If you’ve got some projects which can be moved and some which can’t, it makes sense to plan first for the un-moveable ones, and see how many people you need for those. That’s a given, it’s fixed. Then you know how many people you have left, for the moveable ones, so you can work out […]
Explained here: A closer look at the Gantt of Gantts from Managing Resources Across Project Teams by Chris Croft
How do you know if you can do all of the projects you want to do? And what if they require different types of people? Here’s a way you can think about it…. A visual way from Managing Resources Across Project Teams by Chris Croft
You are thinking about how long a task will take, and what to tell your boss or customer…. Should you add a nice big safety margin so you definitely won’t let them down? What if they are less likely to accept this estimate? Generating realistic estimates from Project Management: Solving Common Project Problems by Chris […]
This is a much more tricky question that it first appears – and very expensive if you get it wrong – as explained in this video. Discovering hidden overspends from Project Management: Solving Common Project Problems by Chris Croft So now you know….