Responses to a Poll Question and a Client Story
A poll question1 asked of 700 project managers, project team leads, and program directors regarding their opinion of the most difficult part of pulling together a project team, delivered the following responses:
Number of Responses
Finding the right internal resources (mix of skills, availability)
A Client Story
For the last three years, one of Abudi Consulting Group’s clients, a global pharmaceutical organization, has been working with us to provide training for their employees at all levels in how to use project management best practices to accomplish work. This workshop, entitled, Taking a Project Management Approach to Getting the Work […]
Develop a document that will help you manage your BPI project!
Creating a project charter for your business process improvement (BPI) projects are a best practice for a number of reasons:
Enables you to get your “head” around the scope of the BPI project Enables for clarification of BPI project needs/expectations Ensures a link between […]
And Get Your Employees Engaged in the Initiative!
Reaching out to employees to get input into business process improvement projects enables for a number of benefits for both the organization and the employees. Consider that business process improvement projects are not easy to implement! Even what appears to be a simple initiative – involving only […]
To reduce questions and challenges on the project
As a project manager, you want to report effectively on the project status by providing sufficient information to stakeholders while also reducing the amount of back and forth communications necessary. This entails providing complete, detailed information in ways that works for the stakeholders but also works for […]