6 behaviours that could ruin your project
As project managers we want our team members to have a commitment to deadlines, be optimistic about their work, stay focused on the goal, have a competitive mindset, stick to the budget, and please clients and management, don’t we? And yet they could be disastrous, writes J LeRoy Ward.
6 reasons to stop funding a project
When considering a request for additional funding there are three types of funds: sunk funds, the ‘money at risk’ (to be spent in the next phase) and the remaining projected cost of the project. But when should you stop funding altogether?
Devils in detail and project estimating fallacies
Project estimating costs and durations can be done in great detail using Excel or more sophisticated tools. However, detailed is not synonymous with accurate! Pat Weaver provides a more pragmatic approach to estimating time and costs on a project.