Wed.Dec 04, 2019

How to shrink your project with the Minimum Viable Product: 5 Tips for Minimum Viable Projects


Germany is known as the industrial nation with the 99.9% solution. We are expected to deliver a perfect engineering performance, but real innovation? You'd rather look for it in Silicon Valley.

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Know the Difference between Mitigation plan and Contingency Plan


A project manager and the team have a high reliance on delivering a successful project. The team has to explore risk factors that may impact the project. For these risks, effective responses are a necessity. Risk mitigation and contingency response planning are one of them.

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Organizational Structures that Support Faster Innovation and Evolution

Leading Answers

Organizational agility is the ability of an enterprise to change direction, realign and succeed in volatile, uncertain business environments.

Cost Management Basics

Cost management is the process by which one plans and manages the budget of a business or project. In the case of a project, it helps the project manager estimate what the project will cost and set in place controls by which they can reduce the chance of the project going over budget.

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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?

2020 Project Management (Part 4)

Girl's Guide to PM

Watch Part 1 here. Watch Part 2 here. Watch Part 3 here. Transcript.

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2020 Project Management (Part 3)

Girl's Guide to PM

Watch Part 1 here. Watch Part 2 here. Video begins: Hello, welcome back to video 3 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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What makes a great project manager? The 10 most crucial project management skills for 2019 (and how to develop them)


What makes a truly great project manager? Is it being organized? Driven and motivated? A great communicator? All of the above and more. There’s no single project management skill that’s more important than the others because, at its core, project management isn’t a single job.

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Risk Management – 5 Tips to do it right | Video

Online PM Courses

Shift Happens! Things go wrong. So, as a project manager, you need to be able to manage risks. Here, I offer you 5 Tips for great risk management. The post Risk Management – 5 Tips to do it right | Video appeared first on OnlinePMCourses. Project Management Tips Project Risk Management video

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How to Turn Your Quarterly Plans into Action


How often do you look back at the last few months and wonder where the time has gone? What did you actually get done? It feels like you were just running around, dealing with one fire after another, but the list of ideas you wanted to implement is still just that– a list.

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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.

Explaining Your Employment Gap

Arras People

An employment gap is something that can occur in anyone’s career and there can be many reasons, either positive or negative as to why it occurred.

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Webinar Recap: Understanding the Cost Model in Microsoft Project


Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Dale Howard’s Understanding the Cost Model in Microsoft Project webinar being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members.

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Making Web Conferences Accessible

TrustRadius Project Management

Our future as we know it not only should be accessible, but will be accessible. Humanity will not make gains without investing in the development and improvement of tools that provide users with disabilities to fully utilize them. According to the U.S.

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When is enough. enough

Lynne Cazaly

This week I've posted on 4 things: How much INFORMATION is enough. How much THINKING is enough. How much WORK is enough. How many REVISIONS are enough. Enough. It means 'adequate, sufficient, ample'. Our research, thinking, working and revisions can be either a productivity winner. or a productivity killer. When we spend more than enough time researching, more than enough time thinking, and then overworking and reworking, we need to pause, stop, and understand: - what we are doing, and. -

Top 5 Project Management Report Templates

These FREE most popular templates will help you perform your role more efficiently.

Bad News Doesn’t Get Better With Age

Bridge the Gap Consulting

Have you ever heard a child give good news? It can be almost comical. They’re really excited. They trip over words. Lots of hand motions. Smiles galore. This is the best day ever! Conversely, have you heard them give bad news? They first try to hide it from you.

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Working in uncertainty

Lynne Cazaly

A phrase often heard in the startup world and a mantra of entrepreneurs striving to make forward progress is 'start before you’re ready'. It’s a motto that can apply to many of us. OK not surgeons or pilots! Yet we can spend (waste?) a lot of time waiting for the ‘right’ time, or waiting until we ‘feel right’ or for the right path to appear.

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How to Set Goals to Skyrocket Your Managerial Career

GanttPRO Project Management

Improper goal setting can jeopardize your department and have the opposite effect on employees that you want. Recent studies show that only fourteen percent of employees have a good understanding […]. News GanttPRO Productivity Project Management Team Management Tips

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How many revisions are enough?

Lynne Cazaly

Reworking, editing, checking, changing. How long do we spend working on the next version? Documents, reports and presentations travel up and down a company's hierarchy to be changed, edited, revised, and approved. Changes are made but it’s still not sent out or shared. It’s time for another round of changes. And another round. Up and down it goes. The heart of the message gets lost and in its place, a wordy banal message like every other.

Using Continuous Customer Testing for Pandemic-Proof Product Success

Speaker: Luke Freiler, CEO and co-founder of Centercode

After weathering recessions with a wide range of iconic customers, CEO and Product Manager Luke Freiler has seen first hand the impact the Voice of the Customer has had in making or breaking tech companies during hard times. He's going to walk you through an agile process for continuous customer testing that saves you time and gives you full confidence in your products — no matter how many you're sending out the door this year.

How to Set Goals to Skyrocket Your Managerial Career

GanttPRO Project Management

Improper goal setting can jeopardize your department and have the opposite effect on employees that you want. Recent studies show that only fourteen percent of employees have a good understanding […

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