Excellent project management knowhow is the best foundation for excellent project results. In an ever more competitive and global business environment, successful projects and thus, successful project management, are getting increasingly critical for overall business success.
What do we need in order to get successful projects?
"The best project management tools – that's all we need to be successful with our projects." This is what we frequently hear in our project management seminars, workshops, or in coaching sessions. When asking the clarifying question "how do you define the term 'tools'?" we often get the answer: "Well, that's software, templates, and checklists, isn't it?"
We think that these things are definitely part of the picture. For successful projects we do need good project management software, templates, or checklists. On this web site, you will find some of them, or helpful links.
But this is only part of a bigger picture. We ask and follow up on two key questions:
How can we find the right projects?
How can we do our projects right?
On this web site, we give our answers to these questions in form of a practical approach. It is a structured compilation of the project management knowhow we found in literature, in our own project management practice, and in countless discussions in project management trainings, seminars, workshops, consulting, or coaching sessions.
We follow the classical approach, take care of the second question first, and present our view of
Second and coming back to the first question, we develop our understanding of
From there, we explore aspects of
Finally, we offer
Our ideas of project management knowhow work well in most real life
projects. But every project is different. What we present here is open
for discussion. If you want to share your own best practices, an
interesting anecdote, or in case you have a different opinion, we invite
you to send us your contribution: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We structure this site into three major groups:
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