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The Leverage of Language
By Chris Cook, PMP
READ TIME: 5 minutes Everyone knows words have power. They can be said to hurt, manipulate, encourage, empower, and so on. The power of ‘I’ shows accountability and responsibility. In... Read More»

It Is Not About Happiness
By Chris Cook, PMP
“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” – Sigmund Freud When I was a fresh-faced 18-year-old graduating from high school, I started... Read More»

Think Like a Sponsor
By Randy Englund
Most all actions have thinking as their origin. Being more mindful of what goes on in our own minds, as well as what key stakeholders are thinking, goes a long... Read More»

Being World Class, Part 3: PM Skills, Maturity, Judgment, and True Know-How
By Cinda Voegtli
This is my final installment of reviewing the book The World Class Project Manager - A Professional Development Guide. If you missed the first two installments, see #1 here and... Read More»

How do you become a world-class manager of projects?
By Cinda Voegtli
In The World Class Project Manager – A Professional Development Guide, Robert Wysocki, James Lewis, and Doug DeCarlo provide a very useful background on the role and career of "project... Read More»




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