Tue.Aug 11, 2020

PMI-ACP Supported Self-Study Group with Mike Griffiths - September Start

Leading Answers

Following the great success of the pilot program, I will be launching another Supported Self-Study Group in September. For more details and schedule of Zoom calls email me at SeptemberACP@gmail.com.

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Project Intake Best Practices for Project Managers


Project intake can have its challenges. Project managers often receive project requests in various ways, like instant messages, email, phone, or even through conversation from the elevator to the office.

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How to Write an Executive Summary | Download Word and PowerPoint Template


What is an executive summary? Time is a precious commodity, especially when it comes to preparing business proposals and meeting multiple deadlines. Fortunately, there are ways to control most project details, minimize setbacks, and make sure everyone is on the same page.

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5 Tips to Becoming a Technical Recruiter Candidates Love


So, how do you go about becoming a technical recruiter, and do you really need a tech background? Get educated. You would think that most technical recruiters have a background in tech as well. In reality, that is very rarely the case. You will see very few developers becoming recruiters.

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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?

Critical Path Method, or the path of doom ??

Project Management Five

It's kind of hard to talk CPM with anyone until we all agree upon what it is.

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More Trending

How to Present a Project to a Client


Knowing how to present a project plan to a client is an essential skill for project managers in any industry. When it’s done right, it can land your agency new long term clients. When done wrong it can pour cold water on your client retention or acquisition goals. .

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ROI on PMO dispersal

Musings on Project Management

In the good ole days, say 2019 and before, PMO's invested in physical assets to gather the team efficiently: day care centers built-in; personal services provided; lots of great environment. And, for that investment, the payback was more calories of the workforce individually paid into the project, to wit: more work per worker Now comes dispersal Work from home, or some regional center, or. human factors Project Management

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10 Things Dungeons and Dragons Taught Me About Working From Home


Illustration: Mart Virkus. If you’re not organized, being stuck working from home can feel like being trapped in a dungeon. And things are worse still when you’ve got gremlins in your tech setup. But remote working doesn’t have to be a battle.

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Option B, time to work on self-resilience

Project Management Five

I recently watch a short thirty-minute video series via LinkedIn Learning (it was free via my LinkedIn homepage) from Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant titled Option B. It’s all about building ones personal resilience in the face of tragedy and knowing that you’re not alone.

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Managing The Project Budget - Developing Your Project Management Skills

This eBook describes the process of managing the project budget and its associated costs.

General| Good Reads

Stepping Into Project Management

I hope most of you are still working from home whenever possible and are safe. It has been almost more than 4 months for me working at home and given the situation doing okay. Here are some good reads that I have been reading, to be honest the list was compiled a while ago and then I didn't post.

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