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When it comes to project management, a PM’s resolutions are no different than any other person's resolutions. In the ever evolving world of project management, it’s important to stay on top of your game, ahead of your deadlines and in sync with your project teams. But of course, like Murphy’s La... (more)
by: Denise Rodriguez in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices    Comments (2)
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Our philosophy has always been to excel one area - Project and portfolio management solutions and services. In the 1990s, there was a movement in the information technology (IT) industry called 'knowledge management.' During that time, many large and sophisticated companies attempted to dev... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Project Management Software Implementation and Adoption Best Practices   
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By Brad Egeland | Follow on Twitter! Meetings. They are one of those necessary evils in life, right? If you’re asked to attend, then you’d better go. Especially if it is your manager asking you to attend a meeting. The problem is, you usually end up sitting in a room or on a conference call... (more)
by: Brad Egeland in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 5, 2016 – Project and portfolio management software provider Project Insight (www.projectinsight.net) has announced all new webinar series to kick off 2016. The most anticipated topic for January - PMP Prep Exam Changes, hosted by long-time partner Diane Buckley, CEO of Cor... (more)
by: Denise Rodriguez in:    Project Insight News   
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In Part I of this month’s blog, we talked about categorizing issues and identifying where they were occurring. Maybe you find out that not enough documentation was passed from development to QA or from requirements definition to development. In this case, it’s a process problem and you can fix t... (more)
by: Angie Smith in:    Project Management for Marketing & Interactive Teams    Comments (1)
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IRVINE, CALIF., Aug 19, 2014 – Project and portfolio management software provider, Project Insight (www.projectinsight.net) announced its upcoming project management webinar, “The Art of Getting it Done” along with long-time partner Core Performance Concepts Inc.(www.coreperformanceconcepts.com... (more)
by: Denise Rodriguez in:    Project Insight News   
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Audience Project managers, executive stakeholders, program managers, anyone with a PMP credential Description What does it take to be an excellent project manager? Yes, it is about knowing what tools to use and when in a project environment you should use them, but how about going beyond t... (more)
by: Denise Rodriguez in:    PMI Project Management Webinars   
When we work with organizations who are looking to purchase project and portfolio management software, we should understand the benefits that they are hoping to obtain out of a system. For the more technical people or IT people out there, we often call that the business case. The business c... (more)
by: Angie Smith in:    Project Management for Marketing & Interactive Teams   
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Expectations are mother of all disappointments and yet, all of us expect something or the other. Similarly in a project management scenario, a customer expects certain objectives or goals to be achieved from the project. Recently, I had expectations that my new company website would look ... (more)
by: Ashish Sadekar in:    Project Management in Information Technology   
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Earlier this month, we wrote about project management in the marketing and interactive industry. If you’re familiar with PMI and PMBOK, then most likely you’re aware of Agile too. So what is agile methodology and how does it differ from project management? Probably the first and bigg... (more)
by: Angie Smith in:    Project Management for Marketing & Interactive Teams   
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