Win At Project Management By Avoiding These 5 Common Pitfalls

Posted on June 28, 2016 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Workflow

In the world of project management, there has been an increase in the number of ill-equipped people being pulled into not only managing their own work, but the work of others too. Each day more people are thrust into the role of “accidental project manager” and for some, are unprepared..
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Making the Most of Managing Your Business in the Age of Cloud Software

Posted on February 2, 2016 · Posted in Leadership, Management, Software

People management is no walk in the park. People have personalities, conflicts, and often act in unpredictable ways, but the greatest leaders in history were all able to manage their people in ways that merged each team member’s skills into a greater whole. Many methods have been developed to make..
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Help! My Project is Falling off the Rails

Posted on January 22, 2016 · Posted in Management, Project Management, Tips and Tricks

It’s all too common a tale. Your project was going well then something happened… a vendor let you down with a delivery date, there were problems around commissioning or testing, or the end product, whatever it is, simply does not work. This bump in the road may not always be..
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7 Tips on How to Deal with a Failing Project

Posted on November 20, 2015 · Posted in Agile, Leadership, Management, Tips and Tricks

Everyone faces failure in their lives. It doesn’t matter how good you are at what you do, no project manager has ever gone through their career without seeing a project fail. It’s devastating, and you always wonder how it could have happened. To help you prevent this and save a..
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7 Hints You’re Overdue For Project Management Software

Posted on November 19, 2015 · Posted in Agile, Project Management, Software

Companies are focused on growth out of necessity. However, sometimes they reach a milestone and look back with dismay to find their workflow hasn’t grown along with them. The needs and demands of a growing business are incredibly complex and challenging, which means that tools made for their specific industry..
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Small Business Project Management Tips to Keep You Sane

Posted on October 21, 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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Cultivating a Robust Organization: 5 Stages of the Innovation Process

Posted on September 2, 2015 · Posted in Leadership, Management, Project Management, Software

Most business leaders recognize the value of innovation. In a study from consulting firm Accenture, 93 percent of executives surveyed said that their organization’s long-term success depends on developing new ideas. However, only 18 percent of leaders believed their company’s innovation efforts delivered a competitive advantage, despite an increase in..
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Ready, Set…Reach: Business Management Goals

Posted on April 2, 2015 · Posted in Project Management

As trends and business objectives and strategies shift, it seems that businesses are constantly changing their dynamics and operations to increase efficiency and decrease costs, as well as overhead. As a result, the demand for project management skills, as well as a PMO has increased significantly. Here are some ways..
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How Project Managers Maintain Their Mental Health

It’s no secret that project management comes with its challenging and stressful days. From putting out fires to problem-solving to a phone that never seems to stop ringing, it’s a wonder some project managers keep from tearing through the hallways screaming. The truth is, project management isn’t always as easy..
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4 Scary Questions Entrepreneurs Ask about Project Management

Posted on March 26, 2015 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Software, Task Management

So maybe you have had this idea. You have a special talent, you have a passion for a particular service, or you have a creative product to market. Regardless of your forte, you have the potential to go into business. But, whoa, it’s a business. Don’t you need an MBA..
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