Month: March 2014

How to prepare for a successful project start

This post is written for anyone who wants to start project operations from scratch and focusses on four basic pillars that is helpful to have in place before you start taking on work, i.g projects. This article is particularly useful for anyone within the digital service and delivery area (Design, copy, web, software, marketing etc).

If you haven’t seen my post on my philosophy on project management, it can be a good start, before heading further in on my project management series, so you get a better understanding of the perspective I’m sharing from.

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My philosophy on Strategic Project Management

My-philosophy

This project management article series are perfect for someone who wish to know more about strategic project management, regardless of context. I will cover the basics of project management in a way which is easy to follow, set-up and adapt to your circumstances. To start it all of, I’m sharing my personal philosophy on strategic project management.

If you want to study particular methods such as Scrum or Agile, this article series is not for you since it will not cover any particular methodology.

This is for anyone who wish to get more effective in managing your work, planning or just plain old “getting things done” as well as pinpointing the business value of the work to be done for a client or department.

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