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About The Building & Remodeling Business & Project Management Wiki Project
Thursday, Dec 18, 2014, 10-15 PM
Hello, I’m Jerrald Hayes and welcome to The Building & Remodeling Business & Project Management Wiki project.
I use the word project to describe this web site because that is exactly what it is right now. It’s a new project with vision but what you’re seeing here is just the first steps in getting this project built. While there is some content to article content to be utilized there is a lot more to come both in the way of articles and features for this site.
If you’re interested in becoming a contributing editor or call me at 860-470-7686 (generally around 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST M-F but you may very well be able to find me around at other times too.) and leave me a message if I am not around or otherwise engaged working with a client.
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Estimating done where the cost for one measured unit of a completed work activity comes with an attached Unit Cost.read more
A charrette is an intense period of design or planning activity similar to the short daily stand-up meetings that take place in Scrum or Agile project management methods. Charrette - Wikipedia A charrette (American pronunciation: /ˈʃɑːrɛt/), often Anglicized to...read more
In its simplest form a company's Corporate Identity is the elemental look of the company brand and can generally be found is a suite of documents such as the company logo, business card, letterhead, envelope, and website design. Why Corporate Identity is Important |...read more
An Assemblies or Systems Estimate is a type of estimate typically used on larger commercial projects where a particular assembly or system repeatedly appears in project. They are usually preformed while a project is still in the design stage and are generally...read more
A method of project planning described in the book Visualizing Project Management: Models and Frameworks for Mastering Complex Systems as emerging as a visualization tool used by PERT planners to visualize their project network in the years before modern day project...read more