Month: June 2022

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Kate Morris, Project Management Inspiration: Kate Morris

What happens when hundreds of project managers are gathered in one place? You need a conference organizer! Kate Morris, MSP(r), MoP (r), CSM, Inspiring Women In Project Management interviewee, will be taking the lead at the 2017 PMI Australia Conference 2017. But she’s more than a conference MC. As a practicing project manager, Kate spoke…
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Inspiring Women in Project Management: Karen Chovan

Today, I interview Karen Chovan, MASc. PEng. PMP. She has dedicated her life to helping others implement clean, lean, and green methods to programme and project management. Karen began her career in heavy industry, mining. She is now Principal at Enviro Integration Strategies. This firm helps companies realize tangible value by doing the right thing…
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Erica Pepitone: Inspiring women in project management: Erica Pepitone

Inspiring women in project management series, I interview people who have been in the industry for a long time. You don’t need to be extremely experienced to inspire others. Erica Pepitone is a PMP, a first-year project manager who lives, works, and learns in New York City. She recently switched from a coordinator job to…
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Emma Seaton-Smith: Inspiring Women to Project Management

Emma Seaton Smith, a UK-based project manager who has been nominated for an award, is today’s Inspiring Women in Project Management. She was shortlisted for the 2017 Rising Stars Award, which involves a whirlwind in social media appearances and celebration events before the winners will be announced. However, she took the time to meet me…
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Inspiring Women in Project Management: Caroline Crewe-Read

This year, I am interviewing 10 incredible women in project management. My blog was started 10 years ago to increase visibility for women working on projects. I’m thrilled to be able showcase the careers and voices of some inspiring women. Today, Caroline Crewe-Read is Head of Corporate Programmes and Projects at Historic England in England.…
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5 Project Timeline Examples That Will Challenge Your Perspectives on Planning

This guest post is by Tim Stumbles CEO of Office Timeline. Every journey begins with the first steps. Every project should have a plan. Project managers (PMs) need to create a compelling overview that covers all aspects of the project, including objectives, resources, tasks and milestones. We are mainly dealing with estimates and educated guesses…
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5 Mistakes Every Project Manager Must Avoid

Human nature allows us to err. However, project managers can’t afford to err. A small mistake on your part could cost the company a lot of money or even the entire project. If things go wrong, your colleagues may lose faith in you and your ability to complete work. This can be a career-altering event,…
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5 Tips and Tricks to Work Well in Remote Teams

This is Jane Courtnell, Process Street’s guest author. January 2020, I was in the minority. I was joined by many workers who were transitioning to a work-from home lifestyle by March. The COVID pandemic only perpetuated a trend that was already evident. The number of WFH employees has increased by 173% since 2005. It is…
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5 Golden Rules for Writing Good Project Documentation

Projects produce a lot of documents, whether it’s a statement or business case or project requirements. It falls to the project manager or to coordinate and produce most of them. Documents are used primarily for communication: ups to senior managers, sideways and project stakeholders, and downs to members of the project team who are responsible…
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5 Simple Ways to Keep Tasks out of Your Inbox

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. Do you find yourself using your email inbox to create a To Do List? You get a message that needs to be actioned, but you have to respond to a query or attend a meeting right now. The email sits there until it is cleared…
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