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PM Tip, Week of 23 June

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PM Tip, Week of 23 September

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PM Tip, Week of 27 May

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PM Tip, Week of 18 March

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PM Tip, Week of 15 January

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PM Tip, Week of 18 September

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PM Tip, Week of 7 August

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The Importance of Confidence and Estimates

As a project leader, it’s critically important to be earnest – have an intense conviction and confidence in the plan. Staying calm and confident is reassuring to the team, sponsor,  and stakeholders alike.  The team will take their cues from you, follow your lead, and rise to meet any challenges or setbacks in a positive […]

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Project Management and Joint Accountability

© 2013 Ray W. Frohnhoefer, MBA, PMP, CCP   The Oz Principle was originally released around 1994, but the authors (Craig Hickman, Tom Smith and Roger Connors) felt an update was required in 2004 and also have a few sequel works that are much newer (Journey to the Emerald City, How Did That Happen?).  These […]

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A Plan for Success OR A Recipe for Failure?

By:  Susan Peterson, M.B.A., PMP Copyright 2013, Susan Peterson, All Rights Reserved  This article focuses on factors that need to be addressed early in the project life cycle in order to avoid later problems.  Many times, these critical considerations are either overlooked or deferred.  If an issue seems particularly loaded with political maneuvering and ramifications, […]

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