Best Blog Articles of 2012
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Top Articles of 2012! #1-5

by Vicki Wrona, PMP In our last post we introduced you to #5-#10 of our “Best Of” articles from last year.  Our "Best Of" articles are the most read articles of 2012 as determined by you, our readers. We now bring your our top five…
Best Blog Articles of 2012
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Top Articles of 2012, #6-10

by Vicki Wrona, PMP It's that time of year again where we bring you our “Best Of” articles from the prior year!  These articles are the most read articles of 2012 as determined by you, our readers. These articles are relevant and worth a…
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Get a Clue: Using Context
in Your Meeting (or Cocktail Party)

by Karen B. Smith, MBA, PMP: It has been said that it’s good to have an open mind, especially when so much richness can be gained. No, not the “richness” that comes with winning the lottery, but keeping an open mind to catch clues…
Project Manager and the Business Analyst: Who’s Who?
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Project Manager and the
Business Analyst: Who’s Who?

By Karey Rees: It seems like there has been a lot of discussion lately about how the role of a Business Analyst differs from the role of a Project Manager. The answer can be a tricky one especially depending on the organization you work…
Annoying Office Behavior
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Annoying Office Behavior

By Vicki Wrona, PMP: I had earlier posted a popular article on email pet peeves. Let’s continue that discussion by sharing how we handle annoying office behavior. With today’s open offices and greater workforce diversity in terms of…
Managing Projects Through Requirements
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Managing Projects through
Requirements

by Kathy Martucci, PMP: As project managers, we are accustomed, even mandated, to planning our work and working our plan. We build and examine (and re-examine) Work Breakdown Structures and eventual project schedules. We swear our Gannt…