This paper was received by email from 11/29/06. It is copyright to Lauren Allen & IE Discovery© 2006.
Published here May 2007.

Introduction | Is This You? | Why Not Use Project Management?
What to Look for in a Project Manager | Conclusion


Using project management principles leads to increased efficiency and better control of costs. The billable hour will always rule, but this can be balanced by disciplined budgeting, mapped-out timelines, better-defined roles and responsibilities, and greater communication on your case. Good project managers leverage project management principles along with legal and technical skills to help you traverse the minefields of discovery, while staying on schedule and within budget.

What to Look for in a Project Manager  What to Look for in a Project Manager

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