Tag Archives: project team members

5 Tips For Starting A New Project

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In this article, Jason Westland shares 5 things that will help you start projects in a professional, organized way. If you?ve been asked to run a new project, congratulations! This is a great time. It?s an opportunity to set things up how you want them from the beginning, and potentially to meet some new people […]

Do you praise your teams enough?

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Guest post by Erika Flora Years ago, I heard this great quote that has really stuck with me and become somewhat of a mantra. It is as follows: There is no limit to the good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit. General of the Army George C. Marshall What a […]

Lessons Learned in 2008: Web 2.0 Style

Filed under Lessons Learned | Posted by PMStudent

I’m relatively new to Twitter, but I think I’m officially addicted. It’s a great way to connect with like-minded people (if you use it correctly!) I decided to ask my “followers” (I call them my “tweeps”!) on Twitter to “tweet” me their own personal top lesson learned in 2008 regarding project management. Here are some of the responses…

The Alpha Project Manager Revisited

Filed under Leadership | Posted by PMStudent

CIO.com published Six Attributes of Successful Project Managers this morning, by Meridith Levinson. The six points outlined are focused on general soft skills, which seem to be exactly right in my book.

Here are the six attributes, with my $ .02 thrown in.