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Project Management Collaboration Tools FAQ

Girl's Guide to PM

I ran a subscriber-only webinar a while back about trends in project management collaboration tools and the barriers to adopting new technology in a project environment. I think people had a great time and the feedback was fantastic.

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The Twins – Communications Management and Stakeholder Management

MPUG

The following true story was shared in one of my classes by a senior manager from a global corporation in South Korea. The manager’s team had worked over six months and was gearing up for a firmware release with a specific set of features.

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How To Build A Workflow Management System (+Examples)

The Digital Project Manager

The post How To Build A Workflow Management System (+Examples) appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. General

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The Complete Guide to Time Management

Teamweek

Illustration: Hanna Lee Joshi. Do you ever wonder how some people manage to get so much work done, while the rest of us barely make it halfway through our to-do list? If you identify more with the latter, you’re not alone.

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Epicflow Summer 2020 Updates: Skill Management, Multigroups, Unit Pool, and More

Epicflow Blog

We at Epicflow are doing our best to provide you with the best opportunities modern technologies can suggest.

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Teamwork without email is a reality now!

Binfire

The email has been hailed as the greatest communication tool, and at the same time the ravager of productivity in teams. Time has come for teamwork without email. One of our competitions, Asana, calls itself a productivity tool for teamwork without email.

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Break It Down: Write A Great Work Breakdown Structure (W/ Emily Luijbregts)

The Digital Project Manager

The post Break It Down: Write A Great Work Breakdown Structure (W/ Emily Luijbregts) appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. DPM Podcast

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Why Is a Business Impact Analysis Important in Project Management

Wrike

A business impact analysis (BIA) is an essential tool in your business continuity arsenal. It is designed to identify the anticipated costs (qualitative and quantitative) of any disruptive incidents that may come your way — from bottlenecks in your supply chain to business loss, and more.

Three C's of PM

Musings on Project Management

Usually, I say the 'three C's' of PM are: Communicate Communicate Communicate Which, in actionable terms are: Tell them what you're going to tell them Tell them Tell them what you told them But, as I view the PMO through the lens of a small business, I'm wondering if the daily thought of a PM doesn't go to: Capital (meaning project financing) Community (largely virtual these days) Project Management

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