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A Lesson from a Calendar
By Margaret de Haan
From the time that my twins were born, I have created a yearly calendar for the northern contingent of my family to keep them off of my back about sending... Read More»

Three steps to getting unstuck: lessons learned from a ground squirrel
By Sinikka Waugh
Project Coach, Your Clear Next Step Have you ever seen a ground squirrel in a window well? Let me describe it to you...In central Iowa, some folks call these little... Read More»

Vendor Data Requirements (continued)
By Morley Selver, P.Eng IPMA B
In the last article I started a discussion on Vendor Data Requirements and their importance to your project. This is the vendor data you require with their proposal and later... Read More»

It's a Training Issue
By Ann Drinkwater
Training is a key part of successful project implementations. I've recently noticed an increase in solutions to software or technical issues cited as training issues. Those in the IT and... Read More»

Information Required To Get The Job Done
By Morley Selver, P.Eng IPMA B
Vendor Data Requirements In the last article, I talked about the Standard Component List and it’s importance to your project in helping make sure you get what you want and... Read More»

Show Me the Reports
By Ann Drinkwater
A few years ago I wrote about outsourcing considerations (http://bit.ly/9DpMTI) and another article on cultural considerations (http://bit.ly/c4BpHt). These ideas still hold true and possibly more so, in our ongoing efforts... Read More»

What IS a Quality Management System, Anyway?
By Matt Glei
For many years I worked in a regulated industry, medical devices. In 1999, when I joined people to help create ProjectConnections.com, I thought - wow, project management in non-regulated industries... Read More»

Failure to Follow Fundamentals Equals Failed Projects
By Jerry Perone
Following the fundamentals of project management is as important as eating to feed the body. If you don't eat, chances are your body starts to fail. If you don't practice... Read More»

We Received The Wrong Equipment Again? Put A Stop To It.
By Morley Selver, P.Eng IPMA B
What Does The Owner Want? As a consulting engineer we recently did a project where the specification called out asbestos gaskets. Knowing that asbestos has not been used for years... Read More»

Risk Management, in the REAL World
By Matt Glei
One of the things I've observed in life, in attending PMP prep classes and teaching those classes since, is that most project managers don't spend much time or effort in... Read More»




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