RACI for capacity management

How RACI enables good capacity management in your PMO

A guide to how a RACI enables good capacity management for your Project Management Office (PMO).

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PMO resource capacity management

What does good PMO resource capacity management look like?

PMO Resource Capacity Management is very important for success. This article provides a guide to what good PMO Resource Capacity Management looks like!

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Three strategies for resource capacity management in your PMO

Learn the three different strategies that will help you with the Project Capacity Management for your Project Management Office (PMO)

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Best practices of resource capacity management in your PMO

Learn about the 6 key practices of PMO resource capacity management for your Project Management Office (PMO)………….

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PMO managing resources

What to look for in a good resource manager for your PMO

A guide to what to look for in a good resource manager for your PMO. Very important to giving your projects the best chance of success.

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Choosing the right resource capacity management software for your PMO

A guide to PMO Capacity Management software. How it can help optimise the use of resources and different packages that are available.

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Agile Budgeting: Sprint Budget and Costs

Overview of the 6 steps involved in Agile Budgeting so that you can calculate your Sprint Budgets and Costs.

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How to create a project WBS

How to create a project work breakdown structure (WBS)

Definition The project work breakdown structure (WBS) does exactly as it says on the tin. A large project is broken down into smaller deliverables or milestones, allowing them to be evaluated and assigned to teams or individuals more easily. Why it is used There are many benefits to breaking a project down into smaller, more…

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Overview of critical path method for project management

Overview of Critical Path Method (CPM) in project management

One of the most important concepts in Project Management, the Critical Path Method (CPM) can be traced back to the Manhattan Project in the 1940’s. The size and importance of this project meant that there was great pressure to deliver results on time. CPM was devised as a result of this. What is CPM? CPM…

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planning a project

Why you should not plan your projects on 8-hours days!

One of the early tasks within any project is to construct a project plan.  The plan should inform how long the project will take, how many resources are required and ultimately the cost of the project. This is important as it means the sponsor should then be able to make an informed decision if the…

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