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Project Monitoring and Control: Tools & Steps

Project monitoring and control is how a project manager ensures the plan they’re implementing with the project team goes off without a hitch. Project controlling involves a lot of steps to thoroughly monitor the project schedule, resources and costs. What Is Project Monitoring and Control? The same is true with scope creep.

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Document version control made easy (with examples)

Rebel’s Guide to PM

A reader got in touch recently and asked for more info on document version control and how to do it. In this article we’ll discuss the principles of version control for files so you can get started, whatever software you use. What is version control? Why is version control important? How does version control work?


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Production Control: Process, Types and Best Practices

Production control is the way that managers keep track of the work being done in the manufacturing facility. Let’s look into what production control is, what a production controller does and explore the process of production control. What Is Production Control? What Is Production Control? Learn more.

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Quality Control in Manufacturing: A Quick Guide

Simply put, quality control in manufacturing is important. Quality control in manufacturing means your customers get what they’ve paid for. Let’s learn what quality control is, some of the methods to employ it and the roles of your team to ensure quality control in manufacturing is delivered. What Is Quality Control (QC)?

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Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

Think your customers will pay more for data visualizations in your application? Five years ago they may have. But today, dashboards and visualizations have become table stakes. Discover which features will differentiate your application and maximize the ROI of your embedded analytics. Brought to you by Logi Analytics.

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7 Tips For Better Cost Control & Expense Control

In order to understand cost control, you must first understand why it is used: monitoring expenses and identifying risks in order to increase profits. Not to be confused with cost management, cost control has its own set of objectives that can save businesses money. What Is Cost Control? What Is Expense Control?

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Change Control Board: Roles, Responsibilities & Processes

This is why projects have a change control board. If changes are requested, the change control board shows how those changes are managed with the least amount of disruption to the project’s plan. The importance of a change control board to a successful, high-quality project cannot be overstated. What Is a Change Control Board?

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Drive Better Results for Your Professional Services Firm Part 2: Deliver Profitable Projects

Speaker: Patrick Connally and Andy Yeomans

Fortunately, these factors can be controlled with the right tools and strategies in place. Put project and budget controls back in the hands of your project managers. In this 30-minute session, we will explore a wide range of topics, including how to: Develop more accurate project estimates that get your projects off on the right foot.

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Best Practices for Accelerating the Sales Process

The bottom line is that, in B2B sales, speed is useless without control. Think about it: with outbound prospecting, requests from management, scheduled demos, and inbound calls, chaos can quickly work its way into your strategy, deeming a “speed wins” selling mentality downright ineffective.

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ERM Program Fundamentals for Success in the Banking Industry

Speaker: William Hord, Senior VP of Risk & Professional Services

How are we measuring and rating our risk impact, likelihood, and controls to mitigate our risk? When building your ERM program foundation, you need to answer questions like: Do we have robust board and management support? Do we understand and articulate our bank’s risk appetite and how that impacts our business units?