Managing Your Portfolio – Leaping those “Change” Moments

As PMO Portfolio, Programs, and Projects struggle to get the most out of their IT resources, capacity management and risk management issues essentially start rearing their heads once the portfolio is in the execution phase. …

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Do you have the right tools to communicate well in your job?


Don’t click here if you like to procrastinate.


Too many methods. Do you know which method is right for your environment?


Tips and general lessons learned for applying professionalism to your environment.


The purpose of this category is to describe how you can use your Project Management skills to manage social responsibility.


PM Tips

scapegoatWith so many items on our plate including our “family” and “social” life. PMs need to be organized from the getgo because it establishes the foundation sustaining a path to success with our projects.

My top three tips:

1) Make a checklist of what you are going to accomplish.

2) Share the checklist with somebody else so that they know what you’re working on what your going to accomplish.

3) Check your attitude. Projects become what you are. Meaning, if you have a good attitude, then  the chances of your project being successful increases!  However, if you don’t like the project, then your attitude will not transpire to the success of the project and more likely to fail.


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