Town meetings, traditionally, are gatherings that involve the whole population of a given area. The public is invited to partake in the meeting whether to discuss administrative or political agendas. The purpose is to acquire certain community feedbacks or suggestions on policies that is vital for the local government officials to better serve its constituents.
Entries from December 2007
December 29th, 2007 · 469 Comments
December 27th, 2007 · 964 Comments
When you are on a project that needs publicity, there are a lot of project communications options today. Donâ€™t forget to consider newspapers. You may actually have a community of stakeholders who you can best reach through this medium.
December 26th, 2007 · 48 Comments
On December 11, 2007, PMConnection announced the introduction of “The Project Management Search Engineâ€ product. This is a wonderful idea, and is true to the name and mission of â€œPMConnectionâ€. Here are my thoughts on what practical innovation and usefulness it brings to the table.
December 20th, 2007 · 314 Comments
There are lots of opinions on delegating. There is no one right answer to when it best to delegate, but there are some key considerations. Here are 7 key considerations for determining whether or not to delegate a task.
Tags: Soft Skills
December 19th, 2007 · 210 Comments
RSS feeds are an important component of project communication online, albeit indirectly. They are highly valued commodity, depending on what they can offer and who wants them. They are also one of the fastest growing methods used online to reach a wider audience. In terms of the distribution of information, RSS feeds can also be quite reliable, capable of being used to focus on a highly targeted segment of the market. Hence, they can also be valuable to automatically bringing information INTO the project that is highly relevant to the team and stakeholders.
December 18th, 2007 · 34 Comments
How important are interviews to [tag-ice]project management[/tag-ice]? Suffice it to say that the success (and failure) of many projects rests on how well some interviews are conducted. Much responsibility rides on the shoulders of the person using this tool of [tag-tec]project communication and assessment[/tag-tec]. Interviews, used in the right manner, can reveal the right candidate for a project and verify elements regarding procedures and practices involved.
December 13th, 2007 · 646 Comments
Youâ€™ve heard the term white paper somewhere before but you donâ€™t know what it is. It would surprise you to know that white paper, as simple as it sounds, has an effect on the very country you reside in. There are a lot of popular white papers written over the years â€“ particularly in government policies that affect the lives of many people. Nowadays, white paper is being used commercially by businesses all over the world. The purpose is to give detailed information on certain problems that their product can solve.
December 12th, 2007 · 290 Comments
MPMM â€“ Method123 Project Management Methodology offers a very comprehensive suite of project management templates and more for implementing best practices â€“ derived from PMBOK and PRINCE2 – within an organization.
December 12th, 2007 · 951 Comments
Without Instant Messaging, the use of the internet and broadband technology would be greatly under valued. Thanks to this method of communication, contact between individuals using the internet may be conducted in real time, regardless of their location. Without Instant Messaging, it wouldnâ€™t be impossible for someone in Calcutta to communicate with someone in Prague and talk business, close deals, handle project management issues, discuss personal issues, even gossip.
December 11th, 2007 · 1,355 Comments
There are 3 basic types of Project Management Office (PMO) organizations. They vary in the degree of control and influence they have on projects within the organization.