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The Checklist every organization should use

Every organization has large initiatives they need to break down into task assignments. Action item lists are a great way to bridge the gap from the big picture of the project plan to the execution phase. These checklists facilitate a DYJ (Do your job)...
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5 Reasons Projects Fail: #4 Procrastinating bad news

A version of this post was originally featured on enterprisersproject.com. You can read the original here. Communicating bad news as early as possible is one of the most critical functions of project leaders. Yet, it’s one of the hardest parts of...
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Personality Traits of a Successful Project Manager: A soft and strong approach

In our last post, we covered the negotiation skills necessary to manage projects successfully. This post will outline the personality traits that allow project managers to get the job done. Effective Communication, with an Understanding of the Biases...
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Attributes of a Successful Project Manager: Negotiating without Compromising Quality

In this series, we will outline the qualities you always see in successful project managers. Since project management is really the process of managing an array of business controls, the skills required to execute that are quite broad. Any project manager...
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How to Do Project Management Staffing Right

As the economy recovers, capital spend is returning to perform more projects, increasing the demand for qualified project resources.  Unfortunately, leadership for these new projects and programs cannot always come from within.  The organization may...
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Project Assistants Announces New Executive Leadership Workshop

Strategy, Portfolio Management and Project Delivery are like the gears of your organization, engaging with each other to drive the organization’s vision. Leading Project Leaders is a new executive program that works with your organization to hone...
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