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Breaking Free: Leading The Way

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This book won’t tell you about some secret or magical way of changing yourself. It won’t promise you a pain-free route to your success and all of your dreams. This book is designed to help you “shift”… to break free from the old thinking habits that are no longer supporting you and your success.You will read about practical, actionable steps to create new habits and positive self-talk. This isn’t about fixing you; you aren’t broken. It is about shifting to the thinking and valuing habits that are your strengths which naturally release the intrinsic brilliance you already possess. Here are a few topics:•Identify and Shift to your Best Thinking•Discover What’s WRONG RIGHT with You•Better Way to Set and Accomplish Your Goals•How Neuro-Axiology Accelerates Your Achievement•Take a Free VQ Profile Assessment and Receive Action-Oriented Results

How To Stop Project Failure Becoming a Career Derailer by Da

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Research demonstrates that as many as 60% of IT projects fail in some area. Whilst the causes of project failure are well documented, the impact that these failures can have on a Project Manager, is a topic that is less frequently discussed. Although people might not always feel comfortable talking about how they respond when a project fails, as Project Manager's we are likely to be faced with situations in our careers where things don’t go as expecte

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Vendor Management: Contract Preparation

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Need some help with preparing your vendor contract? This presentation will help with the management of delivery and your relationship with the vendor.

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3 Trends that PMs Should Watch

by Carleton Chinner

The future is a blank canvas, but trends today--in automation, aging populations and the fundamental interconnection of people and things--point to outcomes being possible, some say even likely. Here are three trends we are likely to see over the next two decades.

A Project Management Dichotomy

by Andy Jordan

Project management is heading for a fork in the road--you need to approach it with your eyes open and be prepared for change. Here we look at how different “arms” of project management are going to develop as distinct disciplines--and how we can make sure that we have the skills necessary to end up on the side that we want.

How to Develop Your PM Continuing Education Strategy

by Bruce Harpham

Your attitude toward professional development units (PDUs) says a lot about your professional aspirations. Learn how to navigate the world of continuing education in 2014 and beyond. Read on to get help finding flexible continuing education options to suit your budget and learning style.

Phoenix Rising: Tales from PMI Global Congress 2014

by Andy Jordan

There were sessions galore, knowledge from all corners of the globe and vital in-person networking opportunities. There were also peanut butter cups, free pins and an unexpected emergency that prompted efforts illustrating disaster recovery at its finest. Take a trip back to the 2014 PMI Global Congress--and take away more valuable lessons from a PM who was in the heart of it all.

ProjectMan and ProjectWoman to the Rescue!

by Andy Jordan

Project managers are the most humble of all superheroes, but maybe it’s about time to show the world the color of our capes. What better time than International Project Management Day to acknowledge how awesome we are?

Preparing for the Exam with PMBOK Guide—Fifth Edition (Part 7): Quality Management

by Bruce Garrod

Many project managers are not required to build a quality management section into their project plans. PMI knows that and sometimes exploits the lack of practical experience during the CAPM-PMP exam. This article continues the theme of comparing getting physically fit with getting ready for the certification exam.

Study Time: Pros and Cons

by Mike Griffiths

There isn't a single best way for everyone to study--people have different needs and learning styles, so using multiple methods will likely bring the quickest comprehension. To help formulate the optimal blend, let’s review the main pros and cons of each available approach to help create a personal study plan.

Preparing for the Exam with PMBOK Guide—Fifth Edition (Part 6): Cost Management

by Bruce Garrod

The latest in the ongoing series of articles helping you get “PMP fit” explores the often avoided Project Cost Management knowledge area. To paraphrase a well-known company, just get at it. When you have read this article and completed your studying, you may well be asking yourself why you were so concerned about it…

A Simple Stakeholder-based Competency Framework to Reach Success

by Nicolas De Dobbeleer

During a time of ever-increasing productivity needs, training should be extremely focused to ensure high return on investment. It seems important, therefore, to focus on a few key competencies rather than an all-encompassing set of competencies that are needed in different situations.


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