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Turnover Blues

by Bob Weinstein

PMs face higher turnover rates, so you better find out what a prospective employer's turnover rates are like so you're not pounding the pavement eight months after you take your next job. Here is what you can do about it.

'Twas the Night After Christmas…

by Andy Jordan

Who knew you could glean valuable PM insights from those people up at the North Pole? Here we take a look at planning the project post-mortem and actions, Santa style!

Twitter Me This

by Bob Tarne, PMP

Twitter is getting a lot of hype these days, but can the social networking and micro-blogging utility serve a practical purpose in the world of project management? Yes : )

Two Ears, One Mouth

by Andy Jordan

We know a project manager must be able to express clear goals to team members, define scope, delineate tasks and report status to stakeholders. But it is your ability to receive communication — to listen — that gets to the heart of pressing issues and reveals solutions.

Two For One

by Elizabeth Harrin

Though there are fundamental differences between them, the ubiquitous PMBOK Guide and the U.K.-founded PRINCE2 can work well together. In fact, a growing number of project managers are doing just that, using the framework and methodology to complement each other and add value to their projects.

Two People At A Time

by Karen Klein

Support, oversight and personal touches mark the success of the mentorship program at PMI's Atlanta Chapter, which has graduated more than 100 project managers in five years. Where other efforts falter or lose momentum, the Atlanta program thrives on dedication and a hallmark of project management: Making a plan and following it.

Two Problems With PMOs

by Curt Finch Darrel Raynor

Too many PMOs are not yielding demonstrable positive financial results, often due to limitations outside of their control. Here are two common problem scenarios that can be fixed by changing the way in which the PMO is chartered, operates and is perceived within the business.

Two Sides of the Same Coin: Risk Management and ROI in Scrum

by Katie Playfair, Director of Client Services, Danube Technologies

Although the metrics used to communicate risk mitigation and ROI are different, the reality is that--despite it being a lightweight framework--Scrum puts a much greater emphasis on these two areas than waterfall.

Two types of thinking – one for generating and one for narrowing

by Teresa Lawrence, PhD, PMP, CSM
September 05, 2017 | 60:49 | Views: 10,823 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.15 / 5

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get to better ideas faster? If you learn to master just two thinking skills, you can! Many of the PMI supported tools have origins in creativity. As such, these tools are best leveraged when you apply divergent thinking (to generate) or convergent thinking (to narrow). This session will explore the principles of divergent and convergent thinking and provide examples of techniques to maximize their power.


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