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When Elizabeth Met Colin [Video]

Girl's Guide to PM

This article, When Elizabeth Met Colin [Video] , first appeared on Girl's Guide to PM. In this interview I talk to Colin D. Ellis, author of The Project Rots from the Head (which you can get here ) about the changing face of project management leadership.

Understanding the Roles of the Project Portfolio Manager

Project-Management.pm

Management is very important within any organization. Without it, the business will fall into ruin and it would be complicated for teams to prioritize projects and monitor the health and amount of the existing resources. These days, organizations are being pressured by the growth and changes in the market to employ individuals with not just a degree in a certain field but experience, skills, and even certification as well.

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Quote of the Day

Herding Cats

Before we build a better mousetrap, we need to find out if there are any mice out there. Yogi Berra. Quotes

Eviction, and the Belady Algorithm

Musings on Project Management

"Depend upon it: there comes a time when, for every addition of knowledge, you forget something that you knew before. It is of highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones" Sherlock Holmes Keep it short In computer science and data communications, the word "cache" describes memory used to store the stuff you are going to need right away, or nearly. process Project Management Quotations

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?

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The TimeCamp’s Guide To Reports!

TimeCamp

Here’s our guide to reports! Last Friday we were discussing one of TimeCamp’s most important features, Timesheets. We’ve covered their origins, purpose, importance, and we even explained how to use TimeCamp’s Timesheets to their fullest, saving both money and time.

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How to Develop a Successful Buyer-Seller Relationship

Project Risk Coach

Project Procurement Management For most of my career, I have served in financial service organizations. As a project and program manager and PMO director, I’ve had the responsibility of procuring the necessary products and services from sellers. In other words, I was a buyer.

Developing Leadership Skills

Herding Cats

There is always some post about leadership, innovation, and personnel development around agile project management, Having deployed one of the early agile development programs (eXtreme Programming) in a mission critical IT organization, I was part of an approach that is known to work for building leadership and teams. The process focuses on the team and accomplishing the mission of the team. Where team members self-organize for a common goal.

Quote of the Day

Herding Cats

Here's a quote I'm thinking about — “I very frequently get the question: ‘What’s going to change in the next 10 years?’ And that is a very interesting question; it’s a very common one. I almost never get the question: ‘What’s not going to change in the next 10 years?’

Managing The Project Budget - Developing Your Project Management Skills

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

Productivity Articles: Increase Team’s Time Management Skills! 24/7/17

TimeCamp

Another week comes with the most favorite from our roundups. Make yourself comfortable and read these 10 Most Inspiring Productivity Articles from past seven days, chosen by our team! Our blog is a place where we provide all the productivity and time management knowledge.

Deconstructing The Cone of Uncertainty

Herding Cats

The paper on the Cone of Uncertainty is used by many in the No Estimates community as an example of why estimates are of little use. Let's deconstruct the essence of the paper. In this paper, there is data that does not follow the Cone of Uncertainty, in that the uncertainty of the estimates does not reduce as the project proceeds. Then there is some analysis.