Kat Boogaard

Kat is a Midwest-based contributing writer. She covers topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. She is also a columnist for Inc., writes for The Muse, is Career Editor for The Everygirl, and a contributor all over the web.

How to Write a Business Case (With Example)
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How to Write a Business Case (With Example)

A business plan is a straightforward document. In it, you’ll include market research,...

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What Is a Risk Matrix?
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What Is a Risk Matrix?

Imagine you’re the assigned project manager on a high-stakes project. The project scope...

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Tips to Create the Perfect Intake Process Template for Project Work
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Tips to Create the Perfect Intake Process Template for Project Work

You’re sold on the benefits of setting up a work intake process template, but you don't...

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What You Need To Know About Requirements Gathering
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What You Need To Know About Requirements Gathering

What is requirements gathering, and why does it matter in project management? Here’s what...

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New Hire Orientation Icebreakers That Are Actually Good
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New Hire Orientation Icebreakers That Are Actually Good

Want to plan a warm welcome for your newest employees? Use these new hire orientation...

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How to Set SMART Marketing Goals
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How to Set SMART Marketing Goals

SMART marketing goals provide the clarity your team needs to do great work. Here’s what...

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What are Project Assumptions?
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What are Project Assumptions?

What are project assumptions? Assumptions in project management can help guide and...

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5 Digital Marketing Strategy Examples
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5 Digital Marketing Strategy Examples

As digital media usage grows, it’s more important than ever to get your business’ brand...

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How To Write a Business Requirements Document (Template Included)
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How To Write a Business Requirements Document (Template Included)

A business requirements document helps get vendors and project teams on the same page....

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