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Four Steps for Effective Project Risk Management

Cost overruns, missed deadlines, resource shortages – these are the things that keep project managers up at night. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If you are prepared for common project risks, you can rest a little easier. Consider taking these four steps to mitigate the inevitable risks… Read more

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Don’t Get Fooled Again: How to Find the Right Project Management Professionals

Interviews are staples of hiring, but they can be a minefield. There are project management professionals with immense potential who don’t interview well and duds who can talk a good game. Here’s what to look for to identify project management candidates with the right skills who will bring a balance… Read more

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Speaker Spotlight: Ruth Pearce

About the Author: Ruth Pearce is a practicing project manager, author, speaker and coach who specializes in bringing the well-researched evidence-based practice of character strengths to project management teams. Learn more about Ruth’s philosophy with her book Be a Project Motivator: Unlock the Secrets of Strengths-Based Project Management, available on… Read more

How Does Your Team Deal with Project Resource Constraints?

Resource restraints can quickly derail projects. How can your team effectively deal with them? These bottlenecks can include shortages of staff, equipment and other resources required to effectively complete a project, causing missed deadlines and increased costs. How can the Theory of Constraints help IT project managers address these issues?… Read more

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Why Data Visualization Tools Are Crucial to Your Enterprise

Many progressive businesses and organizations are actively using data visualization tools over traditional methods to reap multiple benefits in terms of cost, time and effort. Data visualization tools can help cut to the chase and reduce time spent in various stages of your project. On the flip side, organizations that… Read more

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The Art of Pivoting: Highlighting Your Project Management Skills While Switching Industries

While many skills learned within project management are transferrable across industries, it can be challenging to make a broad career jump. First-hand project management experience makes your shift into leadership roles within new industries far less of a struggle than you’d anticipate. Whatever your reasons for changing industries, you can… Read more

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Four Keys to Maintaining a Long-Term Vision in Project Management

Effective management of resources, people and time is more important than ever as projects in the IT space require more advanced management solutions. Streamlining talent, focusing on key performance indicators and driving change through innovation require high-level management with a focus on the vision of the end goal. Your ability… Read more

Why Project Managers Need to Upskill in a Global Economy

If project managers want to keep pace with rapid globalization, they need to develop new skills and embrace transformation. Lack of qualified project management professionals could cost companies millions of dollars in the future. In general, from a specialist skill, project management is fast moving on to become an in-demand,… Read more

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How to Quit a Project Management Job on Good Terms

No matter how much you like your colleagues or the company for which you work, there is always a certain uneasiness about quitting a job. However, resigning from your job does not mean you have to end your relationship with your former boss and colleagues. What’s more, in order to… Read more

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How to Create and Promote a Culture of Continuous Improvement

The best companies instill a culture of continuous improvement to stay productive, creative and profitable. Even if your business is doing extremely well, creating a culture of continuous improvement keeps your employees engaged, interested and committed. If the company stops improving, your competitors are likely to overtake you and the… Read more