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Your Guide to Resource Management in Microsoft Project
Using Microsoft Project’s powerful features such as resource planning, scheduling and tracking help teams save time by streamlining tedious tasks that would normally take longer when managed manually.
Why You Should Use the Rice Framework in Project Management
RICE is an acronym that stands for Reach, Impact, Confidence and Effort in project management. It is a tool used to prioritize projects based on their potential value to the organization.
The Five Essential Phases of Project Management
The five phases of project management are the foundation for successful project completion. The five phases include initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing.
Everything You Need to Know About TCPI in Project Management
TCPI is a tool that project managers can use to help them assess the health of their projects — measuring progress to goals.
What Is ITTO in Project Management (And How You Can Leverage It)
The term ITTO stands for Inputs, Tools, Techniques, and Outputs. In project management, ITTO is a tool used to help identify what resources are needed to complete a task or deliverable.
What Is a Hammock Task in Project Management?
A hammock task is a type of to-do list item that can be accomplished in a short period of time. This type of task is often low priority and used to break up larger projects into smaller, more manageable chunks.