The Ochre Bookkeeping System For Small-Firm Architects
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This is one of the chapters in my e-book, Trello-PM. I want to give you a glimpse at what it is like to get set up with Trello™. See what you think...
Determine an appropriate architectural fee in minutes
instead of hours (days?).
This is one of the chapters in my e-book, Trello-PM. I want to give you a glimpse at how you might develop a Project Master Template. It is a great Competitive Advantage using a tool like Trello™. See what you think...
"Overall, this guide is awesome!.
I will definitely be implementing this in our practice.
This is great stuff. Not only do you go into creating the
template, but using it too! Perfect."
- Danny Cerezo, Firm Principal
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If you have been following along with my description of how to develop your own customized project management system using Trello, you know it's time to start implementing the idea. Implementing Trello in your firm is pretty simple.
Here are the steps I suggest.
One of the key features of PM-Steps is the use of STEPS. The STEPS subdivide the work of each design Phase into four sets of tasks. Breaking the work of the Phases into more manageable chunks that are in turn arranged in a logical order is intended to provide more control over the performance of the work. One of the aspects of project management that I always found challenging was delegating tasks in a way that kept the process moving forward. Too often the delegation had to be revisited (reworked) when later work showed that the early assumptions were now wrong. STEPS help to prevent that.