Estimating projects is hard
Why? Because the only time you know precisely how long it takes to complete a project is when it’s done. Up to the point of delivery, teams use educated guesswork to predict the future, and the bigger and more complex a project is, the hazier that future is.
Faulty estimates mean missing deadlines and breaking budgets—two of the main symptoms of project failure.
Being a skilled estimator is a crucial part of setting schedules, establishing budgets, managing resources, and running a thriving team and business.
In this eBook, we’re going to take you through six important principles to making reliable project estimations.