You're starting a new project. You want to make sure that project kick off goes as smoothly as possible. This is the guide you need!
This 46-page ebook will help you setting up your project right from the beginning.
What goes into a business case
How to write a project initiation document (also known as a project charter)
How to create the other important documents you need to put in place, namely the risk log, change log, issue log and decision log.
How to create a project plan and a project schedule
Common scheduling mistakes and how to overcome them
Tips for getting work done more quickly when your project has to start (and finish) fast.
Check out the table of contents in the images to see everything covered by this book.
Packed with practical, real-world advice, this is part of a series of ebooks aimed at managers who don't work in a textbook world.
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