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17 Powerful Ways to Learn Project Management

Project Risk Coach

Years ago, I had a great job managing about 50 Information Technology professionals. However, I wanted to become a project manager. Therefore, I made a difficult decision to change companies and jobs. Consequently, I needed ways to learn project management quickly.

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Project Charter Example and a Comprehensive Guide (+Template)

PM Basics

Project Charter helps to link requirements and scope of a project to its objectives. In this article, you’ll find a Project Charter Example for a real-life project. In addition, you can get a simple template I developed and used throughout 10 years as a software development project manager.

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Project Prioritization


Best practices to prioritize projects. Suppose your organization’s annual planning exercise comes up with 50 projects that would cost perhaps $10 million, but you have the capacity and financial resources for only $2.5 million, you are in great shape, right?

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Cloudy Conditions: Clarifying MS Project’s Plans and Pricing Structures


The Microsoft Project product family has so many solutions, pricing structures, and platforms to choose from that it can be confusing to many people on what to use. In this article, I hope to clear up some of this confusion and make some predictions. Let’s begin by comparing the different solutions.

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Are Your Embedded Analytics DevOps-Friendly?

Does your analytics solution work with your current tech stack and DevOps practices? If not, any update to the analytics could increase deployment complexity and become difficult to maintain. Learn the 5 elements of a DevOps-friendly embedded analytics solution.

How To Make Your Project Management Socially Intelligent (With Kim Wasson From IvyBay Consulting LLC)

The Digital Project Manager

The post How To Make Your Project Management Socially Intelligent (With Kim Wasson From IvyBay Consulting LLC) appeared first on The Digital Project Manager. DPM Podcast

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How To Do a Feasibility Study


Before committing time, energy, and resources to a new project, PMs and executives want to know: Can this project succeed? And even if the project is successful, will the outcomes justify the cost and effort it took to achieve them?

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How to Actively Do Nothing as a Scrum Master


Description Scrum Masters do a lot at work, but many say it is a thankless job. What’s the meaning of a thankless job? We also hear Scrum Masters actively do nothing, and that confuses.


Wigwam: A Bulletproof Roadmap to Explode your Sales in the Next 90 Days

Brad Egeland

Get More Traffic, Leads and Sales. Wigwam combines a Data-driven Strategy, Web Design, Content Marketing, SEO, PPC and Sales Enablement to Generate High-value Traffic, Leads & Sales for B2B firms. Increase your Traffic and Leads through High-ROI SEO & Paid Media Campaigns.

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UNDONE Cause and Impact


To understand the Undone work, one must first understand the Definition of DONE. Definition of DONE as pre-Scrum Guide states, “When a Product Backlog item or an Increment is described as DONE everyone must understand what DONE means” In other words, the DONE means RELEASABLE.

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How Embedding AI-Powered Analytics Can Give You a Competitive Advantage

Embedding dashboards and reports aren’t enough. Futureproof your application by offering instant, actionable insights that will give you and your customers a competitive advantage.

A Brief History of Work Time [Comic]


When did resting go from a basic human right to laziness? The Grind. The Hustle. The #TGIM. . There’s nothing wrong with loving your job, but there’s a difference between being professional and being busy for the sake of it.

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Lessons for MNO carve out towercos in defining their data strategy


From pureplay grass and steel towercos to diversified infracos, and from companies building their business from scratch to towercos being carved out of MNOs, Sitetracker has a history of working with some of the biggest names in the sector.

Thinking we’re not creative enough

Lynne Cazaly

Many of us think we're not creative. At all. Perhaps it's more that we don't feel 'creative enough' to respond in the ways we need to today. We all have creative potential in us, but the cry of doubt, ‘I’m not creative’ is enough to make an idea run and hide! If we could be a little more creative than we are. if we could achieve a lift in our creative capability, we could tap into the clever solutions we’re truly capable of.

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