In this post I discuss three key benefits of using a project start checklist and why you should use one.
This is my annual list of cool things I learned in 2020 including quotes, insights, fun facts, and key lessons.
Training and onboarding new team members is challenging. There is a lot involved and it is easy to leave out important steps. When you onboard an employee, you want to train them methodically and give them the tools to be successful. To be purposeful in training and to ensure I don't forget any critical steps, I've created this checklist to guide our onboarding process.
My annual list of favorite books read for 2020. Several great books on business, self-help, and fiction made the list.
Do you find it hard to organize project files and quickly find what you need? It can be frustrating and time consuming to search through folders trying to find project files right when you need them. This is due to a lack of consistency in naming project folders and storing files. The solution is to use a standardized project folder structure.
In November and December I start the process of goal setting for the new year. Here are some goal setting ideas and prompts that you may find useful.
The ability to clearly explain a problem is an invaluable skill. If we want to get good answers and keep our projects on schedule, our questions must be clear and easy to understand.
Inspired by The Checklist Manifesto, I developed this checklist for processing an RFI. I've included a free template you can download.
This is my guide on how to write an RFI. The key points to remember are to be clear, be concise, and be correct.
Instead of maintaining two sites, I've decided to migrate the articles from my project management blog to this site. If you're a subscriber, you will see several posts that are not book summaries during this transition. I will continue posting a new book summary every two weeks. The next summaries include Outliers, Benjamin Franklin, Banish … Continue reading Upcoming Site Plans