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People, Projects, and Organizations

27 Jan 2015 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

What Makes for A Great Project Manager?

Project managers are essential players in the world of business. Companies depend on these employees to organize, motivate, facilitate, communicate, and ensure that meaningful progress is made on a daily basis. Without these individuals directing the flow of production each and every day, business would no doubt come to a standstill. However, the business that […]

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23 Dec 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

5 Must-Have Skills for Project Managers

A project manager is the driving force behind a project. Project managers need to be able to look at the big picture of a project and seamlessly adapt to any changes that arise as it progresses. At the same time, they must manage the daily operations of the project and make sure everyone is doing […]

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02 Dec 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

5 Tips for Achieving Project Success

When it comes to project management, sticking to a project’s timeline and budget is never an easy task. While there are countless factors that can alter a project while it’s being completed, project managers need to adjust to these changes to achieve project success. But, that’s easier said than done. According to Gallup.com, many large […]

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25 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

Your Most Important Work is Project Work

Organizations have two types of work in today’s business environment: day-to-day work and project work. Both have a unique purpose and benefit to the organization. However, the latter is much harder than the other to get completed; but, its impact on the organization’s performance is very high. Day-to-Day Work Day-to-day work is the work that […]

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20 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

Why Project Phases Aren’t a Project Management Concept

There are lots of people who think project phases are a project management related concept. The fact is, project phases are more of a work and deliverable concept. Project phases get confused with the project management process groups defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI): initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing. These process groups are […]

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18 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

What is a Project?

The formal definition of a project is: a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. Temporary, meaning projects have starts and finishes. They are finite in time. Unique product or service, meaning they are not mass-produced or a frequently repeated action or process. Categorizing something as a unique product or service is very […]

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13 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

What Are Project Deliverables?

The formal definition of the term project deliverables is: any unique and verifiable product, result, or capability needed to perform a service that is required to be produced to complete project. In simpler terms, project deliverables are what have to be produced from a project to meet the project objectives and stakeholders’ expectations. They are […]

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11 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

How to Kick Start Your Project Plan with Learning Objectives

A learning objective describes what training participants should know or be able to do at the end of a project management training course that they couldn’t do before. Learning objectives are related to a participant’s performance. Each individual learning objective should support the overarching benefits (goals) of the course, that is, the thread that unites […]

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06 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

Start With The End In Mind: Project Deliverables

Project deliverables. If you think that sounds like an overly complicated name for something, you’re right! It is. The name may be complicated but what the term “project deliverables” describes is everyday things. Project deliverables are anything a project intends to produce. It most definitely includes the end results but also the items that need […]

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04 Nov 2014 Posted by Ben Snyder CEO

Why Do IT Projects Fail?

The main reasons IT projects fail are lack of confidence, no alignment, fuzziness, and confusion. IT projects also fail when business requirements are gathered incorrectly. View our infographic to see a systematic breakdown of why IT projects fail. Try our free ROI calculator to see how your organization can improve its project performance.

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