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Advice on project management

Firstly though, some introductory advice on project management. The UK’s Chartered Management Institute has produced a common sense checklist of advice:

  • View a project as an opportunity to enhance your knowledge and career;
  • Keep your priorities under regular review;
  • Say “no” when necessary;
  • Ask for help when needed;
  • Don’t agree to anything which is impossible (remember nothing is impossible for the person who doesn’t have to do it);
  • Don’t push yourself too far or work unreasonably long hours, even if you feel energised;
  • Don’t get so involved in the project that you forget your day job;
  • Don’t try to hide any problems.

What to do next? Start with our project management model to provide you with an initial framework for your projects.

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