your mission is to drain the swamp,
it is not to harvest alligators.
Alligator wrestlers love the tough skin,
sharp teeth, and horrible breath!
Great wrestlers relish the roar of the crowd
and the adoration of management!
Suddenly lizards are being cultivated into
alligators for shows at Swamp World!
Drain the &#@* swamp!!!!"
Lee A. Peters
ProjectLEADER®- Project Solutions
Projects create an incredibly rough and tumble environment. Excellence is
possible on every project. We have developed strategies, tactics, and tools to
assure quality and insure results. Many are available for a nominal fee and
some just for the asking. Most are designed to be read and internalized in less
than 30 minutes. The topics are narrowly defined so the project manager can
the best solution for specific challenges.
For the asking — go to the contact page and ask for this.
Methodology — two tabloid sheets show every aspect of project
delivery, processes, deliverables, quality control, and risk.
Methodology — two tabloid sheets show every aspect of a stage-gate
product development process. See the entire product development process at the
Project Master's Core
Competencies — eleven competencies of a Master. Use
it to rate yourself or have others rate you.
Plan-to-Plan Results — define results from the customer's perspective using the
customer's success criteria and metrics to control scope and performance. This
is the first fundamental for project success.
Issues — Capture issues. Develop issues using Strategic, Tactical,
Operational, Task/Tools, Resources, and Methods.
Categories — Organize issues by Categories using Assumptions,
Decisions, Threats, Opportunities, Imperatives, Information, Resolution,
Structure — Learn to develop adequate detail in creating a work breakdown
structure. Scope is clearly defined only by the WBS. This is the second of the
fundamentals for project success.
— Eight variables combine to completely specify project scope. Use each of the
eight to write a statement of work for your next project.
Scheduling — Learn the basics of critical path
scheduling while planning your project.
Project Risk Analysis
— Structured approach to finding and fixing risk within a project. Rigor is
Preparing for Project
Negotiation — Detailed preparation process leading through Context,
Content, Conduct, and Close.
Planning — Strategic, Tactics, Operations, Resources, Methods — keys to
quality planning. Project Success and Project Quality vary directly with
Problem Diagnosis — Why do some project managers accomplish more that
others? Help each other learn from the best. Use Project Master's Core
Competencies in a structured process to analyze and then imprint best practices.
Problem Diagnosis — What works and what needs to be changed using the
ProjectMAGIC® System and ProjectMAGIC®
Methodology. Make your project management methodology the strongest
and Feeding of Project Teams — All you wanted to know about project teams
and a bit more. How to build a team. How to ensure team processes are in
place to maintain team work. How to establish, and maintain cohesiveness in
a team. How to equip and enable a team for peak performance.
— Check out courses under Develop Leaders. These can be converted to