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July 30, 2019

Often times I am asked to join a sales call or demo to discuss professional services and delivery methodology. Customers want to know not only what software they are buying, but what they can expect from the services team who are going to be implemen...

July 29, 2019

So you’ve got a project in trouble and your sponsor is threatening to pull the plug. You need a project recovery plan. Why? Well, simply put, you are in a position where you need to regain the trust of your stakeholders and ensure them that you can d...

July 28, 2019

Quality and grade are two terms that can often be confused with one another. What is high quality vs high grade? Are they synonymous? No. This post will dive into the differences between the two terms and how they apply to your deliverables.

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July 17, 2019


Project monitoring is the largest of all the major project states in terms of duration and cost. This also presents the biggest window for risks and issues to come up and adversely affect your project. One way to help increase visibility to your pro...

July 7, 2019

Getting signoff on your project deliverables is something that you would expect should happen once you deliver what you feel is the scope of work that was agreed to. On paper that’s exactly what a signoff should look like however there are a number o...

July 1, 2019

WIP (or Work in Progress) is something that project managers may often neglect. However, your financial controllers pay very close attention to this. WIP basically is all the work performed on a project that is not yet invoiced. Obviously organizatio...

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