edrms business case

Key tips for building an EDRMS business case

There are some great reference sources out there which contain useful information on EDRMS Business Case building. Here are my EDRMS business case key tips.

My previous blog posts on business case writing generally have covered some of these areas. The key is to understand those things that are more important and relevant for your EDRMS/ECMs implementation.

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Change management is of no value

Change management is of no value – is that true? I know as a PM that you see change managers as a burden on your project.  I know that you see that they are additional cost and resourcing that you don’t really need on your project. You don’t really get what this ‘change management’ is really about which is why you don’t see the value in it.

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4 keywords for effective teamwork

What 4 keywords for effective teamwork would you consider the most important?  Have you stopped to think about the important aspects that do make up effective teamwork?  Here is what one National Hockey League coach in the USA has as his top for keywords.

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Soliciting requirements from an SME

When soliciting requirements from an SME or Subject Matter Expert, what is the most important information that you need to capture and how do you know that you have captured it? What would your response to this question be?

Preparing risk mitigation strategies

It is important when preparing risk mitigation strategies that you prepare for ANY eventuality.  Project Managers tend to not want to highlight these eventualities, because they feel that the more risks they have the more work for them.

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Project Manager or Project Leader?

“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.” —Lao Tzu 

What an interesting quote this is if you consider it in terms of the concept of what a Project Leader might be like.

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How to identify risks

What is risk management?  It is an interesting question. You start with the understanding of how to identify risks and then work towards documenting them and development of a mitigation strategy.

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