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Time Management is Everything

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Merlin Project is a professional project management application through and through. As such, it includes all the relevant options you need for time management in your projects.

Learn in this blog post what an important role time has in the planning of your projects.

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Merlin Project: Differentiate Content #4

Part 4: Filter - Respect View Type

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You plan your projects with Merlin Project and have already followed the Differentiate Content blog series?

In this post we will show you how to use the tags you've set in a Work Breakdown view also in a Assignments view type and which options or different procedures are required for defining filters for this purpose.

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Visual project management

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Merlin Project is a professional project management application through and through. Thus, it offers great support for customizing representations and various visualizations of your projects.

Learn in this blog post which important role the visualization of projects has.

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What Is A MVP - A Minimum Viable Product?

Definition of the MVP

Today we take a cautious look into our wizard's kitchen. I would like to show how we approach new development projects. There are two different approaches for us.

We Simply Build The App

When the scope of a new app is very manageable, it's easy to assess the risk of development. The cost is low because, for example, only one developer is working on it for a short time (less than a month). In this case, we define a feature set, the app is built and out to the public with it. This was the case with Phone Memos, Meeting Cards and also with Herein.

The Feature Set Is Too Large For "Just Building It".

Sometimes, during initial discussions about a new app, you can immediately see that this scope will exceed the person-month limit. Or - as in Merlin Project – the product is of strategic importance. In this case, we are talking about a risk investment and here, of course, we proceed accordingly more cautiously.

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Publicado por Frank Blome on 23.09.2022 en Gestión de proyectos
Etiquetas: Development process ágiles incremental

When To Pull The Plug On Your Project

Pull the plug on the project

Recently, an article appeared in our local newspaper reporting the closure of a restaurant just a few months after it opened. The reasons given by the operator were that despite the positive feedback from the guests, the restaurant operation will not be profitable in the foreseeable future. This is due to the general price increase and the associated cost explosion.

Surely this is only one case among many. A project is terminated here because the operator sees no future in the current situation. But when is it time to consider a project a failure and end it? Is it enough that the budget has been used up? Should it only be abandoned when the project goal cannot be achieved?

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Publicado por Stefanie Blome on 22.09.2022 en Gestión de proyectos
Etiquetas: project kill quit

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