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Overcoming Cultural Barriers to Learning in Projects

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Learning from projects is hard. The very nature of the project environment makes sustained and effective learning difficult, despite being an abundant source of information and knowledge. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author’s website.

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3 Questions to Ask Before Estimating an Agile Program

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Many organizations want to see an estimate for your program (a collection of projects with one business deliverable) before they fund it. So, the teams might spend significant time estimating everything the product owners and managers hope will be in the product from today’s perspective. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then read […]

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Project Methodology: Help or Hindrance?

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​By Ramiro Rodrigues I have heard arguments both for and against the effectiveness of corporations using standardized project management methodologies. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author’s website.

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Project Managers: Stand Up and Be Counted

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Every day, project managers strive to transform ideas into reality. On January 1, 2018, the United States federal government began formally recognizing the work that project managers do and the significance of their contributions to the U.S. economy. As the new year began, the U.S. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then read […]

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Insanely Simple Time Management Tips that Actually Work

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Time management can be a tough job. What is important and what is urgent are often times two totally different things. This same principle is actually true for your health. Where the important issues are almost not that urgent but the urgent issues normally get ignored. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then […]

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The 5 Biggest Project Management Trends Shaping 2018

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Normally I start off these project management trends pieces with a celebration of what I got right the year prior (all my insights for 2015, 2016, and 2017 are still available), but 2018 is going to be different. from Pocket via Did you enjoy this article? Then read the full version from the author’s website.