Tag Archives: PMP

6 Signs Your Project is Headed for Trouble!

“I have a bad feeling about my project,” stated a young, high-tech Project Manager on a call last week. It seemed that all the project indicators were positive: the project plan was on schedule, expenses were within budget, the issues … Continue reading

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8 Reasons They Want to be on Your Project Team

There’s a bit of mysticism in how project teams come together. The process of assigning people to a project is usually, well…not a process. Project Managers negotiate with Line Managers to get the people they want on their teams. Line … Continue reading

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Playball! – Springtime, Projects, Baseball, and Stakeholders

April in North America is a month of transition. As the winter winds begin to subside and warmer air and spring showers bring colorful flowers, our moods lighten and the gloom of winter is replaced with, well…hope. Spring also coincides … Continue reading

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6 Things to LOVE about Being a Project Manager

I came to a realization this week that I have been “bad mouthing” my profession. Much of what I’ve been writing lately about project management has focused on the negative stuff, the dark under-belly of the profession known only by … Continue reading

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