Plan your work. Then work your plan. Does that sound simple?
How can one plan their work when he or she does not know the basics for building a plan? Better yet, does he or she know the configuration of the situation in terms of connectivity and consistency?
Step One: Assess.
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Step Two: Positioning Strategically by Planning and Preparing
Following is an abridged listing of questions that the newbie project strategist should ask him or herself?
- What is the first step for planning a project?
- When does one establishes the metrics for their goals and objectives?
- When does one establishes the priorities for their goals and objectives?
- When does one establish the risk points for their goals and objectives?
Some of our associates have suggested to me that the newbie strategist should take a class on strategic project management while reading the "Eight Strategy Classics" (Seven Military Classics of Ancient China + Sun Bin's Military Methods) during their off hours. It is that simple. ...
Step Three : Influence the Setting With One's Strategic Position
We will cover this specific topic in a future post.