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You have no new massages – A deep tissue lesson for IT Project Managers

My Project Manager friend, Colette came back from her lunchtime massage today, not as relaxed as she...

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good Projects?

I was inspired by a recent Facebook post by a friend who asked, in a status update, "Why do bad things happen to good...

7 Reasons why IT Project Managers were born to blog

"You're so passionate about Project Management, you should write a blog about it," one of my colleagues said a couple of years back. That's how...

Straight Talk on Project Management VOLUME II – Free E-Book

With the success of my first eBook, I am delighted to publish Volume II. The book covers a wealth of topics from Stonseed's Project Management...

WARNING! Don’t ignore the IT project warning signs

I was sitting on the M1 in traffic the other day, the gantry lights above were displaying a huge red X above the inside...

How To Hire Best Fit IT Talent. The 7 Step Strategic Partner Checklist

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh once estimated that bad hires had cost his firm company "well over $100 million". Almost half of hiring/HR managers (41%)...

A poor workman blames his tools – is this true in IT project management?

            "It's a poor workman who blames his tools." I heard this, for the first time in years, during the analysis of why an IT Project...

6 Golden Rules of Project Management

A project manager’s position carries a lot of responsibilities, and for those who find themselves in this position for the first time in their...

Managing Project Scope and Scope Creep

When working on a project of significant scope, it’s highly likely that the end result will look different from the initial plans. This is,...

Controlling Scope Creep

It is quite normal that the business requirements for a project will change after the project has started – requirements become clearer once tasks...

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Mentoring and project managers – get the best out of a team

Project management isn’t just based on cost and analysis and dealing with stakeholders and your existing team – you also need to...

How to equip yourself for a distance learning course

If you are planning to do a distance learning course then read on to see our tips on how you should best...

Transitioning to working from home as a project manager

If you are a project manager working from home how can you know if your team have everything covered. Read on as...

Podcasts for Project Managers

Podcasts are a great way of keeping up to date on all the latest industry suggestions, here we look at just 4 of the...

Training employees in new techniques – things to consider

Are you implementing new techniques in your business? To ensure your employees change how they work it isn’t as simple as just...
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