Way too many small business owners use a “Fire, Ready, Aim” approach to launching projects.
In the short run, this method may seem faster than planning your efforts, but this launch approach is fraught with danger and can cost your business lost time, money, effort and worst of all, dissatisfied customers.
That’s why project management is so useful.
It will help you make the most of your resources (even if the only resource is you), manage your budget, and deliver quality solutions to your customers.
It can even help you make your internal business processes work better so it takes less time and effort to get things done.
In short, project management can help you turn chaos into order.
Here are four reasons why project management is so valuable to your small business.
The first (and most important) step in using a project management approach is creating a plan for your project launch.
Now before you say you hate planning because it puts you in a box, I want to remind you that a plan is just that – a plan.
And it’s YOUR plan.
That means you have the flexibility to change it as you see fit.
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