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Gear Up Your Team to Manage Project Deadline (Part – II)

Gear Up Your Team to Manage Project Deadline In the first part of Gear Up Your Team To Manage Project Deadline, we looked at how project manager needs to identify exact resource-mix in his/her project team and act accordingly. In this part lets see how a project manager can create enabling environment for project team...CONTINUE READING
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4 Types of Stress Project Manager Faces and How PM Can Manage Stress

4 Types of Stress Project Manager Faces and How PM Can Manage Stress Fellow project managers, let’s take a step back and think about it – broadly what type of stress do you have to face and then what are the typical situations which puts you under pressure. Dr. Karl Albrecht, renowned management consultant has defined four common types...CONTINUE READING
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Project Manager: How to Manage and Deal with Stress?

Project Manager: How to Handle Pressure and Deal with Stress?(Part-I) When you see someone in the organization is talking to customers, vendors, interacting with project team members, creating and updating project schedule, gathering project status, preparing spreadsheet data, participating multiple calls, and attending endless meetings. It means that you are watching is a project manager’s daily episode....CONTINUE READING
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Project Management Guide: Project Communication Planning

Project Management Guide: Project Communication Planning In previous post we briefly touched how to planning risks of projects, in this post we will look at planning of project communications. You can jump to Project Planning | Project Scope | Delivery Schedule Planning | Resource Planning | Cost Planning | Quality Planning | Risk Planning |...CONTINUE READING
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Tips to control derailing project

Are you realizing that your project is on the verge of getting declared as DELAYED; then you should deliberate seriously about following tips to control progress of the project before it falls into the trap of actually getting delayed. Go back to the drawing room & work out potential but necessary arrangements that need to...CONTINUE READING
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