When I worked in consulting, the partner involved in many of my projects always said,
“Plan the work. Work the plan.”
“plan the work, work the plan.”
- Key objectives
- Identified customers (beneficiaries of the end result and users within the workflow)
- Essential project activities and dependencies
- Who is responsible for doing what
- Relevant, meaningful metrics
- Identified outcome – how will you know when the team has achieved success?
Endpoint). There are various project approaches to take. Many of these were discussed in a previous post:
HITECH Timelines – Project Management Considerations.
C: drive or on your desk, then you just wasted a lot of time putting it together. A working plan needs to:
It is a harmonious cycle of action:
- Plan the work
- When the plan is done, begin work – full speed ahead!
- As the work is done and new things are learned, re-plan (update) the work plan
- Continue the work
- Do. Repeat. Do. Repeat. Do. Success!
So, keep a good attitude. Keep doing the good work.
citizen-patients in the middle and delivering higher quality results and interaction.
works, and it will move your projects