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Heading up a private equity business

Private equity, or venture capital, is an investment made on the strength of rigorous analysis with clear intention and purpose. Private equity investment firms provide capital to small businesses and startups that show potential, or larger established companies that are underperforming at present and need to be “fixed up.” With …

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New technologies revolutionise Kanban

Experts agree that as the world becomes fully connected, a non-stop, always-on communicative environment is changing the way we live and work, making project management increasingly difficult. More and more, project managers work with teams spread across the globe who often feel as if they are constantly being bombarded with …

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How to Suffer Successfully

How to Suffer Successfully, is the title of chapter four in Alain de Botton’s first book of philosophy, How Proust Can Change Your Life. The same idea is the theme of The Adversity Paradox by J. Barry Griswell and Bob Jennings. The Adversity Paradox is full of inspiring examples of …

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Stakeholder Management Maturity

Ethical management and corporate governance are about balancing the competing needs of all of the organisations stakeholders, balancing long and short term goals and being socially responsible (CSR or Corporate Social Responsibility). The good news is empirical studies consistently show organisations that focus on these objectives also consistently out perform …

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200th Project Management Podcast released

Popular podcast celebrates 200 episodes of helping people understand project management with an interview extravaganza show. SILVERADO, November 29, 2011 – The 200th episode of The Project Management Podcast is released today, celebrating 6 years of bringing project management topics to beginners and experts. The four-part episode includes interviews with …

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