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A Project Manager’s Checklist for Securing Information and Data Protection

Published on Sep 16th, 2017 by

A Project Manager’s Checklist for Securing Information and Data Protection

Here’s a checklist of things that will help you keep a confidential project within the safe borders of your team or company.

  1. Train your people
  2. Make confidentiality a topic
  3. Talk with your HR department, create awareness
  4. Tailor your briefing material

Here I explain each item in detail.

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Scanning your PM Landscape

Published on Mar 4th, 2011 by

Scanning your PM Landscape
Working as a PM you’re often confronted with new companies, new management and new people to manage.

To get up to speed comfortably as a PM in a new environment it’s essential to get to know the people you’re working with.

I like doing interviews with people when I arrive in a new company. Just talks where I try to ask the right questions. I’ve done this in several companies now and it’s surprising to see how much you can learn in early stages. The interviews are casual but planned and I take my time to prepare them. I try to do them as soon as possible.

I’ve kept a log of questions that offered interesting answers and want to share them with you, they’re in random order.

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Three Neglected Truths in a Project Hand Over

Published on Oct 8th, 2010 by

Three Neglected Truths in a Project Hand Over

You can be pretty confident that the benefit of not switching a PM will outweigh the impact it has on the project. If you’re program management or an executive my formal advice to you is to keep a PM on board and on the same project until a project is finished.

The only real exception on this is a case where the project manager gets “burned” (loses the client’s trust) or when he/she lost the support of the project team.

Why does this have such impact, why is it so hard to pick up where someone else leaves off?

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