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What Is Organizational Planning in Project Management?

If you’re looking to start or grow a business (or just keep a business profitable), you need a business plan. But not all plans are the same. If you need to define your business and its objectives, you need to use organizational planning. That planning provides a clear path forward.

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Repeat bookings enhancement, visual refresh, API improvements, and much more

Resource Guru

It’s been a while since our last product update. We’re committed to letting you all know what we’ve been up to at a more regular cadence going forward, so keep an eye on the app and this blog for new posts.

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What is a Statement of Work? Definition & Examples

No matter what industry you’re in, the one constant throughout the project life cycle of a project is paperwork. There is always plenty of paperwork to create, have approved, file and finally archive.

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How to use Evidence-Based Management and Scrum (Part 1): Bridging EBM goals with the Scrum Guide

. developed its Evidence-Based Management (EBM) practices placing a strong emphasis on goals and experimentation. EBM's key value areas are also important, but the critical focus is on goals and how to use them to achieve further organizational gain.

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Bridging the Online and Offline: How to Apply Product Thinking to Expanding Your eCommerce Business

Speaker: John Cutler, Product Evangelist and Coach at Amplitude

In a post-COVID world, online retailers are forced to reevaluate their position and address the challenge of adopting new customer experiences. Even brick and mortar businesses are integrating more digital approaches to CX -- testing out loyalty programs and subscription-based models. Join John Cutler, Product Evangelist and Coach at Amplitude, for this enlightening discussion on the current state of the ecommerce landscape.

The Reality of Ransomware Negotiations

Brad Egeland

What ransomware negotiations look likeFear can overwhelm the decision of whether to pay a ransom. But in negotiations, companies have to take a backseat. Negotiating a ransom down to $0 is possible.

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Custom-Build Your Security With Multiple Authentication Policies


For IT admins managing hundreds—if not thousands—of employees in the cloud, implementing the right security policies can be stressful. The threat of data breaches grows each year, and the costs associated with a security breach have never been higher.

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Top 9 Project Management Pitfalls


A successful project unites plenty of details. Occasionally, things can go from bad to worse, creating project management pitfalls you could have avoided otherwise. You will face different obstacles during each project development phase that might derail you from the right path.

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