Category Archives: Project Management
September 10, 2014 by rkelly976
Common sense isn’t so common and meeting basics don’t appear to be so basic for far too many. Basics can go a long way to making you look like a competent leader.
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August 6, 2014 by rkelly976
For medium- to enterprise-level project managers, half the battle is often simply keeping track of subcontractors. They aren’t your employees, you aren’t their only manager, and a whole host of paperwork is required to track them and their labor. Paperwork is old fashioned, but documentation is not! Check out the three feature sets commonly included in construction project management (PM) software which can help you manage your subcontractors.
July 22, 2014 by rkelly976
September 24, 2013 by rkelly976
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.