Project Management Skills

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The value of a fresh eye on your project’s viability

I was recently speaking with a colleague about how easy we find it to evaluate the viability of projects and programmes, based on our years of experience. It’s something we both do and we can usually arrive at a pretty good diagnosis in a short space of time. We usually approach this sort of project … Continue reading

Project Controls: EVA22 Conference Presentations

Steve Wake’s Newsletter arrived in my Inbox this morning and it contains links to all the presentations from this year’s EVA22 Conference.  Steve writes: “This year eVa focused on the New Normal. A fantastic place for a kick-start and a reboot of Project Controls in your career, your projects and your life. “The annual two-day conference … Continue reading

4 types of project and 3 levels of planning

I’ve recently written about 4 types of project based on how well defined are the goals (WHAT), and how well defined are the methods of achieving them (HOW). Type 1 projects are clearly defined and well-understood; for example many repetitive construction and engineering projects such as building or refurbishing houses, offices or roads. Techniques to manage … Continue reading

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