It should go without saying that reliability is very important when it comes to selecting the right software tool to manage your projects and resources. It’s easy to see why having a reliable solution is as important as having reliable resources and it’s easy to select the right solution if you ask yourself and your […]Read more "The Reliability of Your Solution Is As Important As The Reliability Of Your Resources."
In order to fully define and gain a complete understanding of what done looks like you will need to: Identify the required business mission critical skills. Identify the technical and operational requirements necessary for completing the project. Put together the plan, schedule work required for the delivery the product or service that will fulfill the […]Read more "So What Does Done Look Like?"
As mentioned in the last post, the four measures of Done are Effectiveness, Performance, Technical Performance and Key Performance Parameters. Let’s look at each of these in greater detail. Effectiveness: This measure is critical to meeting the operational objectives in the project environment. They are focused of the skills necessary outside of any technical implementation. These […]Read more "The Four Measures Of Done."
In order be certain when a project is complete we need to have a disciplined and structured method for capturing all the data and details with the ability to track, monitor, and consistently analyze the project at any time. Resource management and planning tools help maximize resource allocation and give improved visibility into projects allowing […]Read more "Knowing When A Project Is Truly Complete."
Establishing structure is very important before setting up tasks and tracking time spent on those tasks. By establishing an organized approach, structure and workflow before outlining what tasks need to be tracked, you can develop a much more organized and controlled system. Establishing goals within the project is the first step to understanding what and […]Read more "The Importance Of Structure and Planning Prior To Tracking Time."
Getting your team on board and making sure they adopt the software solution you chose is critical to successfully completing a project. It’s important to set up a meeting where everything involving the tracking of the project is clearly described and explained. Establishing a transparent approach can be very helpful here. Set up a demo […]Read more "Ensuring User Adoption By Getting The Whole Team On Board."