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Elizabeth Harrin
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Elizabeth Harrin 8h
Edoardo Binda Zane shares some great techniques for helping your team make decisions as a group. Thank you Edoardo!
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New from girlsguidetopm: "Can you use Slack for project management?"
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 21
Decisions are taken in all kinds of settings: meetings, on email, in passing. It’s hard to remember what decision you took and the information hidden to remind yourself of why that decision was taken. Get this free decision log to keep track of it all.
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Elizabeth Harrin Feb 8
Wake up with determination. Go to bed with satisfaction.
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Elizabeth Harrin Dec 27
The most innovative thing of all is to stop doing work - maximising the amount of work not done ~ David Taylor
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 20
My To Do list is massive. So I have developed an action log to control my tasks. This free action log template is the one I use on all my projects. It’s an Excel spreadsheet template will help you stay on top of your tasks.
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 19
Deep Dive: Project Schedule Management: Trends and Tailoring
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 19
Replying to @DVincentiPMP
Thank you!
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 19
Projects are constrained by and are dependent on the environment in which they are taking place. In this article we’ll look at everything you need to know about project dependencies and constraints. Plus a free dependencies log template!
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 18
Capacity planning is a way of effectively and easily working out who is available at any time for project work. Learn how to make it easier and increase your efficiency with these planning secrets.
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Elizabeth Harrin Dec 25
A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don't want to go, but ought to be.
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LiquidPlanner Jun 12
We've all experienced projects that don't go according to plan. The good news is, you can spot a project that's in trouble before it goes completely off the rails and take steps to save it. Learn how in our with !
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 17
Replying to @JD_PM
Thanks!
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 17
A great lesson! Just a shame we have to learn it the hard way!
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 17
Now more than ever we are in uncertain times. This type of rapid change and growth requires project leaders to foresee the problems before they have happened and make decisions faster than ever before. Thank you Nadine Rochester for the tips on what to do.
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 17
New from girlsguidetopm: "7 Ethics Tips For Project Managers"
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 14
Working out who does what on your project can be a challenge. A RACI chart is a project management tool that helps you do exactly that. I give you everything you need to know about producing a RACI chart for your project, including a free template.
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Elizabeth Harrin Feb 1
Always give a little more than you promise.
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Elizabeth Harrin Jan 15
There are some changes to plan schedule management in the PMBOK Guide®-- Sixth Edition. You can see them here.
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Elizabeth Harrin Jun 13
You need to know how to get people to do the work at the right times. Project resource management is how you do this. I show you what it is, set out a simple process to do it, describe the tools to help and give you tips to overcome common issues.
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