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New Post 5/14/2012 2:38 AM
User is offline Anita
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Project Management Business Process Quick Reference Guides 

I am looking for suggestions on setting up a template for "Quick Reference Guide" for project management business processes.  Any thoughts or suggestions?

 
New Post 11/20/2012 1:44 PM
User is offline Tony Markos
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Here is are the essential Project Management processes:

DECOMPOSE THE SYSTEM INTO SMALL EQUAL SIZE PIECES

Based upon the above:

*  Multiply the pieces out to come up with time estimates

*  Use the pieces to come up with properly scoped projects

Then do all the other details of project management.

 

 
New Post 3/20/2013 4:33 AM
User is offline PhoebeField
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Re: Project Management Business Process Quick Reference Guides 

Can you please help me with Business Process Reengineering advice and getting optimal solution.

 
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