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Manage Projects by Ken Langdon, Andy Bruce

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Assess Constraints

Every project has constraints. These may include time, money, or the availability of resources. Identify the constraints at the outset and ensure that each member of the team is prepared to work within them.

Don’t Make Change for the Sake of Change

If something is working, it may be better to continue using it. Even if you identify an area that could be improved, it may be better to leave it to a later project. It is particularly important not to change your financial targets halfway through a project as part of a general improvement.

Make Change Gradually

If you change a lot of things at the same time it can become difficult to measure the outcome against the target because you cannot be sure which change produced which ...

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