Common Project Problems!

KnowledgeWoods Consulting conducted a webinar on Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015, 4:30 PM IST.

In today’s competitive business world, every project have threats and its own challenges. Therefore, every project manager(s) / leaders and even project staff member(s) carry equivalent responsibilities to act like sensors and smart enough to communicate  or take corrective action accordingly so as to avoid any foreseen risks that may incur losses to their project(s). Most of the problems can be recognized and are even predictable. While assessing any project(s), it always recommended to stay honest and must have unbiased approach so that problems & changes can be handled skillfully and communicated fairly to all stakeholders including the client(s).

There are few indicators which may give an idea the approaching problems like :-

  • Project(s) start date(s) are not yet finalized( i.e. in floating state),
  • When you have to do lot and time is remaining less
  • When Project reports are many but lacks effective communication to stakeholder(s)
  • In Hurry-Up Mode, considering trade-offs in the project(s) due to other business priorities
  • If Key person QUITS!
           And more…….

Having said there are more such indicators which exists in every project(s), our expert will be sharing more such instances and ways to overcome such circumstances. To gain better insights on this conception, We are conducting this webinar will help you to increase your knowledge and also leverage on the presenter’s industry experience at the fullest by participating in Q & A  round at the end of the webinar.

Key Takeaways

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  • Ways to identify key problem indicators and taking necessary steps to avoid project failures
  • What to do when you have great people who don’t know what they’re doing
  • How to manage the changes in the ongoing project(s).
  • How to control the cost

Who should attend this Webinar:

Software Developer/Engineer |  Project Manager | Project Staff / Team Leader  | Business Analyst | Consultant | Functional Manager | Software Professional | Project Planner | Delivery Leader/Manager | Project Director | Manager / Head Information Technology | Program Manager | Civil Engineer | Research & Development Professional | PMP® Certification Examination Applicant


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