5 Top Web Meeting Annoyances and How To Avoid Them

April 16th, 2014

More and more nowadays companies are conducting meetings, demonstrations, and training sessions on the Web. Remote workers, different office locations, consulting services, and new product training are all great reasons to use the Web so that everyone can “be in …

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Announcing – A Guide To Project Management!

April 3rd, 2014

One thing that is really hard to find is a good resource describing best practices for project management.  Not everyone wants to or needs to become certified and go through lots of training to be a good project manager. We …

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Eight Management Tips that Will Help You Enjoy Stress-Free Workdays

March 27th, 2014

I know what it’s like to enter a challenging workday — to face the storm, to douse the fires, to withstand the criticism, and to do the hard things that managers have to do. Stress comes with management. Stress researchers …

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3 Steps to Becoming a Better Communicator

March 24th, 2014

There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it. Communication is the heart and soul of what we do as project managers. Just go through your daily routine and try to find a task that isn’t related to communicating with …

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4 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Became a Project Manager

March 20th, 2014

I may not have planned on becoming a project manger, but I did ultimately choose this profession. Before becoming a project manager, I was one of the team members who was managed. Slowly, I began to own the process and …

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Scope Creep – The Two Dirtiest Words in Project Management

March 19th, 2014

So, you are a new project manager or in a different position where project management has become part of your current job. The project is moving along just fine; deliverables are being met, milestones are on track, you are confident …

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Building Positively in Project Management – Motivational Monday

March 17th, 2014

“Believe you can do it and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt  You walk along the African plains on your first safari… oblivious to any danger. You happily giggle at the beautiful zebra herd playing in the sun while the …

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How to Use Gantt Charts For Your Agile Project

March 13th, 2014

Agile methodology was developed out of a need to address common inefficiencies of more traditional project management methodologies in the software development process, such as Waterfall, but you may find that your upcoming project might actually be burdened by Agile …

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TeamGantt Gets an Updated Look!

March 11th, 2014

We are very excited to announce that as of late last night an updated design has been released!  We have gone through and made subtle updates to the colors, fonts, lines, buttons and more.  Next time that you log in to …

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10 Interview Questions To Land Your Dream Job

March 6th, 2014

When people go in for an interview, their main focus is usually on how they will answer the employer’s questions. Often, they don’t realize that the questions that they ask in return will set them apart from other candidates. This …

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