Having the right tools is essential for success. These tools are of use to both novice and experienced project managers
Jeffrey S. Harding, CH2M Hill
Have you ever heard someone say, “The job is a lot easier if you have the right tools?” Having the right tools is critical to the success of craftsmen, such as carpenters, electricians, plumbers and the like. The same holds true for managing projects. Initiating a project raises many questions (such as: What will we do? How will we do it? Who will do it? How much will it cost? When will we do it?). Using the right tools can help you arrive at answers to these questions and be successful on your projects. While this article is directed to the novice or part-time project engineer or project manager who is involved in small capital projects at the plant level, many of the concepts are equally applicable to all levels of expertise....
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