The Working Circle

13 August 2018
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This internal searching affects those around you. If you are inspired, it becomes easy to wake up early and lead your team. Problems do not seem life ending because solutions get you closer to the ultimate goal. The WHAT and HOW are easily identified. The WHY turns your manipulation into inspiration.

Why Do Only 56% of IT Projects Meet Their Deadline?

26 February 2018
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Every year the Project Management Institute releases an annual study which highlights the flaws of companies across a variety of industries with regards to how they perform with their project management. This year, they focused their study on the performance of IT companies. What they found is a serious statistic that might make us rethink how we start and finish projects. In October 2017, this global association of project, program and portfolio management professionals interviewed 4455 project management professionals, 800 project management office directors and 447 company executives from different sectors, including IT. The study they created shows that, on average, only […]

Why Albeda Sharepoint Shows Why Project Management is Needed in the Modern Education Curriculum

14 February 2018
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What’s the earliest that students should understand how productivity tools should help them with time and project management? According to Albeda, a a regional training institute for secondary vocational education in the Netherlands, it starts as early as possible.

Debunking 5 Project Management Myths

31 January 2018
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Recognizing these and working to overcome the challenge of them being commonplace in the industry can insure that projects are planned, executed, and completed based on best practices instead of misconceptions.

Essential Templates for Project Managers

16 January 2018
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When a project manager is focused on the completion of specific objectives and goals in the effort of bringing together a project, they need to plan, organize, and manage resources to ensure that everyone is on the same page. Projects only stand a chance of being successfully completed when specific and measurable goals are set, and the manager keeps track of the effort and resources put forth by team members. So where do you start when it comes to monitoring project output and deadlines? You could start from scratch and create a custom set of fields and formulas, but if […]

Finding the Tranquility Zone In the Eye of the Efficiency Storm

3 January 2018
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Three way to manage your time so that being efficient doesn’t make your life unenjoyable.

Predicting the Project Management Trends of 2018

6 December 2017
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  As every year’s calendar turns its page to usher in a new era, we must constantly wonder what’s coming to the forefront in order to prepare ourselves on how to handle it. Each profession is constantly greeted with new trends that come forward and are popularized. Sometimes these trends are temporary, acting like shiny new toys that get played with until they appeal wears off and they’re discarded to the corner of the room. But sometimes these trends latch on to the way we do business, their stickiness spreading to a business solution until it’s impossible to imagine life […]

Too Much of a Good Thing: Avoiding Unnecessary Over-Collaboration

21 November 2017
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Just because you’re able to collaborate with roles across your organization doesn’t mean that everyone’s word should carry the same gravity. Understanding the weight and point of view of each of your collaborators before you share your project is vital to your end goal’s success.