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A general of war and a project manager have a lot in common. In this article by author Puneet Kuthiala, he uses Sun Tzu’s The Art of War to describe that the qualities of the general discussed in the book are similar to the qualities a project manag

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You hear people say, “Go with your gut,” a lot in life. A post at PM Student would agree with that attitude, as the author recounts a time where not listening to her intuition caused her project to go totally off the rails. Secrets and Lies The auth

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A project manager has many demands from managing the project’s performance and budget to predicting and handling any risks that can potentially happen. What is a cure to all this? Mindfulness. Mindfulness is paying attention in the present moment. I

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When Harry Hall at PM South refers to the “curse” of PM knowledge, he is really referring to the curse of Bla-BlaBla. The cuse of Bla-BlaBla was laid on unwary project managers long ago as they sought to achieve a perfect state of terminology and co

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When all the pieces are in place, project management should be a pretty straightforward task. But the truth is that the pieces are seldom all in place, and assembly is almost always required. Jennifer Lonoff Schiff writes for CIO Asia about nine thi

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Innovation is a multifaceted process. It starts with the creation of a product, but then extends into how the product is made, how customers receive it, and how it generates value. Robert Toledo writes for PMI about why setting up processes and poli

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