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6
Mar

Project Management’s Holy Grail

Posted by in Blogs, Ty Kiisel: Strategic Project Management

Forget everything you thought you knew about the Arthur legend. The search for the Holy Grail has nothing to do with Indiana Jones or the Crusades. When talking about collaborative work management, we’re really talking about managing capacity. Whenever the … Continue reading

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6
Mar

Does Your Car Have Wheels?

Posted by in Blogs, Ty Kiisel: Strategic Project Management

Of course it does. So does mine and so does your neighbor’s. Whenever the conversation about project management tools come up, it’s really easy to get derailed by the features of individual solutions. Because we’ve become accustomed to comparing tools … Continue reading

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5
Mar

The Problem With Nitpicking

Posted by in Blogs, Ty Kiisel: Strategic Project Management

I don’t think I’ve ever worked on a project where everything went off smoothly from start to finish. That’s not to say they haven’t been successful projects. I am convinced, that by their very nature, projects are unpredictable and often … Continue reading

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5
Mar

Agile Process Posters v2.0

Posted by in Blogs, Derek Huether: The Critical Path Blog

I am happy to announce the collaboration with Pictofigo has resulted with a new Agile Process poster. The new process poster includes product backlogs, sprint backlogs, and user stories. We…

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3
Mar

Official PMI-ACP Numbers

Posted by in Blogs, Derek Huether: The Critical Path Blog

The PMI-ACP pilot has concluded and the Agile Certified Practitioner certification is officially one month old.  The numbers are in!  Per PMI Today, January 2012 concluded with 542 PMI-ACPs.  Not too shabby for…

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3
Mar

How Does Stress Affect the Body?

Posted by in Blogs, Geoff Crane: The Papercut PM Blog

As you move through your life and career, there will be no shortage of issues that cause you stress. Most of us know that too much stress is a bad thing, but not everybody knows exactly what’s happening in the body when things start to get hairy. The following infographic is meant to help folks understand why a little stress […]

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2
Mar

Adventures in the Project Journey

Posted by in Blogs, Raechel Logan: The Team Member Advocate

I am a lover of great literature. One of the most fascinating theories (to me) about literature and story-telling is what David Leeming (influenced by Joseph Campbell) called the “Monomyth,” or the “Voyage of the Hero.” This theory suggests that … Continue reading

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2
Mar

Performance Problem Solving

Posted by in Blogs, Ty Kiisel: Strategic Project Management

In a perfect world, everyone on the team gets along and there are never any problems with performance. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world. That’s even true where I work (shocking, to be sure). Yesterday, along with several … Continue reading

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1
Mar

What Makes a Great Team Member?

Posted by in Blogs, Ty Kiisel: Strategic Project Management

Over the years we’ve all worked with great (and not so great) people on our project teams. Sometimes their greatness is obvious—but not always. In an economy where it’s critical that we create an environment where everyone on the team … Continue reading

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29
Feb

Project Management Student Questions and Answers

Posted by in Blogs, Josh Nankivel: PM Student Blog

Today I share with you an interview conducted by Jacob, who is graduating from the University of Minnesota and starting his first project management job soon after he graduates. I hope you enjoy the interview! Original link: Project Management Student Questions and AnswersRelated posts: 5 Questions You Absolutely Need To Ask Yourself About Your Project

Original link: Project Management Student Questions and Answers

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