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The organizations dealing in the financial sector such as banking and consumer finance need to skim through and manage critical data and monetary details every single day. They need to process the data and information at hand to manage critical tasks. Even day to day process workflows can turn out to be arduous and complicated that include:

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There are plenty of organizations today that keep an antiquated paper-based method for asset inspection. The latter is described by many people as multifaceted and multiple aspects in a normal organizational workflow that will scrutinize at every area of the business.

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Before taking a capital expenditure decision, take the best practice template, put it online, and have a streamlined execution process for your capital expenditure (CAPEX) approval process: makes it transparent to the decision-makers and the task-owners.

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This is a guest post by Elizabeth Harrin of A Girl’s Guide To Project Management.


Putting together a project schedule is one of the most important tasks for a project manager. It’s also very easy to get caught out! Here are some scheduling problems and how you can beat them.


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If project management is a process that helps us achieve our goals through proper planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling, the smart way is to do it in a manner that optimizes available resources while effectively integrating them to produce desired results.

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Project management (PM) has always been about accomplishing a goal within a constraint, or a set of goals within a set of constraints. And while the core theory hasn’t changed, the route businesses travel between point A and point B is experiencing a dramatic shift.

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So you’ve decided that your organization has reached a point where a project management software is a necessity and is ready to invest the time, money, and effort to implement it. Planning doesn’t always equal reality, as the looming question of adoption is a normal hurdle for management to clear.

According to Pinnacle Enterprise Management Specialists, adoption is a real challenge in implementing project management solutions. Will the workforce use the tool dependably? How long will it take before they’re truly adept at operating the software? Will it end up unused and gathering dust after all the time and money invested in it?

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Project management is a continuous struggle for balance between time, cost and quality. It’s no wonder why project managers want to make things more efficient and effective as possible.

Some may think manually creating a project plan is easy, since it’s formulaic. But if you ask any project manager, that isn’t necessarily always the case. There are routine processes that can be done without much thinking, yes, and this is where the opportunity for more time savings actually lies, as a good number of project management tasks and activities are routine in nature.

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Overworked and confused employees eventually become unproductive, even resentful employees. To avoid overwhelming employees with too much workload and task conflicts, thereby destroying morale, workload management must be in order. This begins with proper resource allocation and identifying the issues that must be addressed to optimize resource and workload management.

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There are plenty of employees that, aside from being expected to deliver stellar results in their fields of expertise, are also given the task of managing projects. This frequently happens in marketing, PR, education, consulting, IT, professional services, and even the public sector. Unfortunately, not all field experts are trained project managers and are hence called accidental project managers.

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