As more legal organizations adopt formal project management (PM) and legal project management (LPM) principles, they are forced to determine how in-depth their plans should be, whether a project management office (PMO) is right for them, how to prioritize daily tasks and project workloads, how project management can be applied across departments and practices, and much more. A project can have many moving parts, and it seems there is always something up in the air.
Some of those who have performed on the PM and LPM stages have come together to shine a spotlight on the skills, knowledge and disciplines needed for successful project implementations. Thank you to all our contributing authors who shared their insight and expertise.
Managing a project is something that most of us — whether we’re certified or not — will have to do to some degree during our careers. Whether you’re juggling tasks, people resources, vendors or the myriad other details associated with project management, you’re bound to find tips within these pages that will help perfect your balancing act.
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