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    Taking the time to do a final confirmation on completed deliverables ensures you and the client are aligned

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    Peer effects are directly responsible for the work ethic of one team member mirroring that of another. Is

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  • Conducting A Pilot May Be The Best Bet For Project Success

    If your project involves large scale organizational change, whether it involves software or not, conducting a pilot prior

  • How to Fight Perfectionism and Call a Project Complete

    If you agonize over details and find it hard to ever call a project complete, you’re probably suffering

  • How to Define A Communication Method For Project Success

    Communication is the backbone of a successful project. Plenty of projects have failed because there wasn’t enough communication

  • Do You Know What Your Staff Isn’t Getting Done?

    As a manager, you probably know to give your staff members input on how to prioritize everything that’s

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  • Make Better Decisions By Conducting Pre-Mortems

    Ever had a project flounder or outright fail and wished that you could have foreseen the obstacles you

  • Is Project Manager An Actual Title?

    Apparently, “Project Manager” means different things to different people. I came across a post in my LinkedIn feed