Recently, we covered the effective tips for gathering functional requirements of a project on our blog and in this week we are going to present some useful tips to track changes in a project. Changes that are likely to occur in your gathered requirements in later stages of the project.
There are many methods available over the world to develop a budget for a project but PMI in their Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) has amazingly summarized all possible budgeting techniques that can be applied for any size/type of project.
According to PMBOK, following approaches can be used to estimate your budget:
We keep discussing Communications at PMGeeks as part of an important element of project management, but this time have come up with some useful tips for virtual projects that will actually help you to communicate effectively while managing.
Think Win Win is a Habit # 4 explained by Stephen Covey in his extraordinary book called 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Just for those who unfortunately do not know about this book, 7 habits of Highly Effective People is a self-improvement book in which, you will find the way we see the world is entirely based on our own perceptions. In order to change the situation, we must change ourselves, and for that we must need to change our perceptions. This book will actually help you to work on 7 habits that will ensure you a success in any path of your life.