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Managing Talent: Bringing out the Best in Your Team

by Michael Wood

You have a staff of direct reports, perhaps a handpicked team or maybe a group you inherited when you took the job. Either way, you want them to perform at their optimum potential—but how? Here are some talent management concepts you might find helpful.

Developing a Gantt Chart (Excel)

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by Vinod Kumar Paidakula

Need help with your project schedule? A Gantt chart is a simple yet effective visual tool to give you a snapshot of all the important elements. Get help creating one in Excel with this template.

Procurement Management Register

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by Stefan de Vries

This document can be used to manage procurements in your project. A procurement is the process of acquiring products or services from third parties. This process includes any preparations, the actual purchase and controlling the compliance with a contract or agreement.

Project Management View from Rail Transit Programs and Projects

by Henry Hattenrath

A collection of articles sharing project processes, design and construction experience, best practices, and lessons learned along with operational knowledge related to executing programs and projects in the rail transit industry.

Transitioning a Co-located Scrum Team: Lessons Learned

by Sally Wycislak Bommen

Many companies are outsourcing to India, and the process of creating an agile, distributed team could have many potential pitfalls. Here, lessons learned are shared based on two years of continuous improvement to get a strong, contributing agile scrum team.

A Navy SEAL's 40% Rule

by Christopher Cook

Ever feel like you have nothing left to give? You have worked all the hours possible, and the only thing left to do is have your head hit the pillow. What if someone said you still have 60% more to give? A difficult task requires more of us, and we have more to give. This extra unknown potential makes the impossible possible.

Containing Volatility of Scope

by Suresh Randadath, PMP, TOGAF9

Not managing scope can seriously jeopardize a project, as the scope is the bedrock on which the product or solution is built. Understanding the various reasons for scope expansion in terms of customer- and vendor-induced expansions and how to define a good requirement are important building blocks.

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