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Project Management Central

Okay--here's your chance to spill your guts--everything you ever wanted to know about project management but were afraid to ask.

Knowledge Management

Some things are just hard to manage--your business knowledge shouldn't be one of them. Chat with others about anything and everything in the world of KM.

Package Selection

Selecting the right package for your business needs is crucial to your success. You might not always want to take the test drive, so here you can talk to other PMs who have been around the Package Selection block--get their advice, ideas and expertise to help you pick the right package.

Process Improvement

Let's talk process improvement: Who can't use new ways to improve their processes?

Pulling Together What's There

Enterprise systems contain a wealth of information. How about integrating your current systems to maximize their full value? Here you can toss around some options and get feedback from people who have done just that.

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Project directory structure

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What's the best way to structure a project directory to store project management deliverables and project deliverables from project initiation to closure? Note: Currently the team does not want to u ...


Synergy event

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Hi all.. has anyone been to one of the Synergy events (London) before? Is it an all day sit-down affair with the speakers, or more of a series of "drop-in" type seminars and trade stands? ...


PM Training

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In my city PMStudy and the Knowledge academy conducting boot camp. I signed up for the PMStudy unfortunately that was cancelled. How is knowledge academy's training? Any suggestions? ...



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