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A budget is the amount of money you have to spend on a Project. It's a snapshot of the amount of time you estimate you will spend on the project before you even get started or a set amount Management defines you have to spend on that project. So basically, it's a baseline amount and it remains unchaRead more
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Provide guidance to PMs Create templates and establish standard processes for PMs to follow Consolidating reports Consolidating Financials Developing guidelines and frameworks for Managing projects Establish collaborative spaces for PMs to share knowledge
Personally, I prefer starting from scratch. But generally I don't have a choice on that and it's more the result of where we're at with the project (e.g. early stage, already started, etc.) You should know that 90% of the time I get a handover from another PM I have to fix something, which generallyRead more
Can you share the link to Niku?
Good point Ian, couldn't agree more :)
Hi Neil, good question. But let me start by saying that not all positions require the same Level of experience. Some roles might even require more than 5 years of experience, some less. It really depends and varies on the field, company and the role itself. If the company you're trying to get into hRead more
This assumes tehre is an element of choice - i.e it doesn't have to go in on a certain date. Think about quiet days - so any impact is reduced. If it goes wrong and fixes / rollback required just before a weekend may assist - assuming a weekend is quiet ! Main thing is to consider impacts and risks/Read more
Also dependencies - are future tasks dependent ?
I've used Niku in the past and much preferred this to Project - much more predictable in behaviour