Project Planning for Beginners

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Project planning is one of the foundational pillars that supports the practice of project management. In Review – Project Planning for Beginners. Project planning is very important in any project, Jennifer said. Why do you feel you should have done a better job at planning?

Strategic Planning in Business

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That’s why smart businesses plan for the future as best they can through strategic planning. By planning strategically for the future, a business can anticipate potential unknowns and embark on a journey where they’re most likely to achieve their goals. What Is a Strategic Plan?

Action Plan Template

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The action plan is that document. Enter your email below and download your free action plan template for Excel and get on the road to success. What Is an Action Plan? Just as the name says, an action plan is a plan of action. Why Use an Action Plan Template?

How to Plan a Webinar

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Jennifer Bridges, PMP, shows you everything you need to know to plan a webinar. In Review – How to Plan a Webinar. As when planning any project , Jennifer noted that the first step is to go through the who, what, when, where, why and how of the webinar. Have a Backup Plan.

Task Management For Project Managers

How can project planning that stretches over months or years remain relevant and account for new ad-hoc activities that arrive every day

Project Planning Process

Girl's Guide to PM

Let’s look at the project planning process and how you can make it work to your advantage! This quick 11 minute video offers you hints and tips for project planning. The post Project Planning Process appeared first on Girl's Guide to Project Management.

The Risk Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

Warning – do not use the same plan for every project. Work with your team to right-size your risk management plan. The risk management plan should be commensurate with the size and complexity of your project. For large, complex projects, the plan may be much longer.

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How to Make a Contingency Plan

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You’ve heard the phrase, “Always have a Plan B.” ” Well, “Plan B” is just common vernacular for what’s known as a contingency plan. The use of contingency plans is widespread and applies to any business venture.

How to Make a Disaster Recovery Plan

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Jennifer Bridges, PMP, shows you how to make a disaster recovery plan. In Review – How to Make a Disaster Recovery Plan. Disasters happen, Jennifer said, but recovery must be planned. Just like any plan, a disaster recovery plan is made up of pieces.

How to Successfully Execute a Plan

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Planning is the backbone that holds up any project. Jennifer Bridges, PMP, shows you how to take that plan and execute it right. In Review – How to Successfully Execute a Plan. The act of executing a plan is fundamental in any project. Tips for Executing a Plan.

What Is (and Isn’t) Product Management?

Speaker: Steve Johnson, VP of Products, Pragmatic Institute

How to Develop a Quality Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

Let’s look at the project risks when there is no quality management plan. The Quality Management Plan. Before we discuss the quality management plan, let’s get our arms around the concept of quality. What is a Quality Management Plan?

How to Plan a Successful Product Launch

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If you don’t have a plan to launch that product, then you’re jeopardizing your success. To avoid failure, plan a product launch that accounts for the customer’s needs and wants, the competitive environment and the nature of the market. Develop a Strategic Plan.

How to Make a Change Management Plan

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A change management plan can be the difference between project success and failure. Jennifer Bridges, PMP, shows you how to create the right change management plan for your project. In Review – How to Make a Change Management Plan. What Makes Up a Change Management Plan?

Deciding the Level of Detail Needed for a Release Plan

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“How much detail do we need for our release plan?”. The answer to this question will determine the amount of initial effort that we put into documenting our plan, as well as how much effort we will need to maintain the documented plan over time. The Plan the Release process goal.

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Potholes in your Roadmap and How to Fill Them

Speaker: Hope Gurion, Product Coach and Advisor

Overcoming Annual Planning with Adaptability

Arras People

At its heart, this issue involves innovating to overcome cumbersome project lifecycles so annual planning will no longer have a death grip on the business. No doubt, figuring out how to extend the PPM for strategic “adaptable” planning is where the rubber hits the road.

Capacity Planning: The Secret to Successful Projects

Girl's Guide to PM

Not that long ago, a project manager – who, for the purposes of this article has asked to remain anonymous – was planning out Phase 2 of her project. She produced a project plan and resource plan, and kept timesheets so she could justify why she was doing so many hours on this project.

3 Tips for Optimising Your Project Plan

Arras People

Today’s post is a guest article from Deltek, they’re part of Arras People’s project management software directory and always have good insights to share when it comes to the technical aspects of project management, in this case project planning.

How to Actually Develop a Project Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

Featuring baselines, subsidiary plans, and other ancillary plans Do you know the 5Ps? Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance. If this is true, why is it that some project managers put so little time in developing a project management plan? Subsidiary Plan Description 1.

Plan for Product Launch Success with Data and Analytics

Speaker: Piyanka Jain, President and CEO, Aryng

Have You Left Anything Out of Your Project Plan?

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The Project Plan Checklist Have you left anything out of your project plan? Check out this project plan checklist to help you identify the baselines and plans that will be most helpful to each of your projects. I like to keep my project plans as simple as possible.

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Developing a Project Plan [Video]

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I recommend that you develop a project charter prior to developing your project plan. Here’s a checklist to help you with your project plan. The post Developing a Project Plan [Video] appeared first on. 2=Planning

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How open are YOU to changing your launch plans?

Kiron Bondale

During the last week PMI announced that, based on the feedback they had received from stakeholders, they would be delaying the significant changes to the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam which had originally planned to be launched in mid-December 2019 to July 1, 2020.

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Summary of Capabilities Based Planning

Herding Cats

Here's a collection of posts on the topic of Capabilities Based Planning. Capabilities-based planning enables the enterprise to identify business and technical needs, allocate resources, and track activities and outcomes. . Capabilities Planning

Turning Metrics into Dollars: How to Turn Your Analytics Data into a Real Financial Model for your Startup

Speaker: Tristan Kromer, Lean Agile Coach, Kromatic

Project Start-Up: The Plan for a Plan

Project Health Check

Du ring the Project Start-up and planning phase, projects will execute detailed planning processes to produce a Performance Measurement Baseline of Cost/Schedule/Scope and an associated Project Management Plan. Project Planning

Project Management Plan- Key components

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Projects, no matter their scope, duration or size, need a carefully built project management plan. . Be it traditional (waterfall), Agile or Hybrid project management method, all projects need well thought of and executed the project plan. . Project Management Plan Summary.

Why You Need a Reliable Business Continuity Plan

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What percentage of those businesses have developed a business continuity plan is unclear, but one thing is certain: it’s better to have one than not. What Is a Business Continuity Plan? Why Do I Need a Business Continuity Plan? How to Create a Reliable Business Continuity Plan.

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How to Develop a Simple Scope Management Plan

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5 Questions for Developing a Scope Management Plan How can you develop a scope management plan quickly that provides value to the project? Not familiar with terms such as a scope management plan, WBS, or scope baseline? 2=Planning scope management

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Plan A (or B, C, D)

Musings on Project Management

There is always Plan A: "Do nothing" This is actually different from "do no harm"; do-no-harm could be Plan B Following that theme, sticking with Plan A could actually be harmful. thus, Plan B could be not only less harmful but also could be essential for limiting harm So, presume there is always Plan A, and good management principles say: there should be a Plan B What about Plan C. planning

How to Plan Your Risk Management From Start to Finish

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Planning is a powerful Quadrant II activity that can save you time and energy. Let’s talk about how to plan your risk management from start to finish. Some people think of risk management plans in the wrong way. Rather the plan is your approach to risk management.

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How to Right-Size Your Risk Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

One reason a project manager may have a bad reputation is bloated project plans. While I’m a fan of planning, let’s use some common sense and right-size our risk management plans. Plans should vary in size, dependent on the size and scope of your projects.

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Making Better Business Decisions with Continuous Planning

Arras People

The PMO community have often discussed the problems in portfolio management surrounding planning. If only if was so simple to effectively plan a portfolio of programmes and projects which fit neatly into an organisation’s financial year – life would be so much simpler but alas no.

How to Right-Size Your Risk Management Plan

Project Risk Coach

One reason a project manager may have a bad reputation is bloated project plans. While I’m a fan of planning, let’s use some common sense and right-size our risk management plans. Plans should vary in size, dependent on the size and scope of your projects.

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Project Communication Plan Template [Free Download]

Girl's Guide to PM

It’s a project communication plan template, but it focuses on the summary milestones to hit during the project life cycle. Happy comms planning! This month’s free template is one you might not have come across before but it’s one of the most useful spreadsheet tabs I have.

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No plan. no worry!

Musings on Project Management

Planning is an unnatural process, it’s much more fun to get on with it. The real benefit of not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise and is not preceded by months of worry. ‒ planning Strategic PlanSir John Harvey Jones My thanks to herdingcats for posting that bit of insight where I could find it. Read in the library at Square Peg Consulting about these books I've written Buy them at any.

What is Planning Poker? | Video

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One great tool is Planning Poker. So, what is Planning Poker? What is Planning Poker? What is Planning Poker? The post What is Planning Poker? Agile Project Management Project Management in Under 5 Project Management Tools and Techniques Planning Poker

Using Visual Planning for Easier Project Management

Project Smart

Wherever you fall, I think we can all agree that a visual planning system for project management is a great way to go. Project PlanningMaybe you're a 'visual' person who needs to see in order to understand. Maybe you're an auditory person who prefers to hear in order to best comprehend.

How to Improve Your Strategic Planning, Analysis, and Alignment

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The best-laid plans of mice and men oft go astray. Today, let's look at a step-by-step process to improve your strategic planning, analysis, and alignment with a particular focus on risk management. What I found over the years is the most important thing is for a team to come together over a compelling vision, a comprehensive strategy for achieving that vision, and then a relentless implementation plan. Strategies may include action plans, projects, and programs.