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18July

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In these challenging times, many organizations are faced with huge pressure to deliver change and improve business performance in order to survive. An online project management software tool can benefit. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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18July

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Without a doubt, the most secure way of progressing from a technical role to project management is via the PMP certification route. During your training, you will learn the technical skills necessary to get you to the top and keep you there. Possessing the PMP certificate is a clear statement to both employers and your colleagues that you have attained Continue Reading
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18July

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Last week I gave a talk on Project Management v Service Management at the IT Service Management Forum’s Conference here in Singapore. It wasn’t the best presentation I’ve done in recent years but the topic was a relevant one. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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18July

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Projects and project management are sometimes thought to be the exclusive domain of larger companies. However, projects are simply the means by which we introduce change in organisations, so all businesses, large and small, that are attempting to change and adapt by definition are carrying out projects. Common examples of projects in small businesses may include setting up a company Continue Reading
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18July

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Having a successful services buiness requires the right organizational structure and the right incentives. This article details how to do both. see more Check More at https://www.projectmanagementcompanion.com Continue Reading
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18July

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Eighty percent of construction companies fail within the first two years, with another 18% joining their ranks in another three years. There are various reasons that lead to a construction company going in trouble, including general economic conditions, not being competitive, heavy operating expenses, poor accounting system or even high employee turnover, but none impact a construction business as significantly Continue Reading
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