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Pitching an IT project? Benefits sell, details don’t

IT Project Management

It makes sense doesn’t it? Which exercise DVD are you going to buy? The one that features 50 different gruelling exercises or the one that promises you’ll drop a dress size in a week? Harvard Business School professor, Theodore Levitt, once put this beautifully, “People don’t want to buy a …

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Are you the manager of projects or peace?

Are you the manager of projects or peace?

Do you spend all your time handling internal politics and conflict? Here’s how to avoid it. My friend Steven, an IT Project Manager with that all important sense of humour, told me this week that he was considering adding to the job description on his business card. Now, it’s not …

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Project Management: How To Improve Your Leadership Skills

Every organization understands the importance of having a good project manager to supervise the achievement of organizational goals and objectives. If an organization achieves its aims through the process of project management, it can see marked changes in employee productivity. However, at the end of the day, a project manager …

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Project Leadership Assessment – Pilot Launched

Leadership in project management is ranked as the top competency for a project management professional today*. The challenge our industry now faces is just how project leadership can be defined, assessed and measured in a meaningful way. Today Arras People launched a pilot project with Goldsmiths College, London and Global …

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