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Domain Name Game

by Mike Donoghue

If you haven't given much thought to registering desired domains, you better start thinking. Early action can eliminate headaches down the road.

Don’t Forget These Stakeholders

by Bart Gerardi

Project leaders know that identifying and managing the relationship with key stakeholders is critical to project success, but sometimes equally important indirect stakeholders get missed. Who are they?

Don’t Let Your Customers Define Your Work

by Andy Jordan

There has been increasing recognition that meeting the needs of a customer is important. But there are limits when it comes to PMOs—which shouldn’t be allowing customers to set their priorities any more than they should be setting those priorities themselves.

Don’t Shoehorn Your Projects

by Ken Rock

The best process for your project should be determined by careful consideration of key factors, including overall complexity, the level of risk involved, and time-to-market requirements. Often, a flexible hybrid approach fits best, but it must agreed upon by management and the team before the project starts.

Don't Assume You’ve Got A Can Opener

by Brian Bozzuto

There are many on-time, on-budget projects that are total failures. They fell victim to false assumptions. The most successful projects blend rapid learning with rapid iterative delivery. In fact, these capabilities are intertwined, and we achieve the best outcomes when we practice both.

Don't Be Disrupted by New Technologies

by Joe Wynne

New technologies will increasingly be brought in to your projects to solve business problems. You can be disrupted by this—or use it as an opportunity to show that you are a project manager ready for the future. Here are some tips to prepare yourself.

Don't Be Trivial

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

Have the roles of project manager and business analyst become trivialized? Yes, thanks to “preposterous, ponderous” paperwork, according to former CIO and current business agilist Michael Hugos. Here he elaborates on his provocative view, including the five questions that every project leader should be focusing on getting answered, instead.

Don't Call Us (We Might Call You)

by Mike Donoghue

The National Do Not Call Registry is facing opposition, but the support it has received from the public speaks volumes. How does it affect your business? If your corporation's CRM policy is to act like a thug and make a nuisance of yourself, be prepared. Things could be changing...

Don't Shmooze? You Lose!

by Mike Donoghue

This book review takes a look at the art of schmoozing in Mr. Shmooze: The Art and Science of Selling Through Relationships.

DRAG Racing On The Critical Path

by Stephen Devaux

Critical Path has been around for a while, with proven benefits in identifying and managing project delays, but it is still often misunderstood or neglected. In part five of the Total Project Control series, the author proposes two additional metrics to bring greater visibility to the value of the critical path method.


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