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Project Communications: More Is Not Necessarily Better, Sometimes It’s Just More

13 February

One of the phrases you often hear bantered about is “communication is the key to success” and when failures occur in a project (or a business), it was in some way due to a “lack of communication” or a “failure to communicate properly” across the business units, departments, entities, and individual participants involved. Then to […]

The Project Manager (and Project Team) Holiday Wish List

12 December

It is that time of year when our attention turns to thinking about the upcoming holiday – the decorations, the holiday celebrations, parties and food, the gifts for family, friends, business associates and our staffs. What to give though is always a difficult question. Many of us struggle to find that perfect gift, personalized and […]

Defining Project Requirements Begins With Identifying Project Stakeholders

14 November

One of the leading causes of projects not meeting their objectives is the failure to fully and completely define the project requirements. One of the leading causes of failing to define project requirements is a not understanding the full range of stakeholders that have an interest in your project. Most of what is written about […]

Small Business Project Management is a Smart Business Investment

13 May

Projects happen no matter what size your business is.  And sometimes you aren’t even aware there are projects going on.  They’re called assignments, emergencies, new initiatives, and whatever the owner wants done this week.  Big and small, long or short, cheap or expensive. In reality they are all projects.  However when it comes to project […]