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Special Offer

April 25, 2013
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On the occasion of launch of my next book, I have put together a special offer on my new website. Please see more details about the book and the offer on www.puneetkuthiala.com

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21 Project Management Tips – Project Execution

January 29, 2013
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21 Project Management Tips – Project Execution

Photo by Canada’s World In the earlier posts, I shared with you 21 tips on project initiation phase and 21 tips on project planning phase of the project. Today let’s have a look at the execution phase. Execute phase is where the thing called project outcome starts showing up. As always, let’s look at...

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21 Project Management Tips – Project Planning

January 15, 2013
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21 Project Management Tips – Project Planning

Photo by IvanWalsh.comWhile project initiation phase is foundation to construct a building, starting building constructions without a plan is a No Go. In the post titled 21 Project Management Tips – Project Initiation, I explored 21 tips for the project managers during the initiation phase. Lets me me share the my top 21 tips...

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21 Project Management Tips – Project Initiation

January 11, 2013
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21 Project Management Tips – Project Initiation

There are numerous practices that can ensure you to build this foundation, but the core of it comes down to only a few handful actions. I am sharing the top 21 project management tips that can lead you to build a solid foundation during project initiation phase.

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Perform Integrated Change Overview

July 19, 2010
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Introduction The perform integrated change control is all about managing changes. Change requests that are generated during execution of the project need to be reviewed, approved and applied systematically. The changes will be relevant to one or more of issues related to the project; deliverables, organizational process assets, project management plan or the project...

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Monitor and Control Project Inputs

July 17, 2010
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Introduction Monitor and control projects process is used for measuring if there are differences in the current project performance with the planned one. This monitoring needs to be frequent enough to be effective. Measurements tell you if the deviations are significant. If they are actions are required to get the project back on track....

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Development of Project management Plan Inputs II

July 16, 2010
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Introduction Project management plan integrates several subsidiary plans and baselines. This set of four articles discusses the inputs to developing a project management plan. Of these the first three deals with the subsidiary plans. The part 1 of the set covers scope and requirement management plans and the schedules and cost management plans. This...

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Develop Project Charter – Overview

July 14, 2010
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Introduction The project charter is the forma document that authorizes and initiates a project or a particular phase. It includes the initial requirements as stakeholders see it and the outcomes they expectations from it. The Projects Charter and its Development Besides being the initiation document of the project or a specific phase of it,...

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Perform Integrated Change Inputs

July 13, 2010
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Introduction Project management plan, work performance reports are the main inputs to the process. Additionally the enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets provide directions based on the context, the ecosystem in which the organization exists as well as the collective wisdom that has been generated within it influence and moderate actual actions taken....

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Monitor and Control Project Overview

July 11, 2010
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Introduction Once a project gets going it needs constant monitoring to track, review and regulating the progress so that the performance remains within the planned range. Measuring, collecting of performance information and distributing them to the right people so that corrections can be made constitute the main objective of this process. A look at...

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