Self-Management Posts

5 Lies Project Managers Tell Themselves that Make Teamwork Fail


Think about the role of a project manager: how much easier would it be if you had to manage projects without the ‘people part’? Sounds soooo good, right? But when it comes to project management, people are part of the package – and the problem is, the package doesn’t have an instruction. You have to figure out yourself how to unpack and make it work.

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Solo Scrumming 101: How to Use Scrum for Personal Productivity


Bet you had days when you’d go like “Well… I replied to some emails, had lunch, researched the project I’m working on, surfed Facebook, answered some more emails, did some more research… and that’s it”. And by the end of the day, you went nuts trying to do whatever was left.

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3 Things Only Top Project Managers Do


A lot of good project managers follow the ‘best’ practices that are popular in their industry. Traditionally, this comes down to detailed project planning, budget and schedule monitoring, change management … you name it. But if these practices are so brilliant and following them as a routine should guarantee success, then why does the rate of project failures remain so high?

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5 Secrets to Climbing the Career Ladder for Project Managers


Everyone wants to get ahead and give their career a boost. Project managers are no difference. So what skills can help you advance your project management career? Here are top five things you will make you get ahead and become a much-in-demand PM.

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This is What Every Developer Should Know about Project Management


It’s never easy to deliver quality software that fulfils all the requirements and hits the budget and estimates. Here is what every developer should know about project management to successfully accomplish coding and non-coding tasks.

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