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    Retrabajo de equipo

    By Bryant, James El desempeño del equipo de proyecto central probablemente sea el elemento más importante para el éxito de un proyecto. También es uno de los que más se pasan por alto. Aunque las brechas de…

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    Retrabalho em equipe

    By Bryant, James Odesempenho da equipe principal do projeto pode ser o elemento de sucesso mais crítico de um projeto. É também um dos mais negligenciados. Embora as lacunas de competência ou o desligamento de uma…

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    Team Rework

    By Bryant, James The performance of the core project team might be the most critical success element of a project. It's also one of the most overlooked. Although competency gaps or disengagement among a team will…

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    The Power Within

    By Patra, Priya In the world of mobile app development, testing can be very onerous. Every application needs to work seamlessly across the entire mobile device landscape, from Apple's iOS to Android and beyond.…

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    Don't Waste Knowledge

    Done right, knowledge capture and transfer set project teams up for success.

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    Perfect Harmony

    By Jones, Tegan When the city of Strasbourg, France decided to upgrade its symphony hall and convention center, it was mostly looking to expand its space. But during the bid process, architecture firms Rey-Lucquet…

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    Home Away from Home

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The world is looking at the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. There were more than 21 million refugees in 2015 -- with the Syrian war the leading source of refugees. As demand for…

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    In the Rearview Mirror

    By Rockwood, Kate After a long haul, project managers and team members might feel the urge to wrap things up so they can move on to the next big thing. But giving short shrift to the debriefing process could…

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    The blame game

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Fingerpointing is a frequent occurrence on failed projects. But blaming others for overruns and delays only impedes efforts to successfully resolve a project's challenges. This article examines how…

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    The buck stops here

    By Kent, Simon One of the most significant factors to project success--along with understanding project scope--is understanding project accountability: Only when all team members--including project managers and…

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