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    Turnaround Artist member content open

    By Oyvetsky, Marat Projects falter for a variety of reasons. Whether the root of the problem is delays, budget constraints, scope shifts or a poorly aligned team, turning a project around goes beyond simple analysis…

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    Solving Sponsor Woes member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate Problem sponsors —whether they are monsters who flood the team with too many demands or wafflers who disappear when pivotal decisions must be made—remain prevalent. And they can wreak havoc on…

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    Damage Prevention member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The danger zone for deadly natural disaster knows no boundaries. Last year alone brought severe flooding in China and Peru, devastating earthquakes in Mexico, historic hurricanes in the United…

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    Competing Interests member content open

    By Oyvetsky, Marat It's a dream role for consultant organizations: oversee an entire program for an enterprise customer. But things can get tricky for IT program managers. Larger enterprise customers tend to rely on…

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    Rescue Mission member content open

    By Wenger III, Fred Rescuing a troubled project is among the toughest tasks a project manager can be assigned. But if you are given the opportunity to become involved in a project rescue, I highly recommend taking it.…

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    A strong start member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate Effective projects start by deciding where they will end. Clearly marking the finish line helps team members keep their eyes on the prize -- and make sure they're moving in the right direction.…

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    Prepare for the worst member content open

    By Somani, Sheilina Bad things can happen on any project: Your major stakeholders fail to respond to project queries in a timely manner; a solution doesn't appear to be shaping up as you'd anticipated; a major decision…

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    Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Washington, D.C., USA member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Not every black swan is a catastrophe. Unexpected windfalls can have an enormous positive effect on an organization. This article details how a federal organization saw its project portfolio budget…

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    Strike A Deal member content open

    By Fretty, Peter Now part of the business lexicon and adopted by companies both large and small, the outsourcing trend is rapidly giving way to multisourcing—or the divvying up of pieces of a project to multiple…

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    For the Greater Good member content open

    During a large-scale disaster relief IT project, Chamindra de Silva and his team found that managing in times of crises involves quick thinking and flexibility.

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