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wheel invented

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 9 (Parkinson’s Law)

In this final part of our series on delivering projects our schedule, I will share an important and disturbing law of our projectized universe. It is a law that pre-dates the invention of the wheel, and may have…

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Commitment versus Involvement

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 7

Obviously, stating a commitment is separate and different from making a commitment. Commitment is a word that we hear a lot, but it can mean many different things depending on the context. What I would ask is that as you read the rest of this post, do your best to set aside what you already know, believe, or have experienced related to the concept of commitment.

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trust and verify

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 6

This week we will take a look at the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup of project management best practices. …two concepts that sound like they won’t work together, but…

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knowledge sharing

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 5

…we will take a look at a simple, yet difficult topic of looking beyond our own capabilities and tapping into the wealth of resources available to us

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Define Clear Responsibilities

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 3

a quick look at the importance of defining clear responsibilities. But before you deem this as something that is something you already know, make sure to read carefully to pick up on a few critical subtleties to make sure you get the …

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faster communication management

Delivering Projects on Schedule – Part 2

Have you ever worked on a project and thought, “…If we would have discovered that earlier, we could have easily done something about it.” If so, here’s a tip that…

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Effective Collaboration Tool

Project Collaboration Tools: How Can They Be Utilized To Achieve Project Objectives?

Organizations that utilize effective collaboration tools as part of an overall communication management system can see increases in productivity by enabling relevant information to flow between departments, teams, and individuals with minimal friction. Projects can be better managed from a standpoint of what is important rather than getting lost trying to track down information and…

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