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Successful Project Management

Successful Project Management



Successful Project Management

Successful Project Management
9 Steps to Project Success
Tips to Avoid Failure



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    • Successful ProjectManagement Hussein Hallak
    • Reality Checkonly 32% of projects are successful 44% challenged 24% Fail
    • If you don’t plan for success...
    • youguaranty failure!
    • “The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary” Vince Lombardi
    • 9 Steps To ProjectSuccess
    • ask openQuestions lots of them
    • Set Goals to aim for
    • break goals to SMART Objectives Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time Bound
    • Definesuccess & failure
    • build a great Team Passion Skills Mindset Results
    • clearly define Roles &Response- abilities
    • Breakdownthe elements of the project
    • measure, analyze, & adapt Performance
    • Verify & Close
    • Tips to AvoidFailure
    • don’tover Plan
    • don’t leave it for chance
    • utilizeTechnology
    • the latestTechnology
    • be open forNew Things
    • work withThe Very Best
    • plan & wisely allocateResources!
    • avoid workoverload
    • Your team is always looking up to you to learn from yourthoughts, words, & actions. You are their role model; Act Like One”
    • build lastingRelationships
    • Communicate to inform
    • this will notgive Results
    • Communicate to engage
    • Write It Down
    • Communicate to understand
    • “Failure to define what is part of the project, as well as what is not, mayresult in work being performed that was unnecessary to create the product of the project and thus lead to both schedule and budget overruns.” Olde Curmudgeon
    • Initiation Planning ExecutingMonitoring | Controlling Closing Closing wise Use of Time
    • remember theFundamentals
    • expect & plan for Change
    • sometimes NO is theBest Answer
    • Celebrate success
    • Learn & Grow“The largest room in the world is the room for self development” TenStep.com Google.com ProjectSmart.co.uk Wikipedia.com
    • Take Action “A little knowledge activated is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle” Khalil Gibran
    • Hussein Hallak www.husseinhallak.com