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Tracking Risk in Project Management


When you are planning and strategizing for your project you might think of considering risks as unnecessary. Tracking risk in project management is a reality. You must know all types of risks that your project is exposed to in order to be ready with a plan B or alternative path when the primary approach doesn’t seem to be working. Remember, …

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Identifying the Critical Path in a Complex Project

Understanding the Critical Path Critical Path Management (CPM) is an effective and almost an indispensable project management tool for any organization. The Project Management Body of Knowledge, the PMBOK, defines critical path as “the sequence of schedule activities that determines the duration of the project.” That means, if any activity / task of the project in that sequence is delayed …

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