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Magic Kingdom Service

by Mike Donoghue

The use of the term “Mickey Mouse” is often considered a demeaning form of slang. But while there were times in the past where the Walt Disney Company vision may have faltered, its brand has persevered and become stronger--to the point where that descriptor is a badge of pride and excellence. What can you learn from that popular rodent?

Mainstream Green

by Andy Jordan

Over the last few years, environmental concerns have become a normal part of doing business--and the opportunity to differentiate yourself by simply being green has disappeared. Now you stand out from the crowd if you aren’t environmentally conscious in your projects.

Maintaining Documents

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Documentation is very rarely kept up to date often enough—and is usually out of date a few days after it has been approved. When working on a project, out-of-date documentation can be a major issue in executing the project correctly.

Maintaining Momentum in BI Projects

by Joe Wynne

In an initial business intelligence project, you run the risk of failure from loss of the initiative’s momentum due to inadequate support from business leaders. What tactics are needed to defeat this loss of momentum?

Making Meetings Meaningful With a Project Management Mindset

by Jennifer Morin

Meetings are often viewed as "business as usual," with stakeholders dreading each occurrence and calendar invitation. Adopting a project management mindset will propel meetings to the next level by treating each meeting as its own project, enabling you to plan proactively, execute effectively, adjust accordingly and close meaningfully.

Making More of Metrics

by Wayne Turk

How do you know how your project is doing? Metrics are going to be part of the answer. Here’s a review of some commonly used metrics … what they can measure … how to choose the right ones for your project … why a simplified dashboard can help … and pitfalls to avoid.

Making Sponsorship Work

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

As catalysts for collaboration to providers of protection, sponsors can bring many benefits to strategic initiatives. But a hierarchical culture can severely limit this potential value. Project leaders need substantive interaction with sponsors that goes beyond review/approval and offers end-to-end engagement and support.

Making Your Commitment to SFA Succeed

by Tom Keenze

Making sales force automation part of your CRM efforts isn't as crazy at it might sound. In fact, it's a great step toward complete customer and client care.

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