Wed.Jan 22, 2020

Avoid Project Failure: 5 Top Tips | Video

Online PM Courses

No one wants their project to fail. But, project failure is all too common. And, when your project starts, you barely recognize the possibility of failure. The post Avoid Project Failure: 5 Top Tips | Video appeared first on OnlinePMCourses.

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7 Proven Ways Lean Six Sigma Methodology Can Speed Up Your Business Growth


You are planning to launch a new product. From creating the hype to announcing the launch event date and everything in between, you have done everything to make the product launch a success. Your product launch event made the headlines and received a great response from the audience.

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What is Scope Creep and How to Identify It

ProProfs Project Management

Many project managers tend to skip analyzing project scope when they take up on a project or when they brainstorm on ways the end-goal can be achieved. Even if the project scope is defined right from the start, there can always be a situation where it needs to be updated or redefined.

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All that you need to know about Product owners for Scrum & Agile


What does it mean to be a product owner? Product owners are the people who are in charge of product development. The post All that you need to know about Product owners for Scrum & Agile appeared first on Agilemania. Product Owner

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Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life with Nir Eyal

Speaker: Nir Eyal

Ever get the feeling the world is full of too many distractions? Research shows the ability to stay focused is a competitive advantage, in work and in life. However, in an age of ever-increasing demands on our attention how do we stay productive and stay sane? In this webinar, Nir provides research-backed, practical advice, and memorable strategies for managing distraction and our time. Nir Eyal shares findings of his five years of research into how to master what he calls, "the skill of the century," the power to be "Indistractable."

Mindmapping: Get Your Dissertation off to the Right Start


Describe your fourth year at University? Late night’s in the library, gathering seemingly endless amounts of data, and then making sure all 15,000 words or so are perfectly put together. All this, while trying to figure out your life after University. Just me? Didn’t think so. Having only graduated in the summer of 2019, I am coming from an area of recent, personal experience. The final year of university is, while challenging, one of the most fulfilling years of my life so far.

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Start slow

Lynne Cazaly

This sign may not be out the front of your new workplace or on the door of that meeting you’re about to walk into, but take its message on. When you’re working in a new area, starting a new project, trying some new processes or initiating new things, start slow. There’s plenty we don’t know and can’t yet see or understand. Start, yes. But no need to go all frenetic and chaotic. Y ou can still be committed, interested and intrigued. and slow.

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Changing conditions

Lynne Cazaly

Watch out, take care! Variable water depth and drop off’ says the sign at my local beach here in Melbourne, Australia. If this is the first time you’ve come to this beach, then this information is vitally important. It could save your life! Waters are clear but not so clear that we can always see the bottom. The signs I’ve been sharing in posts this week may well be about water, beach and swimming safety, but they’re a brilliant reminder for us in many other situations.

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Currents, turbulence and disturbed air flows

Lynne Cazaly

We often expect things to be smooth and uninterrupted. I heard a driver shout ‘get out of my way’ to a fellow road user this morning. It’s a complaint of our time, always expecting a clear path. But not every cruise can be on calm seas; not every flight is entirely smooth. Weather patterns clash and collide and we travel through so much airspace that we’re bound to encounter different situations. This is most certainly the case in our diverse workplaces and communities.

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