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Project Planning in 4 slides

I was recently asked to write some notes for a client who would be delivering some project management training. There were only four PowerPoint slides in the session which was also supported by several practical exercises to help reinforce the learning. This article summarises the points I’d want to get across in any session on planning.

My four slides are:

  1. Planning can be done at a variety of levels
  2. Break the work down into manageable chunks
  3. Identify the key Milestones
  4. Work out how all the activities fit together, from start to end

Download the full article here.

I’ll end by reminding you these notes were written to help a trainer, but I believe people really only learn about Project Management by doing it. So, any training events must build in practical work to reinforce the learning, either by using case studies, or preferably by allowing people to work on their own, real, projects.

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