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A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

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A project is a group of related activities leading to a particular goal. Project management ensure the completion of the project on time, in full and within budget.
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A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

At webBRIEFCASE, we love describing processes, and would be more than happy to put one together at your request (FREE). Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com.

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A process defines a set of steps to follow in order to do something from making a cup of tea, to developing a website. Processes can be used to define projects.

At webBRIEFCASE, we love describing processes, and would be more than happy to put one together at your request (FREE). Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com.

Some project managers achieve success by ensuring project staff are fully aware of their daily priorities. This is necessary only for those team members who are not pro-active, or are busy.
| Clear down your Inbox | Provide the project team a daily task report | Ensure all tasks are assigned | Deal will resource over-allocation | Ensure no tasks or section show ? for duration | Remove all items marked red |

Projects are very likely to change at some point in theit lifecycle. Changes should be evaluated at a very high level as significant or insignificant. Significant changes should be raised using a formal project change process, and the impact on the project assessed. The impact may include a need for requesting more resources: e.g. cash, people, time, etc. 
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Agile project management is becoming more popular. With agile, the customer is involved earlier and more frequently than with waterfall methods, ensuring any necessary changes in the design and therefore, implementation - are identified earlier. This can make a project more likely to succeed.
| Manage a scrum project |

| Produce a BOSCARD |

A project has reached a point where it is ready to move to the next stage, e.g. from build to quality assurance (QA) phase. The properties and products of the project will need to be reviewed by a committee who will then approve / reject the request to progress through the stage boundary. Any incomplete items have an inherent risk which should be discussed and either accepted or rejected.



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