How you represent yourself both online and in print is reflected in the words you use. This means demonstrating the skills and achievements you’ve attained in an accurate manner while also trying to grab the attention of both automated and human-based searching techniques. Are you guilty of 10 overused words to sell yourself?
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The estimation game is widely played--and widely misunderstood. Get the kind of estimates that you need by communicating clearly with your client on reasonable timeframes and costs. Once you start playing the game, you run the risk of losing big.
Why do we gave a hard time listening, and what can we do about it? Read on for advice from experts.
Teams will say that they need to learn how to say "no" more often. Actually, they need to learn ways to decline requests in a positive, productive manner. Here are five recommendations for teams to both properly support their stakeholders while also defending their own productivity.
When faced with a burdensome change request, don’t just roll over or flat-out refuse. Instead, use a ‘conditional yes’ to buy time and develop a full picture of the impact. You may make the case to nix the change, but if you still end up implementing it, at least everyone will know what it takes and why it’s important.
A detailed discussion of new technologies in risk analysis, and establishing better methods that encourage constructive conflict behavior and conflict mediation.
A company based on projects for food industry. Process engineering, full constructions.
This article highlights some of the challenges experienced in implementing a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system in a desert environment. Some of the challenges of this large project were expected, while others were seen only during the start-up. Project managers need to be rigid in their project execution skills, but flexible enough to allow for creative thinking when problems arise. However, even the best of plans can be overwhelmed with real-world problems, requiring that a strong project manager come up with creative ideas for restructuring the plan quickly and efficiently.
Projects are not equally risky, and your risk management process should be scaleable to match the level of risk challenge faced by each. How? Here are the elements of a typical risk management process that can be readily scaled to fit the needs of a range of projects.