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A Short History of Project Management


This article will cover most of the major project management happenings throughout history. By default, these people were doing early project management by obtaining/transporting the heavy blocks of stones and related materials (procurement and quality management) and acquiring and scheduling the slave workers (resource and communications management) to do their work. PMI has almost 600,000 members worldwide in over 200 countries and many different kinds of certifications.

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A Beginner’s Guide To Backup For Project Managers

Girl's Guide to PM

This is a guest article by Mauricio Prinzlau. Even where the organization does not have a standard process step for backup, it is incumbent upon you as a project manager to ensure that all data related to your project is being backed up at regular intervals. While DVDs are easily transported around, tape drives can store very large volumes of data. This article was kindly sponsored by Cloudwards. Are you backing up your project and personal files effectively?

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Knowledgeline: Building e-Discovery Teams:: by Tom Baldwin


Vendors are popping up all over the globe to process data, on-line review tools are being heavily touted and more additional forums are now available to get religion on e-discovery. The best e-discovery processing tools cant ensure that the collection efforts are solid. Put them through a certification program, Kroll and Applied Discovery both have excellent ones. David Cain is currently the Chairman of the advisory board to TTI (Texas Transportation Institute).

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