Tag Archives: small project

Communication on Small Projects

Filed under Communication | Posted by PMStudent

In the July 2007 edition of PM Network magazine, the cover story is entitled “Small Projects, Big Results”. What a great edition of this magazine, especially the Point/Counter-Point Article featuring yours truly. 🙂 Anyway, back to the small projects piece. It speaks to the importance of doing sufficient planning even on small projects. I personally […]

It Was An Itsy Bitsy, Teeny Weeny……

Filed under Misc | Posted by PMStudent

Finding the right balance of documentation and methodology can be challenging on small projects. Here are some tips. I have been managing small projects for some time now. Some of my project are really tiny, I’m talking about 8 hours of work max. Others can be 2 week or month-long projects. Some span several months, […]

PMI Member Forum Response- Critical Chain

Filed under Critical Chain | Posted by PMStudent

I responded to a question on the PMI member forums that I wanted to share: Subject: Critical Chain Project Management Does anyone have experience with this PM approach/toolset. I have run across some people proclaiming it as the savior of project management (unfortunately, the biggest proponent I met seemed to think that a Project Plan […]

12/31/2006 – Maiden Post

Filed under Grab Bag | Posted by PMStudent

Hello, my name is Josh Nankivel. I’m creating this blog as a way for me to formulate and refine my thoughts about project management and process improvement. Hopefully it will help my writing and make me more articulate and clear. To start with, here’s a little about me. I’m in school now majoring in project […]