We’ll share how you can sharpen your PM axe more effectively.
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As a project manager (PM), you likely live by the wisdom in the expression, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I’ll spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
But most of today’s PM tools force the user to jump right into defining tasks, skipping over essential things like resources, stakeholders, and other elements required for a successful project outcome.
In this session, we’ll share how you can sharpen your PM axe more effectively by:
- Establishing a process that allows for valuable thinking and discussion before defining tasks and actions.
- Using advanced “mind mapping” software as a tool to support a seamless path from ideation all the way to a robust project plan.
- Exploring practical approaches for managing and visualising all your project-related information.
About the speaker
Nick Duffill is the principal at Harport Consulting, a business consultancy based in Scotland. With over 40 years of experience in a range of business areas, including weaving, robotics, factory automation, IT and compliance, Nick specializes in project management and information management.
Since the late 1990s, Nick has focused on the application of mind mapping software as a business and project management tool and has developed dozens of products and solutions for clients. He was technical editor for Wiley’s “MindManager® for Dummies” book and regularly presents webinars on Corel’s MindManager product.
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