Sun.Mar 29, 2020

Project Resource Management Tools and Techniques

MPUG

“Time is the most precious resource there is — you have to protect it.” – Jesse Itzler. Most project managers are aware that time is our most precious resource, particularly as the clock of deadlines keeps ticking.

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Social Media Success: A Guide to Social Media Marketing

Brad Egeland

In today’s world, Social Media is the most crucial, and cost-effective, marketing tool there is.

2020 129

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Workshop: Master Conflict Resolution

The Digital Project Manager

This content is exclusive to DPM Pro Members! DPM Pro Members get: Instant access to. The post Workshop: Master Conflict Resolution appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. Members Only Webinars

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Be mindful when staying up-to-date on COVID-19

Kiron Bondale

For most of us, the last time there was this much media attention given to a single event was 9/11. The difference between the two situations is that the emotional and physical impact of 9/11 was vastly more severe in the days immediately following the attacks but subsided relatively quickly compared to what we are seeing with the pandemic which started as a slow burning fire but now looks like a long term conflagration.

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Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

Project Management Knowledge Areas: How Many Are There? [Not 10]

Online PM Courses

Whenever there is a body of knowledge, it helps to divide it up. So, we have Knowledge Areas. These are domains within the wider body. The post Project Management Knowledge Areas: How Many Are There? Not 10] appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. PMBOK Guide & PMP Project Control Knowledge Areas

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More Trending

What's going on and what do we need to do about it?

Lynne Cazaly

These 'two questions in one' can provide us with great focus and purposeful direction. They are a better agenda item than the general ‘update’ or ‘status report’ And they are questions that get the team gathering insights and learnings about what is actually happening.

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Adapt your messaging

Lynne Cazaly

It's a very good time to check your default. What are the default messages, responses and funnels you've got set up that usually just 'run'? What do you have that is automated, that will do 'this' if 'that' happens? You'll need to change something, most certainly. We are seeing and hearing marketing, customer, advertising and communications messaging that is not adapting. It's time to PULL or PAUSE your canned, pre-written and pre-scheduled content that was done in the motive of 'productivity'.

2020 40

How are the experiments going?

Lynne Cazaly

The changes we are making are just that - experiments. We are all trying some new things out and we will progressively see how it’s going. We’ll get some hindsight and be able to look back and review, reflect and see what we can make of it. Then we can make some adjustments and try something else. another experiment. Adopting an experimental mindset of ‘I wonder.’,

2020 40

This is sensemaking

Lynne Cazaly

This is sensemaking. We are 'in it'. Trying to make sense of so many things. As we begin to know something. we 'find out'. Almost like a maze. And we think 'that’s it'. Then things change. New information comes to hand. New information, insights and understanding. Because we have more information and experience with that information, we can look back over data, dates and details to connect more dots and make more sense. And then we can act again based on what we now know.

2020 40

Task Management For Project Managers

How can project planning that stretches over months or years remain relevant and account for new ad-hoc activities that arrive every day?