Organizing to Get the Job Done Apr/May 2015
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As a small business owner, you are busy serving your clients—and you are also busy building your business. This can include essential projects like a marketing campaign, new product development, a revised web site, even acquiring new financial software.
How are projects accomplished at your small business?  How are you going to keep your clients happy and get those projects done efficiently and on time? This is where project planning comes in.

What is project management?
Here’s what the Project Management Institute says: Project management is a must-have skill to run a successful business. It is a powerful business tool for businesses of any size that will help you to work smarter and not harder.
In short, project management is a strategic competency for managing your business, and that includes your most valuable resource: your own time. It’s not as though you have separate departments for marketing, finance, long range planning. It’s all up to you. So let’s look a little more closely at three advantages to project management:

Three Advantages to Project Management
1.  Project management makes your goals achievable.
The first stage of project management is knowing how
 to identify realistic goals, and how to reach them.
 With a plan in place, you’re far more likely to reach those

2.  Project management is for the long term.
Once you've established a process, whether for marketing or
finance or client services, you can use that  process again and
again. You don’t have to start from scratch each time.

3.  Project management increases productivity
With project management you can prioritize and manage the work you have to do. This means you’ll be free to make the best use of your time—and serve your clients  well.    
A standard approach to project completion is invaluable for small business owners. When your project is handled right, you save yourself both time and money—something you’re especially vigilant about with a small business. A small business owner always benefits from careful project management.

Don’t wait—Get the support you need to manage your projects well.

Work on your business—building revenues, acquiring new clients—instead of in your business—chasing paper, tracking down vendors, multi-tasking, searching your inbox. Learn how to plan and manage your important projects with the most efficient use of your time and money.

Call today to get the support you need to get your projects done  at 866.233.1570, or, email Brenda at  

Sharpening Your Performance Skills
Managing Multiple Priorities and Projects

Do you lack what is necessary to run your business effectively and efficiently in either time or skills or both?  Do you feel like you are always operating in a reactive mode instead of a proactive mode?  This workshop is designed to help you get down to business. You will plan better, focus on your priorities and gain control over your projects.

Call today to schedule your training session at 866.233.1570, or, email Brenda at   My Portable Training Services℠ are flexible and convenient because I bring my expertise to you to accommodate your schedule. No training need is too big or too small.

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Upcoming Events

April 16: 
Seven Things Every Leader Should Know About Virtual Teams Leaders with Lee Johnsen - Greater Boston Chapter ATD (Association for Talent and Development)

April 27: Building Business Connections Networking Event - Boston Women Connect
April 28: Atlantic Leaderpreneur Panel Series - hosted by the Atlantic Consultants
Project planning for the new season.  April and May are full of activities to help you build your business. And, spring is coming, or maybe it’s here already. So much to do! Remember that project planning can make a big difference in how you use your resources - especially your time. 

Learn how to make the best use of your time and talent. Take advantage of a complimentary training session with Brenda. Call 866.233.1570, or, email  

Warmest regards,

Brenda Wornum Moore
CEO & President
BWM Consulting, Inc.

Brenda Wornum Moore

In order for me to have a vision of where my company was headed I knew I needed a business plan. My business plan is my road map to success,  Operating without one is like going down a street and not knowing which way to go. Thank you so much Brenda. 
Barbara A Bruce 
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