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Making Earned Value More Valuable

The most powerful — and most commonly misunderstood — measurement of project progress is earned value metrics, the way of measuring actual versus planned progress.   "Earned value" is so attractive because the term conjures positive visions, emotions and expectations on what earn[...]

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Stakeholder Victory, Without Battle

One of the clearest messages from The Art of War is the supremacy of strategy over tactics and tactics over reaction. Yet project teams spend most of their time reacting to stakeholders with a few tactical activities, such as report distribution and progress meetings. This appr[...]

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Letters to a young project manager: Third letter

  As we see only what we know, the young project manager must fine-tune his focus and recognize the circumstances of the project. There are two complementary models of leadership that can help you identify the elements and see them as they arise.   The Transactional leadership m[...]