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Identifying and addressing common project challenges

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Over the years, I have formulated a theory of projects. The goal of telling you about this is to try to help you improve the success of your projects. By understanding projects and their components …

Over the years, I have formulated a theory of projects. The goal of telling you about this is to try to help you improve the success of your projects. By understanding projects and their components (strategy, tactics, and measurement), and by applying the framework I will share, you can better identify and address these project challenges.

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  • Also, I naturally add things before and after the project:
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    • 1. Identifying and addressing common project challenges
    • 2. Agenda
      What is a project?
      The role of strategy, tactics, and measurement
      What makes a good project
      A framework for identifying the 6 major project challenges
      Solutions for the 6 major project challenges
    • 3. What is a project?
    • 4. Projects vs. operations
      Projects are not ongoing
      Projects improve operations
      Operations has metrics, not projects.
    • 5. Projects improve operations
      8%
      Operations
      Project
      4%
      Operations
      Strategy + Tactics
    • 6. Project components
      Strategy
      Tactics
      Measurement
    • 7. Strategy
      A strategy is a framework to establish and evaluate tactics with regard to a goal of improving operations.
    • 8. Tactics
      Tactics use best practices and strategic direction to improve operations.
    • 9. Measurement
      Project metrics vs. strategic metrics
    • 10. Projects vs. strategy, tactics, and measurement
      Strategy
      Metrics
      Tactics
    • 11. Projects vs. strategy, tactics, and measurement
      Project
      Project
      Project
      Strategy
      Metrics
      Tactics
    • 12. Projects vs. strategy, tactics, and measurement
      Project
      Strategy
      Metrics
      Tactics
    • 13. Projects vs. strategy, tactics, and measurement
      Project
      Project
      Project
    • 14. Projects vs. strategy, tactics, and measurement
    • 15. The good project
      Good action is choosing the mean between extreme.
      Projects are acting.
      Good projects exhibit the mean between extremes.
      Projects are composed of strategy, tactics, and measurement
      A good project has the proper amount of each.
    • 16. Framework
    • 17. The good project—storytelling
      Narrative structure (beginning, middle, and end)
      Pace (reliable plot development)
      Duration (not too long or too short)
    • 18. Framework
    • 19. Framework
    • 20. Framework
    • 21. Framework
    • 22. Framework
    • 23. Framework
    • 24. Framework
    • 25. Conclusion

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