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Output, outcome and benefits of a project: what are the differences?

Output, outcome and benefits are all terms related to project management. They are key to make a project successful and should be understood and shared among the project management team. This post explains what the terms mean, how they are related and how they differ.
Date: 25/08/2020| Category: FAQ| Tags: ,

Project management should fit the organisation’s maturity

Project management is not a one-size-fits-all solutions, there are different skill-levels between employees and the organisational's maturity needs to be taken into account. Read on to learn what Shana Coenen says about Project Management at the Federal Public Service Finance.
Date: 18/08/2020| Category: Tips and interviews| Tags: ,

Who is the Team Leader and who is the Team Manager? The roles and responsibilities

The Team Manager and Team Leader role are very much alike, but not completely. What are the differences? Also important, what are the responsibilities of both the roles? Read on and find out!
Date: 07/07/2020| Category: Best Practices Glossary| Tags: ,

How to write a PID (Project Initiation Documentation)?

The PID is an essential document for PRINCE2 and for project management in general. It bundles together the necessary documents to start the project on a solid basis and is used as a reference point throughout the project. Learn more about the PID (Project Initiation Documentation) and how to write it.
Date: 14/01/2020| Category: FAQ| Tags:


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