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Taking Advantage of Employer Training Opportunities

by Joe Wynne

With the right attitude and basic plan, you can benefit from a variety of training provided free by your employer. You may even be missing some options—even though they are right under your nose.

Taking Advantage of Uncertainty

by Bob Weinstein

What do you do when you learn your company is about to be merged with a giant conglomerate, sold to the highest bidder or downsized to cut costs? It can be a career-altering opportunity. Find out how chaos and uncertainty can be a career catapult.

Taking Charge of Our Digital Identities

by Mike Donoghue

The exponential growth of the digital world may promote greater opportunities overall, but there is the possibility that if we are identified and marginalized as groups and individuals, we run the risk of being segregated and dismissed because of our digital profile.

Taking Charge of Your Requirements

by Jiju (Jay) Nair, PMP

Project teams usually wait for requirements to be ripe before attempting to collect them. But would it be helpful if they collaborated with business teams to identify, prioritize and prototype the requirements? The answer is a resounding yes.

Taking Control

by Rob Dickerson

The emerging portfolio management discipline is finding acceptance and delivering benefits in the area of IT Governance.

Taking Effective Minutes

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Project work is only as good as its weakest link--and oftentimes, documentation is the culprit. Here are a few pointers for making sure that effective minutes are captured in meetings that happen during the project.

Taking Flak for Leadership

by Denise Thompson

Do your team members really believe they can trust you? If this doesn’t strike you as important, you may want to examine your leadership skills. As this practitioner reflects on her actions (and the actions of colleagues that have earned success and failure), she has noticed a pattern....

Taking It to the Top

by Richard Lepsinger

Leaders in top-performing companies are capable in four areas — managing paradoxes, leading change, participative leadership, and leading by example. But even the best leaders need help from operational systems that balance, coordinate and align responsibilities, skills and strategy.

Taking On Project Demons

by Eric Bergman

In navigating your way through a haunted house of overzealous stakeholders, zombie spreadsheets, Frankenstein systems and other project management nightmares, you might take some inspiration from popular demon hunters.


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