Three Steps to Managing Project Scope

Project management  has many challenges. One of the most challenging things is the management of scope. There are many challenges to scope. Within the life cycle of a project, I would like to focus on the initial development of scope. When do you develop scope, and how do you develop scope? Scope is developed in […]
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Project Leadership: The Context in Which We Make Decisions

Made any tough decsions lately? Project leaders make decisions in real time with limited information or information overload and ever-changing constraints. In order to make effective decisions, the project leader must understand the backdrop or the context within which she is making decisions —   What is the purpose of your project? —  Why does it exist? —   What services, products, […]
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Project Leadership and Encouraging Feedback

Giving encouraging feedback is one of the most important communication skills you can engage in with members of your project team.  And like all project leadership skills, it takes practice to build your confidence and improve. The following is a “formula” for giving encouraging feedback that you can start using with your project team—today. “I have […]
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New Years’ Resolutions

Over the holidays I made some New Years resolutions of the things I wanted to accomplish this year. If you haven’t done this yet, I have some recommendations for you: Read “The Seven Arts of Change” by David Shaner. If you’re looking for a good read dealing with change management with a fresh perspective, this […]
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Project Management and Business Analysis Certifications to Consider in 2011

Hello everyone and Happy New Year! Here I am sitting at my kitchen table thinking about how very many new standards and certifications there are to keep everyone busy in 2011, myself included.  The APMG, PMI and IIBA all had a very busy year in 2010 s producing a wonderful set of new certifications for project […]
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