003-The First 5 questions to ask whenever you start a new project (part 3/5)

003-The First 5 questions to ask whenever you start a new project (part 3/5)

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    Kim Essendrup
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    Saluti!   Join us for our new podcast, the Project Management Happy Hour! In our first 5 episodes, we are going to look at the first 5 questions you n
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    Jennifer Childs
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    How do you stay on top of your budget during your project?  Are there any project management tools that incorporate budget tracking? Or any other tool?  I have a spreadsheet and run a spent to date report weekly but I haven’t found an effective way to match it up to where we are progress wise in the project.

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    Kate Anderson
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    oh budgets.  In many ways, excel is still queen of the castle for me.   What costs are you tracking?  Eg: resource hours, $$ billed to client, software or hardware costs, or materials costs?

    I’d love to see a scrubbed version of your spreadsheet, because I’m an excel nerd, if you’d like any feedback or just confirmation the method to the madness seems to be working!

     

     

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