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Have You Left Anything Out of Your Project Management Plan?

Project Risk Coach

Have you left anything out of your project management plan? Check out this checklist to help you identify the baselines and plans that will be most helpful to each of your projects. As I define a project management plan, I strive for clarity, brevity, and simplicity.

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Top 8 Challenges All Project Managers Face at Work

PM Basics

In the previous email, I shared the truth about being a project manager. Your manager expects you to know everything about project management right from the beginning. You need to manage people, but you don’t have influence or authority over them.

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Project Requirements Management – Part 1: Introduction to Requirements Management Transcription

MPUG

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Walter Stinnett’s session, Introduction to Requirements Management, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. And welcome to the first of three webinars on Project Requirements Management.

My designation is not Project Manager – AM I eligible for PMP® Certification?

iZenBridge

He told me that he handles technical end to end project management. He is not involved in managing and developing resources. Actually his main concern was – Am I eligible for PMP® certification as my designation is not Project Manager?

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Part II: A Simplified Approach to Determine IT Project Complexity

PM Times

This paper is Part II of the paper entitled “A Simplified Approach to Determine IT Project Complexity”, ( MacCue, C., 2021, March 5). Its purpose is to further explain the rationale behind the Core IT Complexity Model within the framework of the broader topic of IT project complexity.

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Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory in Project Management

Wrike

What is a proven way to keep your project team motivated and happy? While these might seem like opposites, they work together in a cycle. In this blog, we will explain what is two-factor theory and how you can apply it for project management success.