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I Can Think Clearly Now

by Luda Kopeikina

You know how you feel when you have a ‘light bulb’ moment, when suddenly the solution to a problem becomes crystal clear. What if those were regular occurrences instead of elusive moments? Here is how to eliminate three bad habits (often mistaken as qualities) that can cloud your thinking and decision-making skills.

I’m Ethical…Are You? It Depends on How You Look At It

by Michael O'Brochta, PMI-ACP, PMP

How people look at ethics is very much influenced by what life experiences they have had, what values they have adopted, what culture they have adopted, what their religious views are, what organization they work for and what profession they are in.

Impacting Your Teams

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Projects would not happen without teams of people working on them. Project managers have the opportunity to go beyond managing projects and create positive impacts for those people. Are you going the extra mile?

Improving Project Selection

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Project initiation decisions live in the space between strategy and project management. To ensure the right strategic initiatives are supported, organizations need to reframe how these decisions are made, be it politics or processes. Here’s an executive-level roadmap with critical questions to begin a reality check.

In Celebration of Project Management

by Andy Jordan

Every now and then, we need to take a step back and recognize just how important project management is. Those of us involved in it tend to take it for granted--we’re too close to be able to appreciate it for what it delivers. In honor of International Project Management (IPM) Day, let's recognize some of the great things project management is doing...

In the PM Cockpit

by Moe Glenner

Both pilots and project managers are constantly addressing risk, change and uncertainty, filtering a steady stream of data to make decisions that have immediate and lasting consequences. Here are five behaviors, present to some degree in all of us, that left unchecked can make for a turbulent project flight, rocky landing or worse.

Incubating Innovation

by Mike Griffiths

If success goes to those who can innovate the fastest, how do we nurture innovation? The basics are simple to understand—but difficult to implement and stick with in the face of adversity.

Informed Decisions Key to PM Value

by ProjectsatWork.com

A formal decision-making process is “mission-critical” to project and program success, according to a new Project Management Institute report, which finds that a shortage of actionable information available to key players throughout the project lifecycle is a huge roadblock in many organizations.

Informed Uncertainty

by Karen Klein

On new development projects, uncertainty harbors opportunity. The challenge in evaluating each opportunity’s potential value is to replace vague assumptions with informed, quantifiable probabilities. Project portfolio management tools and techniques can help.

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