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Types of Students – Not All Are Learners

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: I have trained thousands of professionals over the past 11 years and have observed a direct correlation between the different types of students and their success rate. My personal observation and the help of some…
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What is Project Management Anyway?

(For those who really don’t know, and for those who really think they know.) By Dr. Gerald Mulenburg, PMP: We are pleased to welcome a new contributing author, Dr. Gerald Mulenburg. We are sure you will find his articles helpful. Project…
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Using Dr. Oz’s Info on Circadian Rhythms to Our Best Business Advantage

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: In September, Dr. Oz had a show on the best time to do anything. In it, he discussed several things that we can use to our benefit at work. This information centers around working with our natural circadian rhythms. From…
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A Matter of Balance – Management vs. Technical Role

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: Why do organizations constantly rely on their PMs to also perform key technical work on a project? Several reasons. One is reality. We are doing more with less now, and the reality is that we may not have the personnel…
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Some Abuses of Project
Management Best Practices

By Craig Covello, PMP: In this article, let's explore the use and abuse of best practices in project management. It’s fair to assume that there are a large number of opinions on this matter, as are the number of anecdotal examples that…
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The Perfect Mistake

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: We’ve all made mistakes, and we’ve all witnessed both good and bad examples of how to react to those mistakes — sometimes on a very public stage. Professionally, what can we learn from these? First, let’s discuss…