As an executive, why should I expend my valuable time learning the details of project and resource planning?
Executives play significant roles in the effective and efficient management of projects, even though they have delegated the day-to-day management to subordinates. Their primary responsibilities lie in making sure that each project has a thorough understanding of their objectives, are properly structured and disciplined in their management, have a good plan for success, and are properly and adequately staffed and equipped with the necessary resources to meet all of their objectives. Can an executive determine if the resource planning provided them by the project is thorough and accurate, or if they have a plan for success? They cannot answer these questions without a detailed understanding of how thorough and accurate time and resource planning is accomplished.
- I don have the time or the budget for my project team to learn complicated software. What kind of learning curve are we talking about with RiskTrak™?
- As an executive, why should I expend my valuable time learning the details of project and resource planning?
- Does the BCSC resource cover all the Planning 10: Finances learning outcomes?