How to Ease the Transition Between Project Managers

Posted on October 24th, 2018 · Posted in Decisions, Leadership, Team Management, Workflow

Losing the project manager on a vital project is not only stressful, it can cost your company significant time and resources to get your next project manager up to speed. Here are some tips to help you ease the transition as much as possible. In this industry, we know that..
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Small Business Project Management Tips to Keep You Sane

Posted on October 21st, 2015 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Management, Task Management, Team Management

Professional project managers and even small business entrepreneurs know that running or starting a new business, client account or project can be nothing short of crazy. There are a lot of factors, risks, and specifications to take note of and consider, not to mention plan a marketing strategy, risk response..
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7 Questions to Gauge Your Project Team’s Potential

Posted on March 4th, 2014 · Posted in Education, Entrepreneurship, Team Management

Today’s workforce is comprised of individuals forming a project team for a company or a certain project. Owner-managers need to make sure that their decisions will lead them to success. Business operations in a collaboration team should be treated hands-on. How? They can do it by performing proper project management...
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Shattering 5 Common Myths – Moving Towards Better Project Management

Posted on December 13th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Team Management, Workflow

If you’ve got a project on your hands, you will need to plan its development by organizing the resources at your disposal. You will also need to motivate these resources and control them, to develop the project successfully. What you basically need is successful project management from the ground up..
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Why are Lessons Learned so Important?

Posted on May 24th, 2013 · Posted in Leadership, Management, Marketing, Team Management, Tips and Tricks

In today’s competitive business world, companies continually seek ways to improve performance throughout all areas.  This is especially true for project management.  Over the years we have seen organizations train more people in project management, require new hires to have or obtain the PMP certification, and conduct various seminars or..
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Project Management Personalities

Posted on May 16th, 2013 · Posted in Communication, Leadership, Management, Team Management

As a professional project manager, how would you describe your personality, or the personalities of your fellow project managers? A few of the common characteristics include detail-oriented, organized, diligent, focused, enthusiastic, or a good problem-solver. Regardless of what industry or what type of organization professional project managers may be affiliated..
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The 4 Functions of Management

Posted on March 5th, 2013 · Posted in Management, Team Management

Regardless of what industry you work in, or what your area of expertise is, all organizations can follow the four key management functions. In the realm of project management, these four functions typically fall into project mangers’ laps. So what are these four management functions and how do they apply..
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Project Management and Customer Requirements

Posted on February 2nd, 2013 · Posted in Management, Risk, Team Management, Tips and Tricks

One of the most risky and challenging realms of project management is customer requirements and specifications. This is a challenging area because even the slightest misinterpretation can result in an error, a delay, or an unhappy customer with the final deliverables and product. What are some ways project managers can..
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Why Accurate Project Data is Important to Project Management and Business Decisions

Posted on July 3rd, 2012 · Posted in Agile, Project Management, Task Management, Team Management

Accurate data is necessary for a project manager’s daily tasks and decisions. If data is inaccurate in any area of the project work flow or structure, productivity will inevitably decline. Unfortunately, most companies aren’t 100% sure of how accurate their data really is. As a result, since there is a..
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A Culture of TeamWork

Posted on June 16th, 2012 · Posted in Team Management

I was looking for something witty to start an article about the culture of teamwork in Russia the other day. Search was becoming a near disappointment when I landed on this:”Americans do one thing at a time. They value short-term relationships and take deadlines seriously. Russians do a variety of..
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