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Project Management Tools Every Event Planner Should Steal
Wednesday, 20 May, 2015
Posts, Project Management

Project Management Tools Every Event Planner Should Steal

Missed deadlines. Over budget. No resources. If this sounds like the last event you managed, then I suggest you start stealing. We all know the greats do it: Good writers borrow, great writers steal. Good artists copy, great artists steal. It’s about time that event managers started stealing, too. So whom are you to steal from? Project managers, of course. Inside The Project Manager’s Toolbox Large events such as product launches, industry conferences, and promotional affairs are...
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Peter Taylor on Overcoming 7 Top Project Management Challenges (Book Review)
Tuesday, 19 May, 2015
Posts, Project Management

Peter Taylor on Overcoming 7 Top Project Management Challenges (Book Review)

Project manager, author, and speaker Peter Taylor is famous for the “work smarter, not harder” philosophy he advocates in The Lazy Project Manager. In his new book, Real Project Management, Taylor surveys both new and experienced project managers to identify their top challenges and offer his characteristic brand of efficient and effective solutions. Between his astute observations of the past, present, and future of project management, and his genius tips for combating common managemen...
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Communicate Better, Be More Persuasive with Visuals: Interview with Dan Roam (Video)
Monday, 18 May, 2015
Business Tips, Posts

Communicate Better, Be More Persuasive with Visuals: Interview with Dan Roam (Video)

Dan Roam is a management consultant and strong advocate of incorporating visual thinking into your business to solve any problem. He's the author of four best-selling business books, including The Back of the Napkin, which has been called one of the best innovation books of the year. Wrike interviewed Dan Roam to get his take on using visuals at work to improve the way we're working and communicating. Watch to learn: His predictions for the future of work — it's not a common viewp...
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Top 5 Product Design Blogs to Follow
Friday, 15 May, 2015
Business Tips, Posts

Top 5 Product Design Blogs to Follow

When you talk about product design, you're talking about the numerous processes involved in creating a product — whether physical or digital. It must have functionality that answers a target market's specific needs, and it must have an aesthetically pleasing form. It's a formula that Apple has used with much success. But where does one find the inspiration to build the type of fabulous products that turn casual customers into rabid fans? Below is a list of our top 5 blogs for product d...
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Are Marketers Allergic to Project Management? (+New DroneCo Comic)
Thursday, 14 May, 2015
Posts, Team Management

Are Marketers Allergic to Project Management? (+New DroneCo Comic)

Not everyone on your team has to be a certified PMP to reap the benefits of project management. Even an understanding of just a few basic project management principles and processes can help your team be better organized, more efficient, and enjoy improved results. In short, basic project management means you can achieve more with less effort and stress.  But project management training can sound like a chore to your team, who may see it as just stuffy processes and restrictive rules —...
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Why Every Company Needs a Culture of Collaboration
Wednesday, 13 May, 2015
Collaboration, Posts

Why Every Company Needs a Culture of Collaboration

Boiled down to its very essence, collaboration can be defined as a TEAM engaging in TASKS to reach shared TARGETS. It's one of those buzzwords that's been overused, with every software startup spouting it in marketing collateral, pitch decks, and social media channels. But the reason why it's a staple in conversations is because, without it, an organization sabotages its own success. Companies must learn to capitalize on opportunities to collaborate for two reasons: 1. Internal collabora...
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