Improve Outcomes: “Fitting Program Leader® In” to your Work and Workplace: Part 2

This post discusses how PMBOK* Cost Management is implemented in Program Leader. Following the text is a decision chart used as the design foundation of financials in Program Leader. It’s shown to illustrate the formality inherent in the offering. First, the project manager documents the budget for all scope items and provides allowances for estimating error,…

Improve Outcomes: “Fitting Program Leader® In” to your Work and Workplace: Part 1

This post gives project and program managers direction to: improve client’s satisfaction of your project communication such that you become their most favored contractor, Improve motivation of project resources by improving the precision and clarity of their tasks, and a way to monitor and control them. This Post is organized along PMBOK standards* which are recognized as…

Program Leader®: KEY FEATURES aimed at your PRODUCTIVITY

It is ready to operate without your configuration. Task, budget, cost, and performance metric reports are pre-written to meet the needs of a project and program manager responsible for one or many projects. Allows display all of someone’s direct and indirect task assignments. This provides a complete agenda forinteraction. Reports tasks on two lines, allowing…

Task Management Improves Project Leadership

A project is about many things. The Construction Industry Institute®, in its Pre-Project Planning Handbook, starts off stating that making decisions is what a project is about. The project manager’s role is to lead the implementation of decisions. This is where Program Leader® contributes – it constitutes task creation’s documentation step as recommended in Spencer…

Strategic Benefits

So, how can Program Leader help the user strategically? Here are six ways – There is almost nothing better for a project than productive, confidence-building status meetings with clients. Program Leader’s four-part client report consistently has set the atmosphere for the most productive meetings I have ever led. It works along the lines of the…