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Get Better Estimates and More Accurate Estimated Completion Dates

June 20, 2014

This is pulled from a webinar I gave for Vertabase. It discusses how to improve estimating, particularly in high volume, short timeline, relatively unstructured environments. The focus is on estimated completion dates. It also touches on the conspiracy of optimism / optimism bias in estimating.

Too often estimated completion dates are fantasies spun by optimistic project teams or unrealistic demands from clients which leave us scrambling to achieve.  In this presentation learn how to create more realistic estimated completion dates and improve your ability to work with clients on unrealistic deadlines. We’ll also talk about the process of estimating in general.

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