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Keep Clicking It...

by Sunil Sharma

In the second installment in this look at effective search engine strategies, we empty our pocketbooks in our quest to get listed.

Keep Dreaming

by Donna Boyette

If you think gathering project requirements is easy, wake up and smell the coffee. Figuring out what your client really needs can be a nightmare, but with the right tools and know-how, you could make your client's dreams come true.

Keep It Crisp

by Bob Weinstein

No project manager will dispute the value of a short, crisply written proposal. The reasons are obvious: If you do your job properly, odds are excellent you'll get the deal. All your research, development, building, analyzing and testing phases should rapidly fall into place, cutting implementation time down dramatically.

Keep It Personal: Relationship Count When Managing Virtual Teams

by Manuela Zoninsein

When it comes to managing virtual teams, technology comes with the territory. A project manager obviously needs a way to communicate with team members—and hopping on the next flight to a project site halfway around the world isn’t always an option.

Keep It Short and Fun

by Kimberly Wiefling

There’s a lot going on in a project, so how can you ensure that your communications pierce the consciousness of your busy team? Here are a few creative approaches that have been proven effective in real-world projects.

Keep It Simple, Stupid!

by Brad Egeland

Everything that we encounter on a project doesn't need to be complex. So how do we move from complexity to simplicity on the project? What steps can we take to get there? Here's a look at four ways to keep it simple.

Keep on Evolving

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Maybe you want project management to be clearly and consistently described. Maybe you want the exclusivity of your projects being managed differently from everyone else's. At the end of the day, it really doesn't matter. People do what works. Processes that don't create or sustain value are not going to last very long.

Keep the Change

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

An international IT project management veteran (and poet) shares some thoughts on the importance of change management, including why so many companies do it poorly and how it can enhance instead of stifle creative thinking. Indeed, embracing projects in flux is the only way to move your agenda forward in turbulent times.

Keep the Client Satisfied

by Tom L. Barnett, PMP

Need some transcendent advice for project managers? Learn how to grow your consulting skills and create more opportunities.

Keep the Customer Happy

by Anuj Setya

In a customer-service provider relationship, there is a great deal that the service provider can do to make the relationship productive and vibrant from a project management perspective. Dedication to understanding the customer is key. This means understanding not only the customer's needs, but also the customer himself or herself. Understanding the customer requires thinking about what a requirement means to the customer. And requirements might not mean the same thing to the customer as it does to the project manager.


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