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Develop Project team

May 28, 2010
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Developing the project team is all about developing the competencies, interaction within the team and overall team environment so the team operates in a way to ensure project success. Project managers must have to start with or develop the skills that lets him identify, build, maintain, motivate, lead and inspire to create a high...

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Human Resource Plan Tools-Networking & Org Theory

May 27, 2010
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Networking and organizational theory can be used effectively to no only make a efficient and effective human resources plan but also to acquire a plan put it in place. Networking encompasses all kinds of interactions with others. That then is a means of tapping into experiences of others. On the other hand organizational theory...

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Managing Project teams Conflict resolution

May 27, 2010
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Conflicts do happen, in fact they happen without exception, whenever a collection of human beings work together. What needs to happen is a way of resolving these conflict that does not let the issues become long-term ones and lets both parties go away from the situation without losing dignity in any manner. Thus this...

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Develop Project Team Tools & technique 2

May 26, 2010
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Part 1 discusse3d the inert personal skills, training and team building activities aspects of the tools and techniques that you need in building and developing a project team. This part will be discussing the ground rules, co-location and the recognition and reward aspects of the tools & techniques armory that needs to be used....

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Project HR Management- Process Overview

May 20, 2010
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Introduction Human resources are a very crucial part of the resources that are deployed in a project. Putting together a team and then on-going management of the team should be part of the HR management plans. Typical stages of such a plan would be develop human resources plan, acquire project team, develop project team...

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Close Procurements

May 1, 2010
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Introduction Closing procurements is done by notifying the seller that the procurement action is formally closed. Finalizing open claims, ensuring that all the deliverables have been accepted and updating the record to reflect the final results are the usual activities associated with the closing procurement processes. In a phase based project this closing procurement...

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Close Procurements – Outputs

April 30, 2010
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Introduction The close procurements process is one of the two closing processes defined in the PMBOK. This process should be used to close all the procurement processes for a project or a particular phase of the project. The outputs are in the form of two sets of documents. One set has the details of...

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Administer procurements II

April 29, 2010
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Introduction Administering procurement is about managing the buyer seller relationship, measuring the contract performance periodically and making the changes that are required due to on-going changes happening in the process. The tools and techniques that one uses to ensure this threefold aim are achieved are contract change controls system, procurement performance reviews, inspection and...

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Inputs to Administer Procurement

April 23, 2010
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Introduction What was awarded as a contract to the seller and how he is performing and if any changes in the project management related documents are required are the details needed by the administer the procurement process. Therefore, the inputs that would be the documents that define the work assigned to the seller, the...

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Administer Procurements – Outputs

April 22, 2010
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Introduction During the lifetime of procurement actions changes may be necessary to many relevant documentation. The typical outputs of the process are these updates and updated documentation like the procurement documentation. Updates to the organization process assets and Project management plan are such updates that come out of the administer procurement process. Change requests...

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