Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fun with Project Management: Laws to Remember

CARLSON’S CONSOLATION: Nothing is ever a complete failure; it can always serve as a bad example. COHN’S LAW: The more time you spend in reporting on what you are doing, the less time you have to do anything. Stability is … Continue reading

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Leading for Success, Every Step of the Way

Project professionals across industries speak to us from time to time about their career goals and challenges. A common (and highly admirable) goal for many is to improve their leadership capabilities. Improving one’s own leadership skills can often lead to … Continue reading

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Archiving for Success: Are you contributing to your Organization’s Business Intelligence?

One of the largest events of our time, the 2012 Summer Olympics, has recently wrapped up in London. As one might expect, many years of planning, coordinating, political maneuvering, and executing went into the project. From TV broadcasts and streams … Continue reading

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