4 Scheduling Skills Project Managers Can’t Live Without

Posted on June 13, 2018 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management

One of the trickiest yet crucial points to effective project management is scheduling. Every project is all about timing. Some projects operate on tighter schedules than others, but when it comes down to laying out and scheduling tasks, timing is of the utmost importance. Estimating. Experienced project managers know that..
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How to build strong working relationships with people you may never meet.

Posted on June 7, 2018 · Posted in Communication, Management, Meetings

A modern office doesn’t reside between four walls. Modern offices are expansive, abstract entities that span the globe. Most project managers are going to be working with people that they’re never going to meet. People from other countries and cultures — people with other values and goals. How can you..
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What it takes to be a Dynamic Female Leader in Business

Posted on June 5, 2018 · Posted in Communication, Leadership, Management

Which characteristics do the most powerful and successful women in business all have in common?  What sets the likes of Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Helen Clark apart? Whether it is ownership all or a combination of these enigmatic traits, it takes something special to rise to ‘Leader’ status on..
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How to manage Project launch impact due to Open defects

Posted on May 29, 2018 · Posted in Project Management, Task Management, Time Management

This is a guest post by Reshmi Sujesh. The ideas reflected here are her own. The days leading to Project Launch are always hectic. As a Project manager, you need to review the checklist to ensure all the items are closed and there are no gaps. The items on the..
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The Four C’s to Maintaining Customer Relationships

There are a number of realms to project management: risk management and response, budget management, leadership, talent and resource recruiting, resource management, communication, task management and organization, just to name a few. However, an additional area of project that doesn’t get much attention is customer and account relationships, which can..
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Defining Time and Schedule for Project Management

Posted on May 24, 2018 · Posted in Task Management, Time Management

The success of the project can be defined in terms of time and budget constraints. The success triangle of a project management includes time, cost and quality. Time is the most important aspect which affects the other two variables of the project. It’s a project’s manager’s main responsibility to complete..
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More with Less: 4 Management Tips that Help Redefine Productivity

Posted on April 19, 2018 · Posted in Task Management, Tips and Tricks

Projects generally start on a positive note. Teams onboard, briefs are shared and work begins. However, once work commences, estimates feel like they were made on inaccurate numbers. The constraints of resources, time and money quickly begin to take centre stage, forcing a manager to evaluate the goals his/her team..
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How Project Management Can Help You This Valentine’s Day

Posted on February 11, 2018 · Posted in Communication, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Management

We’ve talked a lot about balancing a personal and professional life, particularly as a project manager and/or entrepreneur. For those professionals with a family, marriage or long-term relationship, you know how hard it can be to balance both. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, project managers and entrepreneurs who..
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Understanding the Facts on Project Management Software Versus Excel PM Templates

Posted on January 2, 2018 · Posted in Project Management

What is PM Software? Project management software is a customized software, which is used for a successful project planning, scheduling, resource allocation and handling the management. It helps the project managers to control cost and checking quality and documentation ensuring that the production goes on flawlessly. What are PM templates?..
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Project Managing Virtually: 5 Tips to give you a Headstart

Posted on October 2, 2017 · Posted in Project Management

Virtual project teams are held together mainly by networks. Networks of people as well as devices. So in this network construct of a reality, managing your project team not only requires exceptional interpersonal skills but also calls for an ability to build teams that function on their own and root..
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