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Change management helps when implementing risk responses

Kiron Bondale

A student in a project management class I taught shared the concern that it was very hard for her to get risk responses implemented. Acceptance is a risk response strategy, but project managers are not supposed to just report on accidents, they are expected to prevent them.

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10 Strategies for Successful Project Execution

Is your organization failing to close the gaps between strategy and project execution? Fortunately, there are strategies ( and tools! ) Let’s review strategies and tools you can use, and learn how they can help you close that gap to promote successful project execution. Manage Team. You need to manage their expectations.

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6 Effective Ways to Mitigate Resource Risks in Project Management

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If your answer is “yes” to the above questions, it’s high time to develop strategies to mitigate these resource-related risks. If not managed […] The post 6 Effective Ways to Mitigate Resource Risks in Project Management appeared first on Project Management Articles, Webinars, Templates and Jobs.

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Unraveling the Causes of Troubled Projects: A Closer Look

Project Risk Coach

In the world of project management, troubled projects can be a source of frustration, stress, and disappointment for both teams and stakeholders. In this blog post, we will explore some of the key factors that can lead to project trouble and discuss strategies to mitigate their impact.

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Successful Change Management with Enterprise Risk Management

Speaker: William Hord, Vice President of ERM Services

A well-defined change management process is critical to minimizing the impact that change has on your organization. Leveraging the data that your ERM program already contains is an effective way to help create and manage the overall change management process within your organization.

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Project Management Triangle: A Quick Guide

When managing a project, there will inevitably be changes or other issues that impact the project. To prevent going off schedule or overspending, project managers are always balancing the project management triangle, which is made up of the three main project constraints. What Is the Project Management Triangle?

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Transitioning from Waterfall to Agile: Strategies for Success


As the Agile project management framework reaches adoption maturity at lean, progressive and disruptive startup firms, many teams at established organizations are struggling to fully embrace the Agile project management framework at scale. A variety of models and frameworks for adopting the Agile project management methodology exist.

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