Self Development? Me?…sorry, I’m too busy for that

Self Development? Me?…sorry, I’m too busy for that

Be honest, when was the last time you took time out from your project to really focus on yourself? I ask this as I speak with many project managers who are very busy, so busy they barely return phone calls, their calendars are fully committed to the project(s) or there is little space in their day/week for anything else. As … Read More > Related Posts: 360 assessment for project staff So, how good are you? What do you need to change to be more effective? Project Management Training: Classroom vs mobile Good project management skills are not enough

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On Task and On Time – Task Management

On Task and On Time – Task Management

It’s what we all do… regardless of our title, job role or where we’re placed in our business or organisation, the productivity and efficiency of the day-to-day business depends on everyone taking responsibility to ensure that everything they are tasked to do is done to the best of their ability and on time. Sounds simple, … The post On Task and On Time – Task Management appeared first on How to Manage a Camel – Project Management Blog .

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How Does Remote Project Management Work?

If you’ve never used a remote assistant or remote project manager before, it may be hard to visualize exactly how it works.  Here are a few frequently asked questions that may have crossed your mind as well. 1. How can you manage a project if you’re not here? Great question!  Our virtual PMs provide support for on-the-ground […]

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How to Think, Prioritise, Decide and Deliver

How to Think, Prioritise, Decide and Deliver

The mantras ring out louder each passing day… “We need to get better at this!” “We must be more efficient in X Y Z!” “We must look at ways to be more productive!” “We need to be more creative and innovative!” …and there are more… In most day-to-day work situations we are usually tasked with … The post How to Think, Prioritise, Decide and Deliver appeared first on How to Manage a Camel – Project Management Blog .

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Sorry, there’s not enough information to do this project

Sorry, there’s not enough information to do this project

Many of the blogs I write are as a result of something that has happened working on a client assignment. This one is no different. The above words “Sorry, there’s not enough information to do this project” were spoken by a manager on a project management course. The person suggested that the case study (project brief – 283 words long) … Read More > Related Posts: Project sponsors; how good are you at briefing your project… “Can you show me how to produce a Gantt chart?” Good project management skills are not enough Practical project management training – it works! What do you need to change to be more effective?

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