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57086 22 comic_relief

  1. 1. 2257086Contract and Project ManagementDavid Sowden, The University of Hull
  2. 2. 2257086Contract and Project ManagementComic relief - DilbertScott AdamsDavid Sowden, The University of Hull
  3. 3. Dilbert - Why projects fail<iframe width="960" height="720" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/52yjQEEdnso" frameborder="0"allowfullscreen></iframe> IAG Consulting: Reasons Project Fail<iframe width="1280" height="720" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/4a4ZxOAQifE" frameborder="0"allowfullscreen></iframe> 3 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  4. 4. A first step in project management is proper planning,which starts by selecting a good acronym 4 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  5. 5. The next step is to properly establish estimates for theprimary activities in the project plan 5 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  6. 6. Of course, the most important resource allocation is theproject manager, so you must choose wisely: 6 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  7. 7. Finalising the delivery date can involve some trickymaths, it’s much easier to just add more resources: 7 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  8. 8. However if simply adding additional resources won’thelp, there is always an alternative approach: 8 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  9. 9. Once it becomes impossible to meet the project’scarefully determined deadline, you know what must bedone: 9 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com
  10. 10. But fear not, your project can be brought to a gracefulconclusion following this standard best practice: 10 ref: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality by Jim Harris and dilbert.com

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