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Male vs. Female Project Managers

  I have previously written two articles about what particularly masculine attributes make men successful project managers (“Do Men Make the Best Project Managers?”) and what particularly feminine attributes make women successful project managers (“Do Women Make the Best Project Managers?”). Many of the comments and tweets that these two …

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Knowing your PERT’s from your Gantt’s

User Acceptance Testing

  Someone said to me recently that they always only use Gantt charts to manage projects. And certainly there are many projects for which a detailed Gantt chart would be sufficient – projects that are simple and straightforward, or similar to other projects previously completed successfully. But when the project …

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The Basics of Project Management

Many project managers are under pressure to estimate projects accurately without being given the time to gather the information required for an accurate estimate. Conversely they are also expected to meet deadlines that were imposed by market forces, such as producing a new product before the competition, which bears no …

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What Does a Project Manager Do All Day?

Being a Project Manager is a multi-skilled role and when I was thinking recently about what exactly that role involved my first thoughts, naturally, were the “managing” aspects. It is fairly obvious that a project manager manages: Budget Schedule Risks Quality Change But being an effective, successful project manager involves …

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APMP the first step in project management

APMP is basically a strategy that is most taken up by many managers and professional project organizers to adequately handle minor or major projects. It is a fact that in every profession, the concept of leadership and management must be known in order to carry out tasks effectively and without …

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