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Share This: What are the high-level things you need to get to grips with when raising and running a project? If you’ve asked yourself this question then the 3P’s project management model cheat sheet is for you. This ‘crib sheet’ will give you a quick list of items to discuss, agree and detail/document in order to […]

Share This: Pete Wilson discusses why ‘Scope Creep’ has a bad rep, and why it shouldn’t. Amongst Project Managers and business stakeholders alike, so-called ‘Scope-Creep’ has a bad reputation.  But why? Probably because in many cases changes to project scope are unforeseen and unplanned.    Which is odd, because given that the pace business change is speeding […]

Share This: Background I have written previously about how useful a RACIS chart is when defining and agreeing roles and responsibilities. In the relatively short term change initiative environment it’s essential that the team and the business know what their responsible . RACIS Chart The chart is an essential governance tool and seeks to capture the various […]

Share This: Successful large scale organisational change demands excellent governance – part of which means understanding the difference between a Programme & a Project Organisations generally get hung up on whether or not a specific change initiative is defined as a project or as a programme. Whilst there are important and notable differences the specific […]

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