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  • PM Network

    Desperately seeking talent member content open

    By Zupek, Rachel After months of steady decline, the global economy is finally showing signs of stable recovery. And with recovery is coming new jobs. But the job market, and the business landscape, are vastly…

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    Innovative techniques in training and development of project management personnel member content open

    By Tuman, John. | Seigler, G. Gil. During the 1970s, Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO) faced a rapidly changing environment, one in which it experienced a sharply increased demand for its services. In response, the company…

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    The middle ground member content open

    By Kroll, Karen M. Finding the perfect job is often a matter of working in several types of fields and holding numerous types of positions before discovering what one can do and wants to do--and just as important,…

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    A model program for project manager training suited to Japanese conditions member content locked

    By Wakasugi, Takaaki An engineering company's future depends on both its engineering staff's skills and knowledge and its capacity to develop its staff's talents. This article outlines a career development program (CDP)…

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    PMs at Hewlett-Packard change ways they work with technical professions member content open

    By Cusimano, James M. At the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Company in Palo Alto, California, United States, project management training was presented in a five-module program called Technical Leadership, a research-based program…

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    Transforming IT project managers into business leaders member content open

    By Ward, J. LeRoy IT project managers are no longer viewed as technocrats without business vision or management skills. More corporations are recruiting, developing, and investing in IT project managers and creating…

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    The great talent exodus member content open

    By Swanson, Sandra A. When the global economy began its sharp downturn two years ago, many organizations had no choice: They released employees and eliminated positions to reduce spending, in the process losing valuable…

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    Chained to the desk? member content open

    By Leung, Linda Today's business environment increasingly demands that project professionals work longer days and more hours per week. But such demands will, over the long haul, lead to less productive performance…

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    Building leaders member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Even after hiring top-level project managers, organizations can fail to achieve the project results they need to compete in their industry. One cause of such failure is an organization's lack of…

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    Effective middle managers are becoming project managers member content open

    By Sayles, Leonard R. Because project management is gaining recognition as a critical business function, middle managers are increasingly integrating the discipline into their realm of responsibilities. This article…

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