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30 Quick Risk Evaluation Tips

Project Risk Coach

In this article, I share 30 risk evaluation tips to help you tap into your genius. Use some of these tips to help you and your project teams determine which risks matter most. Look out for the high power/high influence stakeholders who wish to bias risk ratings for their own benefit. Educate stakeholders on the risks.

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The new project manager’s survival guide: 20 expert tips to follow


The new project manager survival guide: 20 expert tips. 5 tips for getting settled at a new job (or project). 5 tips for organizing your team. Give yourself some budget breathing room. 5 tips for proving your value. 5 tips for building influence and advancing your career. Get a mentor. Be patient.


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10 Free Event Planning Templates for Excel and Word

Using planning templates can help you stay organized and keep to your budget and they allow you to schedule and create the kind of event that serves its purpose, whether that’s networking at a trade show or launching a team-building workshop. To avoid that disaster, you need to use our free event budget template for Excel.

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Creating a Project Budget in 7 Steps


Looking to create a project budget but have no idea where to begin? Cost estimation isn’t simple — but creating a project budget that works for you and your client is practically an art form. It drives your decisions, influences your clients’ opinions, and is at the back of your mind almost every turn. Time is money. ?.

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7 Ways to Sell Agile to Project Stakeholders


Here are some tips for selling Agile project management methodology to stakeholders: 1. Here are a few tips for project managers who face executives clinging to legacy project management practices: Don’t force Agile project management into the organization because chances are you’ll lose. COO attention = budget.

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Project Requirements: The What, Why, and How

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Stick with me, and we’ll explore what project requirements are, why they’re important, and some tips for developing good ones. By understanding and documenting the project requirements, you can ensure that the project is completed on time, within budget, and meets the expectations of the stakeholders. Be realistic.

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The Death of Project Management

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Leadership is that branch of management concerning the development, nurturing and utilization of influence as way of motivating others to some end or objective. If leadership is concerned with influencing and motivating people then project managers need to be skilled leaders, not just successful administrators.