A Picture Is Worth a Million Meetings

By MaryGrace Allenchey, PMP

Project and Program Managers are continuously seeking comprehensive yet expedient tools and techniques to successfully manage their enterprise’s portfolio of projects and programs.

Project and Program Management (PM) processes, methods and procedures must SIMULTANEOUSLY comply with PM best practices, maximize PM Vitamin C6® for all stakeholders and minimize time and cost!

The typical array of PM textual tools and techniques, frequently result in misunderstanding of the documents, by the various project or program stakeholders: the client, the customer, the end-user, management, vendors and even the implementation team.

And throughout the project or program lifecycle, the project or program manager may be continuously challenged by stakeholders exasperated statements:… “My understanding was…”, “I thought it meant…”, “I assumed it would…”, “My expectations are…”… and the list of goes on! Learn More »

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