23. Working with Multiple Projects

Project managers work with multiple projects for a variety of reasons. Sometimes projects that are logically unified are broken up according to performing organization. Complex programs are frequently managed by a program manager and multiple project managers, with each Project file corresponding to a component of the program. Finally, project managers are often asked to manage multiple independent efforts that all share the same resource team.

This chapter deals in particular with projects that are either closely interrelated or components of a larger program. Project provides tools for sharing resources and tracking tasks across projects that can be particularly helpful for complex efforts that require multiple ...

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