By definition, a more efficient project is going to be a better one. A more efficient project is going to have cleaner results. Happier clients and employees. A better bottom line. So why is it that a lot of projects end up feeling like they are mired in mud?
Well, it may just be that the project manager hasn’t had enough experience to know what some overall best practices are, or perhaps hasn’t looked through all of the possible ways to improve overall structuring. Five are included below, and involve project and portfolio management, making goals more manageable, keeping the right work to break ration, reducing managers and meetings, and going mobile when applicable. [Read more…]