Archie's Double Digest 149 (March 2004) by Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson

By Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson Ribiero

Archie's Double Digest #149 - March 2004

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Skilled workers are hard to come by and usually cost a bundle. People get more done when they can work without drama, stress, and painfully long hours. Moreover, they don’t abandon ship, so you spend less on recruiting and training replacements. Picking the Right Projects There’s never a shortage of projects, but there’s not enough time, money, and staff in the world to complete them all. Before you begin managing a project, make sure it earns its place in the project portfolio. Throwing darts or pulling petals off daisies isn’t the answer; you’re better off knowing what’s important to your organization and picking projects that support those objectives.

If the window is very narrow, a section turns into a single button (like Insert in this example). Click this button and the hidden commands appear in a dropdown panel. The Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access toolbar is so small that you might not notice it above the File and Task tabs (see Figure I-1). It looks like one of the toolbars from earlier versions of Project. Out of the box, it has icons for Save, Undo, and Redo, because people use them so often. But you can customize the Quick Access toolbar with your top commands.

Picking the Right Projects There’s never a shortage of projects, but there’s not enough time, money, and staff in the world to complete them all. Before you begin managing a project, make sure it earns its place in the project portfolio. Throwing darts or pulling petals off daisies isn’t the answer; you’re better off knowing what’s important to your organization and picking projects that support those objectives. Project selection criteria are just as helpful once projects are underway, because projects don’t always deliver what they promise.

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