There are no alternatives to Gantt charts – that’s why they are still around, everywhere, after 100 years. Resistance is futile. I was sent this by a friend of mine just now… http://www.projectmanager.com/4-alternatives-to-gantt-charts.php?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=linkedin Interesting article, but he’s wrong of course. His first alternative to a Gantt chart is to use a spreadsheet to produce it. […]
In order to reduce or just control your costs you’ll need to start with knowing what they are. This sounds easy, but actually there are certain important things that are often not measured. Here’s a practical list to help you: WHAT YOU NEED TO MEASURE MONEY A Pareto Analysis of where the money is being […]
A story which illustrates many of the key points of negotiation, including: trading, setting your limit, opening offers, fear of being laughed at, and not using round numbers.
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