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Want to Be Top Dog?

by Bob Weinstein

All resumes are not created equal. If you want to move up the ladder, you'd better learn how to write an executive resume!

Wanted: Multitasking Workaholic Generalists

by Bob Weinstein

Have our standards become too rigid? Finding Renaissance superstars in this fiercely competitive job market is no simple feat; it’s no wonder companies are paying top dollar for qualified candidates.

Wanting to Be Right Is Wrong

by Christopher Cook

Project managers have a responsibility to their teams to be a leader, and leaders put pressure on themselves to be mistake-free. But having to be "right" all the time is a detriment, not a benefit. Here are some ways to deal with the want or need to be right…

We Should All Be Learners

by Mike Griffiths

Learning and the need to learn are hallmarks of the professional knowledge worker. To be effective leaders and help promote learning in our teams and organizations, we must embrace and model desired behaviors.

What Are You Worth?

by Bob Weinstein

Do you even know? Before you take that next step in your career, make sure you do your homework.

What Can We Learn from Digital PM?

by Andy Jordan

In the digital world, project management can mean something very different to the traditional concept. What can “old school” project management learn from that?

What CEOs Should Want in a CIO

by Michael Wood

Great CIOs are not necessarily great technologists. They don’t even need to have had hands-on experience in programming, networking or infrastructure. But what they must have is the ability to understand enough about those disciplines to know fact from fiction--and the ability to surround themselves with an appropriate team of IT subject matter experts. For many, this will sound like heresy; for others, a refreshing change from stereotypical norms.

What Do Online Badges Mean to You?

by Mike Donoghue

Popularized in the gaming community and online spaces as a method to motivate, recognize achievement and establish credibility, badges have become a way of life in cyber space. Can they drive us to learn more and perform better in our PM profession?

What Executives Want: Stand Out When You're Starting Out

by Cindy Waxer

There is a lot of competition for jobs for new project managers, and rookie project managers need to stand out among other project managers just entering the field. This article highlights what executives want in new project managers. In doing so, it identifies five attention-grabbing traits a rookie project manager needs to impress executives. Each trait concludes with advice for project managers who are just beginning their careers.

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