Why do Most Projects Never Reach Closure?

July 25, 2013 Danielle Hayday 0

PMI defines a project as an activity that has a definite state and end date. Some projects never reach their end date and they seem to go on forever. While these projects are not considered failures, they keep consuming the project budget and things keep dragging on.   The reason for […]

Risk Management: a Process that is often Avoided

July 16, 2013 Danielle Hayday 0

  One of the major components of project management is analyzing and evaluating the risks that are associated with a project. The whole idea behind project management is to get all the steps right so that the project failure can be avoided. Therefore it is only advisable to look into […]

Skills of a Project Manager

July 9, 2013 Danielle Hayday 0

Every company has its own idea of the proper blend of skills that are required for a PM, but we have developed the following ten components which we believe are always needed when determining the skills of a top notch project manager.  While this list is not all inclusive, we […]

The Importance of Project Manager

July 8, 2013 Danielle Hayday 0

The Relevance of a Project Manager When we talk about projects – be it small, medium, large, or even complex projects, many things seem to originate from one important position of the project team: the Project Manager. The PM singularly is responsible for many different aspects in a project. No […]

A Project Headed towards Failure from the Start

July 3, 2013 Danielle Hayday 0

ABC Construction – San Antonio, Texas Project Name : Construction Project C3* Project Type: Private Building Works Date : 2009-2013 – Three year construction project Cost : $ 12M   Synopsis: ABC Constructions was a reliable name in Building and Construction and had handled many building projects successfully. The nature […]