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Since we do not learn in large batches, why should we use large-batch learning materials like big study guides and monolithic tests? Perhaps a better approach is incremental learning—in bite-sized chunks with confirmation and testing as we go.
Not many people view project management as “just” a job; it’s usually something more than that. But what exactly does it mean to you? A look at Maslow’s hierarchy of needs can help us find the answer.
Doesn’t it feel like everyone is an expert when it comes to the best way to prepare for the PMP® or CAPM® exams? There are so many choices, but this look at the pros and cons of three common options can help you make the right decision.
So much of who we are can be identified back to what kind of work we do. However, to keep moving forward and adapt to changes requires that we—and our employers—are mindful of our individual career development.
AccountSight is a leading time tracking and invoicing software that is integrated with QuickBooks and PayPal. It is easy, feature rich and robust and ideal for small to big companies.
This is in the fourth installment in an 8-part webinar series, A Billion Dollar Project Health Framework, presented by Uri Galimidi. The series covers an advanced yet practical framework which Project Managers can use to assess the health of their projects. The framework consists of eight key project management areas. This webinar covers An Executable Plan and will include: · A description of the key risk factors within the project management area · Guidelines for assessing when to raise the “Red Flag” for each risk factor · Guidelines on what to do with the Red Flag once you have it raised · Real-life case stories illustrating the risk factor and its impact on your project.
How can you lead projects to double the impact in half the time? We asked ourselves that simple, but provoking question in May 2015. The aim? To rethink the way we lead projects and change that fact that only 30% of projects today succeed. Since then, 3 universities, 17 pilot projects and over 1850 dedicated project practitioners have experimented with and co-created what is today known as the Half Double methodology. A methodology not only based on the latest research, but on what works in practice. Suited for a reality characterized by complexity, chaos and uncertainty. A methodology providing you with the principles, methods and tools you need to capture the potential of your projects.
Project risk is inevitable and must be managed to the maximum extent possible. Risks for complex software projects can be divided into two categories—project risks and technical risks. A potentially avoidable technical risk of Lockheed Martin’s En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) software is discussed, along with a treatment plan that could have reduced the risks earlier in the project.