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What to Include in a Project Scope Statement
July 29, 2016

What to Include in a Project Scope Statement

Of all the documents that get created, reviewed and shared over the life of a project—project plans, timelines, budgets, status reports and issue logs, just to name a few—the project scope statement may be the one that has the greatest influence over the project as a whole.

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5 Ways Technology Has Changed Project Management
July 28, 2016

5 Ways Technology Has Changed Project Management

Technology has made a lot of things in life easier, but how has it affected project management? To put it simply, it has changed it in every conceivable way. Advances in software, hardware, communication technology and other areas have transformed the world of project management over the last 20 or 30 years, and things are changing even faster today. While new capabilities often lead to heightened expectations from customers and senior management, the net result is that project teams are able to achieve more in less time than ever before.

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The Importance of Integrated Project Management
July 27, 2016

The Importance of Integrated Project Management

As large organizations implement newer and more effective project management methodologies, they often struggle to ensure that projects and processes are managed in a consistent manner across the entire company.

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Bridging the Communication Gap Between Marketing & Creative Teams
July 26, 2016

Bridging the Communication Gap Between Marketing & Creative Teams

Creative teams often find themselves in an unexpected position within their own organizations: rather than being considered an essential component of the company’s strategic vision, they’re viewed as simple order takers, expected to produce on demand without input into long-term objectives.

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Evolving Project Management Terms for the New World of Work
July 25, 2016

Evolving Project Management Terms for the New World of Work

There are several good glossaries that define and standardize key project management terms, including versions from the PMI, APM, CIO.com, and many others. However, like language itself, lexicons are dynamic and organic – which means that they shift over time to capture new thinking, and just as importantly, shed expired notions.

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5 Ways Collaboration Tools Boost Team Performance
July 22, 2016

5 Ways Collaboration Tools Boost Team Performance

Despite widespread agreement on the importance of workplace collaboration, some organizations have been slow to take steps that would facilitate greater collaboration across their project teams. The most effective way to increase collaboration, of course, is introducing a cloud-based collaboration solution like Clarizen.

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10 Reasons Why Branded3 is Using Clarizen
July 20, 2016

10 Reasons Why Branded3 is Using Clarizen

During my six plus years at Branded3 (and only my second ever blog post), I’ve seen the company grow from circa 20 people – in an old converted barn on the outskirts of a village I’d never heard of – to over 70 strong; split between the Leeds, London and Bath offices.

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How to Pick an Enterprise Project Management Methodology
July 19, 2016

How to Pick an Enterprise Project Management Methodology

Not only can implementing a new project management methodology vastly improve an organization’s efficiency, but it can also increase their capabilities. The trick, of course, is choosing the methodology which is most likely to fit the organization’s culture and business needs.

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What Do Your Stakeholders Need to Know About Your Project?
July 15, 2016

What Do Your Stakeholders Need to Know About Your Project?

Of all the things a project manager needs to manage—timelines, budgets, change orders and so on—the most important of all may be stakeholders’ expectations. After all, completion of any project depends on stakeholders doing what they’re expected to do, and the final determination of whether a project is a success or failure is made by stakeholders as well.

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