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Stakeholder Mapping 101: A Quick Guide to Stakeholder Maps

Map your stakeholders and keep them in the loop with’s project management features. A stakeholder map is a visual, four-quadrant influence-interest matrix used to identify stakeholders and categorize them in terms of their influence and interest in the project. Try it for yourself today!

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Have You Left Anything Out of Your Project Management Plan?

Project Risk Coach

Project Scope Management Plan Define how you will plan, execute, and control scope. Project Time Management Plan Define how you will plan, execute, and control the schedule. Project Cost Management Plan Define how you will plan, execute, and control the budget.

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Project Controls: A Quick Guide

Think of project controls as the mechanism that keeps a project on schedule when planning and executing, keeping costs within budget. This means saving the project and the organization time and money. Furthermore, project controls help to answer important questions about the project. Project Implementation.

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Business Acumen for Project Managers [Free Checklist]

Rebel’s Guide to PM

PMI defines it like this: Professionals with business acumen understand the macro and micro influences in their organization and industry and have the function-specific or domain-specific knowledge to make good decisions. I’ve done inductions for a number of new project managers who couldn’t tell me how their new company (i.e.

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How to Create a Performance Measurement Baseline for Your Projects

The whole project is part of a performance measurement baseline, but it’s broken up by project scope, project schedule and project cost baselines. The schedule baseline is made up of project activities and the cost baseline is the budget allocated to those activities.

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The Project Charter Lays the Foundation


Community organizations and regulatory authorities will be important constituencies, particularly for public works or infrastructure projects. After identifying the stakeholders, we should assess, concern, and influence. At this point, the budget estimate may only be +50%/-30% of the final project costs.

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10 Project Constraints That Endanger Your Project’s Success

One of the biggest challenges of every project manager is project constraints. They limit a project, and they can quickly endanger your project’s success. Hence, it’s important to know all possible constraints, their influences on each other and the project management tools that address those constraints.