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Project Management Annual Salaries for 2019 [Infographic]

Project Management Annual Salaries for 2019 [Infographic]

Due to the difficulty and complexity of the position, project managers are often paid well. No matter where a project manager might work in the United States, the role requires a great deal of attention to detail, planning, foresight and the ability to execute in order to rise to the top of the profession. However, like in any profession, where one lives, the years of experience and the...

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5 Essentials for Closing Your Project The Right Way

5 Essentials for Closing Your Project The Right Way

Your project schedule should show that all the tasks are complete. All the final timesheets for work should be submitted. If you use a task management app for tracking progress, there should be nothing showing as outstanding.

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5 Benefits of Formal Project Requirements

5 Benefits of Formal Project Requirements

You've probably heard of projects in your business, or elsewhere, being managed with very little in the way of formal requirements. In my experience, the risk of not having formal project requirements is that you don't know what your stakeholders are expecting. You've been asked to ...

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5 Basic Roles in Project Management

5 Basic Roles in Project Management

The 5 basic roles in project management are: Project manager, Project team member, Project Sponsor, End User - Customer and Resource Manager. In this article we will learn more what their job responsibilities are and how it effects the ongoing project.

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4 Principles of Project Management Guide

4 Principles of Project Management Guide

This article outlines the four project management principles to guide you on your project management endeavors. It is not all encompassing, by any stretch of the imagination. And I would gladly welcome your feedback and input through comments on this article. Let's dive into these principles of project management I have selected for you.

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When is a Project 100% Complete?

When is a Project 100% Complete?

There's still a lot of debate among Project Management practitioners about how to calculate the % completion of a project. The most common formula is: (Actual Work) / (Work) x 100 = % Work Completed (where Work is calculated as Actual Work + Remaining Work) Where other inputs are used, such as Hours Billed, some use the formula: (Actual Hours Billed) / (Total Estimated Hours) x 100 = %...

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Project Go/No-Go Decisions: Everything you need to know

Project Go/No-Go Decisions: Everything you need to know

This article covers all you need to know about Go/No-Go Project Decisions: the justification and feasibility, using financial criteria for project selection, performing financial analysis and using non-financial criteria for project selection. 

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