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Building a Project Team like a Sports Franchise

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Author: Anand Pandya I’ve noticed a distinct parallel to how some of the best sports franchises put their teams together and how some of the best project teams are put together. When putting together a project team, it’s best to maximize the talents of your resources, ensure chemistry and guarantee that your customers receive the

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What’s to blame, the data or the report?

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Author: Anand Pandya I was chatting the other day with a friend who was telling me a story about how they were being excoriated by their managers at work for a report that was published in the morning and the data was incorrect, so the executives were calling into question the integrity of the entire

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The Thing Most Overlooked By Project Managers

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Author: Anand Pandya When planning a project, a PM relies on a set methodology, documentation, knowledge of their resources, and their own experience to produce the plan with which to execute the tasks at hand.  For all intents and purposes, a project properly planned for is a project that will be managed and executed to

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