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April 25, 2019

One of the biggest killers of project budgets are the overhead tasks that seem to be harder to accurately quantify output for. Things such as team and client meetings, backlog management, dealing with client escalations can all put upward pressure on...

April 20, 2019

When many people hear of the words “project plan” they immediately shift their thinking to a MS Project Gantt chart. Admittedly in my younger days I thought that same way too. But a project plan is so much more than a schedule that you prop up in fro...

April 18, 2019

I’ve recently started really digging into the power platform offered by Microsoft. I’ve begun writing my own workflows using Flow, building kick-butt reports and dashboards using Power BI and am looking forward to completing the trifecta by getting i...

April 16, 2019

Not a lot of organizations seek to have a group of individuals “on the bench” but it’s a fact of business where there will be downtimes. While smaller organizations may not be able to withstand much bench-time before headcount reductions take over, o...

April 14, 2019

Risk exposure is something that can take a great project down quickly. High performing teams don’t stand a chance to risks that sneak up on a project and blow them up from the inside. Continually overseeing risks on your project is something that nee...

April 7, 2019

When I was young, my dad used to say “good fences make good neighbors”. When I first heard that as a kid I didn’t quite understand the context but obviously it means having a clear separation of space makes for a clear understanding of what’s yours a...

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