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5 Important Project Management Tools

While different project management skills are crucial for a project manager, project management tools, on the other hand, can be very useful for everyone involved in a particular project. These tools are helpful in any project in which different results are possible, risks exist and therefore requires resources, proper planning and organizing activities to be […]

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Building a PMO [Infographic]

The Program Management Office, more commonly known by its abbreviation PMO, is a centralized team within high-performing organizations. It has the responsibility of defining project management standards, as well as maintaining them and ensuring that projects within the organization adhere to them. This is an important entity for organizations to succeed. A statistic worth noting […]

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3 Secrets of a Successful International Project Team

Although running a successful international project is similar in many respects to running successful projects elsewhere, it does come with its own unique quirks and challenges. Fortunately, if you are going to take charge of an international project, you do not need to go in unarmed and rely solely on your ability to pick up […]

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4 Ways to Mentor a Junior Project Manager

A newly appointed manager is chosen based on merit and proven track record, hence he/she is technically well-versed in the field. The daunting task lies in managing a team of employees. The process of mentoring can be a big help in boosting the junior manager’s confidence. A senior manager takes the former under their wing […]

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Using Agile Project Management Methodologies in Any Project

Is it possible for Agile Project Management Methodologies to create a new ecosystem in the life cycle of Project Management? Agile Project Management (APM) has a proven track record of creating balance with advanced methods while remaining structured. Agile focuses on the customers needs, by communicating project expectations timely and directly with the customer. The […]

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4 Things to Look for in a PMO Leader

For many companies, the project management office (PMO) serves as a nexus of the company‚Äôs operations. Through the use of the standards devised by the PMO, it determines how projects are planned, what happens to field updates, how progress is monitored there and a host of other related activities. The PMO, though in a subordinate […]

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