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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Manager Vs. Tombstone

    As with anything new, there are a lot of mythconceptions out there as to just what the new thing is. Extreme project management is no exception. Some people "Get it" while others mythconstrue it. In certain situations, Extreme Project Management (XPM) will increase the likelihood of success, where if you...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Project Is Life!

    Project managers agree to ride projects that buck wildly and dangerously while barely holding on with one hand. They agree to the terms of the game: ride something that's darn near impossible to ride, on a constricting schedule that makes the team want to squirm free, and then spur the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Questions From The Field

    While Projects deserve appropriate attention, they weigh down the spirit when taken too seriously. Projects need a hearty component of fun and adventure and perspective. Every Project Manager needs to playfully middle-finger the world, its demands and its problems from time to time. The Project is Life... manage it well!

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Does An Agile Project Plan Look Like?

    As you can see, there are several differences between Traditional projects and true Agile projects that - from a project management perspective - can best be summed up by the concept of self organization. In traditional projects, the project manager not only provides the vision of the team, but also...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Maximizing Your Project Influence

    Most project managers are used to a project plan that has a series of tasks laid out for the entire project, listing task durations, responsibility assignments, and dependencies. Plans are developed in this manner based on the assumption that the Project Manager, hopefully along with the team, can predict up...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2000

    Knowing in Community: 10 Critical Success Factors in Building Communities of Practice

    As knowledge management evolves from fad to business imperative, many organizations are discovering the limited ability of information technology to capture and share ideas, insights, and know-how. This paper presents communities of practice as a better vehicle for knowledge sharing and discusses ten critical success factors in building vibrant, effective...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2000

    Knowing in Community: 10 Critical Success Factors in Building Communities of Practice

    As knowledge management evolves from fad to business imperative, many organizations are discovering the limited ability of information technology to capture and share ideas, insights, and know-how. This paper presents communities of practice as a better vehicle for knowledge sharing and discusses ten critical success factors in building vibrant, effective...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Manager Vs. Tombstone

    As with anything new, there are a lot of mythconceptions out there as to just what the new thing is. Extreme project management is no exception. Some people "Get it" while others mythconstrue it. In certain situations, Extreme Project Management (XPM) will increase the likelihood of success, where if you...

    Provided By Emprend

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Project Is Life!

    Project managers agree to ride projects that buck wildly and dangerously while barely holding on with one hand. They agree to the terms of the game: ride something that's darn near impossible to ride, on a constricting schedule that makes the team want to squirm free, and then spur the...

    Provided By Emprend

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Questions From The Field

    While Projects deserve appropriate attention, they weigh down the spirit when taken too seriously. Projects need a hearty component of fun and adventure and perspective. Every Project Manager needs to playfully middle-finger the world, its demands and its problems from time to time. The Project is Life... manage it well!

    Provided By Emprend

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What Does An Agile Project Plan Look Like?

    As you can see, there are several differences between Traditional projects and true Agile projects that - from a project management perspective - can best be summed up by the concept of self organization. In traditional projects, the project manager not only provides the vision of the team, but also...

    Provided By Emprend

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Maximizing Your Project Influence

    Most project managers are used to a project plan that has a series of tasks laid out for the entire project, listing task durations, responsibility assignments, and dependencies. Plans are developed in this manner based on the assumption that the Project Manager, hopefully along with the team, can predict up...

    Provided By Emprend