Getting Things Done, or GTD for short is a time management method. GTD is the idea of moving planned tasks and projects out of the mind by recording them and then breaking them into actionable work items. This allows one to put primary focus on taking action.[Read more…] about A Guide to David Allen’s GTD System
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In 2019, there will be some notable shifts in Project Management solutions. As cloud computing and IoT and integrate themselves into professional climates, information and application consolidation follow suit. If you’re not up-to-date on cloud apps facilitating operational infrastructure management solutions, you may want to re-evaluate.
The shifts from 2018 to 2019 likely won’t be fundamentally drastic, but there are definitely going to be some changes worth taking into account. The following are five changes that will likely direct the course of the year.[Read more…] about The 5 Biggest Project Management Trends Shaping 2019
Managing client relationships is a vital aspect of the success or failure of a company. The path to obtaining and maintaining loyal customers is easier than you think. I’m going to share with you some of the best practices I have used for growing client relationships.
Are you starting a new project and have no idea how to organize the information you have gathered? Or maybe you’re initiating a client project and you’re not sure how to present your initial assessment results? Believe me, you’re not alone. You can do all these with Planning & Discovery (P&D) reports. In this post, I am going to explain what a Planning & Discovery report is, why it is important for a project, and how you can easily create it with confidence. So let’s get started! [Read more…] about Modern Enterprise Business Report – Planning & Discovery
Project managers are the backbone of any successful project, but their roles are often down-labeled to simply reminding teams about deadlines or setting up status meetings. Looking at project management from a traditional perspective, a PM’s job requires a deep understanding of five specific phases, that enable success for a project. These are:
In today’s workplace, it is quite common for teams to be comprised of in-house and remote workers. The days of having everyone in the office are long gone, and we are moving full steam ahead into the virtual workspace. With this ever-evolving environment comes new challenges and ways to overcome them. The age of managing a remote team is here.
In this post, I’m going to share with you the best tips and tools that I use to manage a productive remote team.