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Calm In The Eye Of The Storm

By Belinda Goodrich | May 23, 2012

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson Storm chasers are professionals (or should be) who watch for tornados and hurricanes during the summer months in the southern and Midwestern United States. Their goal is to get close enough to a storm to photograph and video it without incurring any harm to themselves. Some do…

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Our ‘Simple Seven’ Keys To Establishing A Successful PMO

By Belinda Goodrich | September 23, 2011

By Gareth Byatt, Gary Hamilton, and Jeff Hodgkinson Much has been written about how best to establish a PMO. There are many elements to take into account, and this article seeks only to provide what we believe are a few “pointers” to consider. For purposes of this article, we’ll assume that we are in a…

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The Value of Holding Multiple Project Management Credentials

By Belinda Goodrich | July 30, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson Whether you are a current practitioner in program or project management or you are considering a career in this profession, you may have thought about the value of obtaining one or more project management credentials. If you are already certified and/or have one or more credentials, you…

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Project Communications: To Blog Or Not To Blog

By Belinda Goodrich | July 9, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson We have all been told that communication with all stakeholders, particularly the core project team, is one of the central responsibilities of the Project Manager. We support this idea and have mentioned it in several of our previous articles. You may have seen a well-known communications formula…

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Team Sports And Project Management

By Belinda Goodrich | June 12, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson If you spend a reasonable amount of time working on projects, you are likely to hear team members use sports metaphors. This is a positive trait. Sports metaphors can be great motivators and examples of “how to do things.” Beyond the metaphors, can methodologies in team sports…

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Nine Fundamental Steps To Project Success

By Belinda Goodrich | May 30, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson If you are an experienced project practitioner you may be asked at some point, ”What are the key things that a Project Manager should do in order to be successful?” There is no one-line, simple answer to this question. Success depends on many factors, including the organization…

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Cultivating Your Communications In An International Project Team

By Belinda Goodrich | May 14, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson In mid-2010, we wrote an article about project communications which focused on the challenges and techniques of communicating in a virtual team. We gave some examples of when to use different communications mediums to suit the task at hand. In this follow-up communications piece, we talk about…

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Risk Management – The PM’s Best Friend

By Belinda Goodrich | May 2, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson Here’s a question for you to quickly consider: effective risk management underpins a successful project – true or false? Was “true” your first reaction? We believe that you’re right. All three of us are strong believers in the positive value of a well-managed and controlled approach to…

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Project Management For The Small Business

By Belinda Goodrich | April 18, 2011

By Gary Hamilton, Gareth Byatt, and Jeff Hodgkinson If you walk into the offices of many small businesses, you are likely to see notes sticking either on or in close proximity to the desks of the people employed there. Such “reminder notes” are usually serving as prompts and/or notifications for projects or other operational work…

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