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4 Key Drivers For Team Engagement

Girl's Guide to PM

I’m still constantly surprised when I hear that people work in a command and control style management hierarchy. It’s not something I’ve been part of for years and I don’t believe it works – at least not in a project management, office-based environment. If I was a front line soldier I would probably think differently. I talk to a lot of project managers though, and it still seems that some of them are stuck in environments where being told what to do is the norm.

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Making Agile Work With Metagility (With David Bishop From Agile Worx)

The Digital Project Manager

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KeyedUp 2020: Unlock the Power of Your Portfolio


The excitement is growing because we are only six weeks away from our KeyedUp Conference where we take a deep dive into KeyedIn solutions, plus the latest trends in PPM, PMO methodology and transformative digital tools. You are probably not surprised to learn that we are doing this as a virtual conference, with the expectation of a live event going forward. Virtually or in-person, we intend to deliver an annual program that is powerful, highly informative, and a great investment of your time.

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A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Delegate Work


A Simple Guide On How To Delegate Work Effectively Delegation is not merely assigning tasks and waiting until the work is finished. It is about choosing the right people for the job and making your expectations clear and concise. Great Leaders Properly And Easily Delegate, Poor Leaders Make Delegation Harder Than It Is.” Like most founders I’ve known over the years, when I first started my venture ProofHub , managing people was something that was a whole new experience.

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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?

Employed But Overworked: Working in a Pandemic


The other day, I received a notification on my Google calendar: Tomorrow’s workday starts at 6:30 a.m. I glumly cleared the notification from my phone, turned off my light and went to bed. The week prior, my supervisor had reached out regarding my contract extension, telling me that the extension had been approved?.This This meant that I could now work with the Story Development team. In my office, that team begins its workday at 6:30 in the morning.

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The 10 Best Project Planning Tools In 2020

The Digital Project Manager

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Project Management, where failing doesn't always mean you're a failure

Project Management Five

You’ve been working on a project to bring a new widget to fruition which would allow the Sponsor Company to double the planned output of manufactured purple oranges. However, only weeks before your widget project was to be delivered, the company changed the specifications on the widget and you were not able to make the deadline. The plug is pulled and your contract terminated. While not the point, I don’t think I’d eat a manufactured purple orange anyway.

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Using Resource Planning Views to Better Manage Large Workforces 


You know the phrase “less is more”? Incorrect math aside, you can rest assured that no PM in history has ever uttered those words. It’s always better to have more resources, more time, more money to get those projects off the ground and completed. That doesn’t mean there aren’t some problems that come from managing a large workforce. Far from it! Double booking resources, making sure you scheduled Tom R. for the client’s meeting instead of Tom K.,

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The Stakeholder Report is now a standalone site! ??

Project Management Five

These last two week of running the The Stakeholder Report (formerly the Daily Update) has been a tremendous learning environment for me - and many of you. With the unexpected success of the daily newsletter I've opted to make it its own site @ TheStakeholderReport.com. This will allow paid subscribers unrestricted access to all past issues of the newsletter without the normal clutter of my daily posts here on the home site. For those who aren't yet subscribers, what are you waiting for?

Managing The Project Budget - Developing Your Project Management Skills

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

The Stakeholder Report, No. 13

Project Management Five


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The Stakeholder Report is now a standalone site!

Project Management Five


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