Team charter

A Team Charter is a brief written document used to define the mission and objectives of the team. The charter typically includes a statement of mission, objectives or statement of work; background; authority, boundary conditions (scope, constraints, resources, and schedule); membership; high-level requirements or specifications, and interface responsibilities.

Team Building and employee motivation techniques

One of the most important steps of a project is to carefully choose the team. This is not an easy job to do, because it requires a lot of objectivity and you must keep in mind the goal of the project and not the sympathy for certain persons. Before choosing the team you must think what kind of specialists you need exactly and this is the main thing you must consider when you choose the members: their specialty and your need for it.

Most of the times, having to choose a team means forgetting about sympathies and friendship and doing the right thing for the sake of the project. And because team building means more than just choosing a team, and also growing it and educating it, this also represents forgetting about yourself sometimes, especially when you’re the Project Manager or the responsible person for the success of the project.

Most important steps for a successful project

How many times have you heard about or been involved in a project that failed miserably? Or perhaps it just was not as successful as it needed to be. Did you ever spend time looking back to see what caused the project to go wrong. Next you have a few tips to help you understand what it takes to build a successfull project.

First of all you must know exactly what’s your project about. You must discuss it with your team(if you have any) and you must agree precise specifications for it. You cannot start working until you have a well-defined idea in your mind.

Steering committee

A Steering Committee is a group of high-level stakeholders who are responsible for providing guidance on overall strategic direction. They are usually composed of the decision makers in a company.

Stakeholder

Stakeholders are the specific people or groups who have a stake, or an interest, in the outcome of the project. Normally stakeholders are from within the company, and could include internal clients, management, employees, administrators… etc

Sponsor

The project sponsor is the executive who manages, administers, monitors, funds, and is responsible for the overall project delivery. The sponsor may be owner, financier, client… or their delegate.

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Why you need to review sample mission statements

Reviewing sample mission statements from project management books or from past successful projects is an excellent method of learning how to write a mission statement. It also helps you understand more than just trying to answer the questions what, for whom and how.

A mission statement is about conveying the ethos of your organization, business or team in a concise, referable manner so that not only can you branch out your project specifications from that statement but you can also outline value statements that team members are expected to uphold during the project life cycle.

What is the s-Curve in a project ?

The S Curve is a well known project management tool and it consists in “a display of cumulative costs, labour hours or other quantities plotted against time”.The name derives from the S-like shape of the curve, flatter at the beginning and end and steeper in the middle, because this is the way most of the projects look like.

The S curve can be considered as an indicator and it’s used for many applications related to project management such as: target, baseline, cost, time etc. That’s why there is a variety of S Curves such as:
-Cost versus Time S Curve;(appropriate for projects that contain labour and non-labour tasks).