Mon.Dec 02, 2019

Why Stakeholder Analysis is Important

Project Risk Coach

Project stakeholders are individuals, groups, and organizations that may affect or be affected by your projects. It's critical to understand how people inside and outside your organization may impact your projects. In this post, we will explore why stakeholder analysis is important.

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Difference between Quantitative and Qualitative Risk Analysis


We start each project to get some business benefits. We design it to achieve users and other stakeholder’s satisfaction. And we build it to improve organization KPIs. But, we live in a world where the project faces many uncertainties.

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Getting Started with a Minimal Viable Product

TrustRadius Project Management

Today’s Community Contributor is Peter Cartier, a marketing and business strategist based out of St. Louis, MO who relies on creative problem solving and informed content to deliver the “what’s in it for me” solution his customers are looking for.

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10 Essential KPI Metrics for Teams

If you’re looking for ways to increase productivity in your project (and who isn’t?), then you’ll need to know how to effectively measure your progress. Tracking these key performance indicators (KPI) will help keep the team productive and the project on track.

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Social Collaborative Management: Harnessing the Power of the Many

Speaker: Peter Taylor, Speaker & Author of The Lazy Project Manager

Social Collaborative Management aims at delivering, at the enterprise level, a common goal for the business while harnessing the performance advantages of a collaborative community. This is a vital paradigm shift that many organisations are trying to understand right now - balancing traditional work and centralised leadership against the value of decentralised teams and trust. But the principles of harnessing collective power, collaboration, and community build an underlying ‘constant change’ capability that is critical in today’s new work environment.

2020 Project Management (Part 2)

Girl's Guide to PM

Watch Part 1 here. The video begins: Hello, welcome back to video 2 of my training series, 2020 Project Management. My name is Elizabeth Harrin, founder of Project Management Rebels and the blog, A Girl’s Guide to Project Management, and I’m delighted to be back here with you.

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Eylean Board vs. MS Excel – Which Is Best For You


With a wide variety of project management tools on the market users often get overwhelmed with having to choose just one. On the surface, they all seem similar, but to get the best value for your team you need to find the perfect fit.

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PMO Best Practices: 7 Steps for Better Schedule Management


A few years ago, I was hired as a Project Management Office (PMO) consultant for a software products company. My assignment was to setup their PMO, implement best practices, and oversee projects for twelve months before handing over the setup to the client.

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Why Remote Work Is Growing (And How To Be A Part Of It)


Why Remote Work Is A Key To Success’ Revealed According to studies, 70% of the world’s manpower work remotely at least once a week. Employees are motivated and productive when they are permitted to work remotely.

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Startup Growth – How to Achieve Consistent Growth Without Sacrificing Quality


Do you dream of having the top IPO of the year? Do you imagine a day when your face is on the front cover of Forbes or Time magazine? . If your startup takes off, you’ll quickly become more than a famed entrepreneur. You could also become fabulously wealthy.

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Bridging the Gap: Implementing CIO Leadership in Project Management

Speaker: Clint Padgett, President & CEO, Project Success Inc.

You may have a visionary CIO and very capable project managers. You may have the best tech, the latest software, and stellar talent. But if you can’t establish a dynamic, collaborative team with a clear mission, then your project will slip through the cracks. It’s time for CIOs to unlock their "people potential" and learn the leadership skills that will lead to satisfied project managers and more than satisfactory project results. Join Clint Padgett, CEO and President of Project Success Inc., and bridge the gap between CIOs and Project Managers to create a passionate and successful team.

Best VoIP Products for Specific Use Cases

TrustRadius Project Management

Maybe you’re looking into VoIP software to use as a personal, private business number. Or maybe you’re evaluating different VoIP providers because you need a cheaper way for your sales reps to contact prospects.

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Leadership vs Management: 5 Differences That Set Them Apart

The Digital Project Manager

Leadership vs. management isn’t a competition—they’re both important. There’s no right way to manage or. The post Leadership vs Management: 5 Differences That Set Them Apart appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. Leadership & Team Management Management Styles Topics

If you want to go far… | Video

Online PM Courses

‘If you want to go far…’ is from an African proverb. In this opinion-video, I muse on how that applies to Project management and the project environment. The post If you want to go far… | Video appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. Team Leader Thoughts for Project Managers video

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Engage Your Stakeholders

Project Management Essentials

Managers and project managers are often told that “engaging stakeholders” is critical to success. However, they rarely receive guidance on what it means or how to “engage stakeholders.” It is similar to when I started practicing yoga, the teacher told us to “release our sacrum.”

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Collaborate Better with Your Customer-Facing Teams

Speaker: Hope Gurion, Product Leader Coach, Fearless Product LLC

Customer discovery is the lifeblood of product teams to identify the most important customer needs to solve next. Often it's the Product and UX members of the trio who take lead on facilitating this discovery. But what about other customer-facing teams in an organization? How do product teams best partner with these teams to understand customers’ unmet needs and decide which needs to address next?