Category Archives: Project Management
September 24, 2013 by rkelly976
As part of the #pmFlashBlog, I was asked “What does Project Management Mean To Me?” and I was so excited to participate. Project Management is everything! Are you up for the task?
July 17, 2013 by rkelly976
The ability to effectively communicate is key to being a successful project manager. For this post, I talk with award winning, certified Toastmaster and Area Governor for Toastmaster’s International, Jasmin Kelly, about how to be a better communicator.
June 25, 2013 by rkelly976
What you may not know is that there is some basic project management knowledge and terminology that is very useful when working with other certified Project Management Professionals. Having some basic project management knowledge is worth it. It might even help you become better organized and lead you to yet another promotion.
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May 21, 2013 by rkelly976
All to often, gaps in your IT capabilities are identified but then internal stakeholders fail to fully engage and the appropriate projects are never implemented. In this blog post, we will share 7 tips to for IT managers to overcome this is a hurdle and secure the support they need to grow the value of their organization.
April 29, 2013 by rkelly976
Things are going to go wrong in your projects at some point. Even if you are careful there is still sure to be some problem or other which you simply can’t avoid, so how will you let other people know when this happens?
April 1, 2013 by rkelly976
You know every PM role has unique requirements, which may be related to industry knowledge, a line of business within an industry, or even technical experience. It is critical for the PM to understand how their relationship with recruiters can effect their career. In this guest post, Tom DeGuattro if Bridge Technical Talent shares that insight.
March 11, 2013 by rkelly976
Web technologies have made it easier than ever to gain access to a talented and affordable freelance workforce across the globe. Hiring freelancers has many advantages, particularly for big projects or one-time projects. For instance, you can speed up the job through increased task delegation and even make international projects more convenient by having representatives where the action is. But on the flipside of this shiny coin, there are certain challenges, too. The distance means you have less control over their work, and it can sometimes take extra effort to get freelancers in sync with your in-house staff. Fortunately, there are some efficient ways to avoid those bumps on your project’s path and reap the rewards of remote collaboration with a team of freelancers.