Beha Litebello ka Tumellano ea Kamohelo

shapa letsohoJoaloka morekisi, mohlomong o ts'epa likopo le lisebelisoa tse ngata tsa motho oa boraro ho etsa hore liphutuho tsa hau li phele.

Ke ngotse pele hore na joang ho beha litebello le bareki ba hau ho khanna khotsofalo ea bareki… Hape ho na le tsela eo u ka thusang ho khanna khotsofalo ea hau - aha tumellano ea kamohelo ea ho beha molumo le likamano tsa hau tsa motho oa boraro.

Litumellano tsa kamohelo li behile melao e meng ea papali bakeng sa barekisi bao u sebetsang le bona le pele ba qala. Litumellano tsa kamohelo li na le lintho tse kang:

  • Ea nang le thepa ea kelello morerong.
  • Ke mang ea nang le lisebelisoa (lits'oants'o, khoutu, jj.)
  • Hore na ho lieha ho lefa kapa ho fuoa likotlo ho tla kengoa tšebetsong haeba mosebetsi o sa phetheloa ka nako e ts'episitsoeng.
  • Lisebelisoa li tla fetisoa neng hona joang ha kopano e ea boroa.
  • Hore na motho oa boraro a ka abela projeke kapa a sebetsa ho lik'hamphani tse ling kapa lisebelisoa.
  • Hore na motho oa boraro a ka khothaletsa mosebetsi oo ba o etsang kapa che.

Mohlomong u bile u na le lintho tseo u li ratang le tseo u sa li rateng ha u sebetsa le barekisi, ho kopana ka nako, melao ea moaparo, litokomane, lifomate, jj. Ho ba le tumellano e tloaelehileng ea ho amohela kamano le barekisi ba hau ho tla u bolokela hlooho ebile ho ka qoba litaba tse ling tsa molao tlase. tsela. Nka ba khothaletsa!

Joalo ka tumellano ea khiro le basebetsi ba hau e tla qoba likhohlano le bahiruoa, tumellano ea kamohelo e ka qoba litaba le barekisi le lisebelisoa tsa batho ba boraro.

2 Comments

  1. 1

    Doug, are you reading a project management book? Now, don’t blog tomorrow about project scope creep or I will know that you are. What you say is very true and anyone that has good solid project management skills would recognize this.

    It sounds easy to do, but it is not. Especially when the project was not defined well with desired outcomes.

    I have seen huge problems like you talk about here with drawings especially. After they are re-engineered and changes made, who does own them? Deciding this upfront seems like tedious work but it can really solve a crisis situation later.

    Good post, but put the PM book away!:)

    • 2

      Hi Joe!

      No, I’m not – but I’ve been thinking a lot about what I’ve been blogging about the last few years and I don’t think I’ve spent as much time on the strategy and leadership as I have on the finite details.

      As well, with the launching of another startup I’ve been working with (Koi Systems), we want to ensure that every dollar spent has a great return on it. As I continue to work on that project, I’ll continue to share this type of advice.

      I’ll try to keep mixing it up between macro and micro, tho!

      Thanks Much for the feedback!
      Doug

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