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Dear Dan, I am the eternal optimist. I live to be of value to others and somehow always want to do more. But lately I’ve come up against some personal issues regarding my… Continue reading → [...]

Dear Dan, I am the eternal optimist. I live to be of value to others and somehow always want to do more. But lately I’ve come up against some personal issues regarding my… Continue reading → [...]

To show how we deliver a fully integrated Mendix RAD platform that runs seamlessly on the SAP Cloud Platform, we are addressing two essential topics during our sessions at SAP TechEd - Learn more. [...]

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The project management office - or PMO - is generally considered the proper project management infrastructure for project-centric organizations.Does your organization run and manage individual projects to get internal and external customers work done? Or do they just assign people to develop software and work with clients in planning, risk and issue management? If they run mostly projects than you likely have - or should have - a centrally focused and managed project office. Why? Well, to know [ [...]

Dear Dan, I’d like to start a new process with my team where we meet once a month to share projects, accomplishment, challenges, etc. The goal of the monthly meeting is to sustain… Continue reading → [...]

Dear Dan, I’d like to start a new process with my team where we meet once a month to share projects, accomplishment, challenges, etc. The goal of the monthly meeting is to sustain… Continue reading → [...]

Linkedin – love it or hate it, you can’t deny that it’s become a premium recruitment platform (even though that wasn’t the original intention – or was it!) Here at Arras People, we’ve always said that the Linkedin profile you have is not meant to be a direct copy of your CV – it’s supposed … The post 7 Linkedin Tips for Project Professionals appeared first on arraspeople. [...]

It always starts innocently enough. An overlooked detail, perhaps. An illness on the project team. A vendor sheepishly admits they can’t supply something for another two weeks. Whatever the cause, project delays can cascade like an avalanche – a snowball can quickly grow into a skyscraper-sized mass bearing down on you and wiping away everything […] The post Preventing Project Delays: The Two Tools You Need appeared first on Proggio. [...]

I’m doing something I’ve never done! This post is a transcribed comment from a Leadership Freak reader. Back in the mid 90s I worked at one of the larger Nuclear Power stations. I… Continue reading → [...]

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