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"Defining Projects to Achieve Measurable Goals"

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Project Management: Defining Projects to Achieve Measurable Goals

Most projects are defined and assigned by higher management to support the overall Vision and Mission of the enterprise. However, the usable, measurable definition of the Objectives and Goals of each project are best done by the people who will allocate the resources and do the work.

In this session, Gerry Reid presents his powerful question-based model that will help you 

  • 1) define Goals and Objectives, 
  • 2) obtain project member buy-in, 
  • 3) determine outcomes, 
  • 4) find solutions, 
  • 5) estimate effort, 
  • 6) analyze cost versus function and time, 
  • 7) allocate resources, 
  • 8) establish measurable goals,
  • 9) monitor and adjust progress toward objectives.

(Note: Aligning Projects with Corporate Vision is an ideal, but not mandatory, prerequisite to this session)

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