our business so stay on top of your projects.   Project planning is valuable – add tracking and it’s priceless Just making a plan is valuable We put the effort in so take advantage of it and track it Know the pulse of all your projects …

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E463: Execute On Your Project Plans

Don’t let your project plans dust, execute on them.   Project plans are living documents They should not be written and set aside They are not cast in stone Things change, so should your plans Project plans need to be updated regularly Get themost out of your plans with regular reviews Writing the plan in …

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E462: Good Project Planning Starts In Estimating

A solid project planning process starts with the estimating team.   Start developing project plans during the estimating process Estimating plans the entire project while developing the pricing They already determine key aspects like manpower, resources, productivity – start writing it down If they don’t develop a plan they can miss something Get operations involved …

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E343: Project Planning 101

Successful projects start with proper planning.

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E226: Ask Coach – Project Planning

When it comes to project planning the most important thing is to develop a plan before starting.

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