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Keep It Simple, Stupid!

by Brad Egeland

Everything that we encounter on a project doesn't need to be complex. So how do we move from complexity to simplicity on the project? What steps can we take to get there? Here's a look at four ways to keep it simple.

Keeping Scope Controlled

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

One of the hardest parts of leading a project is keeping the scope controlled. It may not make you any friends to practice good scope management, but it will help the projects stay successful. Take a step back and make sure you know the basics of when, where, what and how to manage the scope on a project.

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