How To Build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) For Your Project Using Microsoft Word

How To Build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) For Your Project Using Microsoft Word

Learn a 4-step process to build a well-structured Work Breakdown Structure — or WBS — for your project… which can enable project teams to keep better track of critical project deliverables, reduce or eliminate any misconceptions about any specific project deliverables, and feel confident about where to start and how to tackle a large or complex project.

Working With Tasks and Milestones In Your Project Schedule

Working With Tasks and Milestones In Your Project Schedule

Learn 4 scheduling best practices that you can follow to create an organized, well-structured project schedule… which can enable you to keep better track of important deliverables and activities that are needed for your project, provide more clarity to your project team members about the tasks that are listed in your project schedule, and more accurately track your team’s progress on the tasks in your project… and predict earlier if things are running behind schedule.

6 Types of Information You Should Track For a Project

6 Types of Information You Should Track For a Project

Learn about 6 types of information that you should track for every project, regardless of size or complexity, enabling you to have a clear understanding of project deliverables, deal with fewer scheduling conflicts and work gaps, keep better track of project deliverables and work, identify and resolve Issues quickly, and deliver end product that meets customer expectations.

How To Get the Right Project Management Job For You

How To Get the Right Project Management Job For You

Learn about three steps that you can take to find the Project Management job that is best suited to meet your needs. If you invest some time into this process, then you may be able to abandon your job search… and the best Project Management jobs will come to you, rather than you investing a ton of time and money seeking them out. This will not happen overnight, but if you stick to this process, then it will enable you to stop wasting your time and money running in circles and find the best work for you.

Is It a Task or a Project?

Is It a Task or a Project?

Learn about four steps that you can take to determine if a job is a task, that you should simply complete, or a project, which you should plan and manage. Following these steps helps you to prevent jumping ‘feet first’ without planning the work, enabling you to meet any deadlines that you’re given by your customer, adhere to any budgets that you’re given by your customer, produce an end product that meets your customers’ needs, and improve the overall experience of everyone involved in the project.