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Find out how to set your budget up correctly at the start of the project and then monitor and control it carefully.
ProjectManager.com Director Devin Deen explains that "there's no secret sauce he can sprinkle over your project team members, your project budget, project schedule and plan, just to make it return a project under budget for you.
However, there are some fundamental things you can do as a manager, to manage and control that budget and make sure that you deliver that project on budget or even under budget.
These include: setting up the project management budget correctly and then monitoring and managing the budget once the project is underway.
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Thanks Devin for this valuable video! I thought I'd share a message about this tool that was specifically built to effectively manage project budgets in parallel with PM tools and accounting systems. The app is called jellyfish (jellyfishlabs.io), and I'd love to hear your feedback on how that could work with an amazing solution such as projectmanager.com.
Sorry, I am not impressed. Do not agree with your approach to planning, estimating, and scheduling. Also, no emphasis on remaining work "To Do" in project reporting which should trigger warnings of overruns.
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