Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2012’

When is a project too small for the formality & structure of project management?

By: Peter LePiane The struggle is age-old. The project manager is pre-programmed to establish clear goals, scope and deliverables for the project. The client typically just wants the deliverables delivered as soon as possible with minimal overhead and unnecessary formality. Especially if the project is small. After all, why introduce time and effort when it …

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