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MacGyvering Your Way to Project Success

by Brad Egeland

Wad of gum? Check! Paper clip? Check! Strand of hair? Check! If we find we’re stuck in one of those ruts--too busy to focus on the right way to do things and just winging it till fires show up that need to be fought--what do we do?

Maintaining Momentum with Change

by Karen Chovan

Over the years, this practitioner has found that when working on long-term initiatives or on multi-phase projects that never seem to come to fruition, it is worth doing a few things to stay on track.

Make Your Move to Mid-level Project Manager

by Joe Wynne

Like many members of PMI and, you may be an early-career PM. The excitement and benefits of the mid-career PM await you! Get there faster by determining what employers expect—and meeting those expectations better than your competition.

Making Career Development More Proactive

by Andy Jordan

Individuals have a lot more control over their career path than they did in the past, but not everyone is fully taking advantage of that opportunity. It’s time for the next step—a move to proactive career development.

Making Change

by Paul Harder

It happens in everyone's life. You get the promotion or you find a new job. As a project manager, you have many responsibilities to your team and your customers. Here are some tips to help you make your job change as smooth as possible.

Making Holiday Parties Work for You

by Bob Weinstein

There are two absolute rules you should heed regarding your office holiday gatherings: The first is, show up; the second is, behave appropriately.

Making It Your Own

by Craig Curran-Morton

For new PMs, the learning path can be steep and daunting. The concept of making it your own can assist your development as you look to learn and grow as a project manager.

Making Resolutions that Last

by Andy Jordan

It’s one thing to commit to improving, it’s another to deliver. Even with the best of intentions, resolutions can fall by the wayside. In this article, one PM shares a few ideas that he has put into place to try and prevent that from happening.

Making Resolutions that Last

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

The project management field is geared toward implementing best practices and improving processes. There is no better way to do that than spending some time making resolutions. The following strategies will help your resolutions become a reality.


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