*The skill and confidence to use a practical project planning technique.
*The ability to determine if a project can truly be delivered on time and in budget.
*An understanding of how to discover the risks necessary to meet a constrained delivery date.
*The confidence to communicate project “trade-offs” clearly.
*Set attainable goals with clients, managers, and project team members.
*The knowledge of how to record actual project progress and then use the project baseline to spot and manage variance.
*The ability to “frame” your questions when analyzing the project plan to spot hidden variances.
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