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How to win negotiations 

How to win — or at least not lose. Whether it’s your salary or your cable bill, a lot of life is up for negotiation. Here’s what works, according to the research. Have a look here : How to win

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Posted in Human Resources & Leadership, Project Management, Risk Management

Manage Project Performance with EVM and Control Charts

This article describes how earned value management (EVM) indexes and control charts may be used in tangent to capture more insight from project performance. It is a very interesting article and I strongly suggest that you read the comments as well!

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Posted in Forecasting, Project Management, Project Management Math, Risk Management

Business Plan vs Business Case

What is the difference between a business case and business plan and what are they used for? I does get a bit confusing some times, although it shouldn’t! A Business Case is an examination of a potential market opportunity at

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Posted in Project Management

Composite organizational structure

In the below post you will find some very useful information about a very common but yet quite confusing organizational structure. The composite organizational structure is on of the 4 principal structures that we encounter in a typical PMP exam (functional,

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Test Drive with prometric

Prometric offers the test takers of select exams the opportunity to take a 30-minute “dry–run” of the test center experience prior to their exam, whenever the test center has available appointments.

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Posted in How to apply for the PMP(r) exams, Project Management, Various

New PMI CCR program

PMI is updating its CCR program, by implementing quite a few changes Have a look at the following link: CCR Update.  

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Posted in Project Management

The most complete article on how to set schedule buffers in MS Project

risk-loaded schedule via EPM Team – ProjectPro: Setting Buffers (Part 1: Schedule Buffer).    

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Posted in MS Project, Project Management, Risk Management

Analytical techniques for risk management

  I’ve recently posted a question (on a LinkedIn Group) regarding the usage of analytical techniques in Risk management. The responses I got where very enlightening, so therefore I encourage you to have a look at them! Analytical techniques for risk management

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Posted in Project Management, Risk Management

Using Cost Resources–best practices

A marvelous post (from Mr Ben Howard)  on how to deal with Cost Resources! via Using Cost Resources–best practise « Ben Howard, Applepark – Project Server Consultant.

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Posted in MS Project, Project Management

Ρόλοι & ευθύνες στη διαχείριση κινδύνων

Παρακάτω, αναλύονται  οι ρόλοι και οι ευθύνες του προσωπικού το οποίο εμπλέκεται στη Διαχείριση Κινδύνων του έργου. Συνίσταται η παρακάτω ανάλυση να συμπεριλαμβάνεται είτε αυτούσια στο Σχέδιο Διαχείρισης των Κινδύνων του συγκεκριμένου έργου, είτε ως παραπομπή σε πάγια πολιτική της

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Posted in Project Management
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