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Hidden Value Matrix


Many failed projects contain "pots of gold" that make the next project run more smoothly and more economically. Using the Hidden Values Matrix, you can estimate the positive effects that your "less than excellent" project will have on future endeavors.

Hiring Compliance Checklist

by Joe Wynne

This template has been designed to assist the project manager to hire, interview and select employees in compliance with the many U.S. federal laws that cover these activities.

How Requirements Repositories and Reusability can Help Achieve a Competitive Advantage


What does a requirement look like? Is there a standard structure for them beyond just "one line on your spreadsheet"? Requirements information varies a LOT in structure. How the information is used and "who needs to use it" varies a lot as well. At some point there are much better ways to manage them then on that spreadsheet you've been using.

How to be an Effective Team Leader


Discusses how the expanding global marketplace has placed a new premium on a leader's ability to manage geographically distributed teams. The solution lies more in understanding the internal and external dynamics than using the newest software tools that keep us connected. This course provides new insights and skills that will enable you to coordinate, communicate and collaborate more effectively with team members, regardless of location.
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How to Calculate Cumulative Cost Curves


Use this template to create a cumulative cost curve if you have a good idea of how your costs will be broken out over the life of your project.

How to Conduct Your First Project Team Meeting


The champagne and confetti from the project kickoff are a memory. Now reality sets in. It's time to schedule that first team meeting, that first true test of your project management skills. This presentation will let you review what you need to be prepared for and will help you prepare your agenda for this momentous occasion.


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