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How to Capture Lessons Learned

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Recognize and document lessons so that future project teams do more of the successful things and less of the unsuccessful things.

How to Conduct Your First Project Team Meeting

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The champagne and confetti from the project kickoff are a memory. Now reality sets in. It's time to schedule that first team meeting, that first true test of your project management skills. This presentation will let you review what you need to be prepared for and will help you prepare your agenda for this momentous occasion.

How to Handle Issue Management in a PMO Setting

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We all have issues, and so do our projects. A good project management office has processes in place to handle issues as they come up. Here is a sample process to put into place issue management handling procedures within a PMO setting.

How to Measure and Accommodate Change

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A well-documented project plan is your best way of managing change. But how exactly do you measure and accommodate change? This presentation helps you learn to do just that.

How to Update Everyone on Your Project's Progress

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If you want to maintain high project morale while simultaneously keeping every project team member's eye focused on the prize, you need to let them know how their contributions are moving the project forward. Here are some ways to do just that.

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