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Internal #communication may be changing, but the role of the communicator is not. Stay current on the evolving 'ABCs' of #BizComm: http://bit.ly/1HR0hcK
Much has been written about how the role of Internal Communication is changing. But what about the role of the communicator? Baker & McKenzie’s Jeff Zwier explores three emerging aspects of IC in the first blog in a series on this hot topic.
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It is easy to get lost in #PM paperwork: http://bit.ly/1GlhcU1 Don't let your next project overwhelm you: http://bit.ly/CEPEPROJMGMT
Less admin means more time leading your team and doing the work on the project, which is more important than producing onerous paperwork. Stick with these nine documents you’ll be able to control your project without too much bureaucracy.
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With so many different personalities in a team, balancing team dynamics can get tricky. Know how to approach different personality types to build a successful team: http://bit.ly/1GNMPWh
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Not everyone is good at accepting change, especially a big change such as implementing #lean initiatives. Be the inspiration your team needs to embrace lean: http://bit.ly/1FsrnHT
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Is project management the right career choice for you? http://bit.ly/1FaEWMd Learn the basics and become an efficient #PM your team can rely on: http://bit.ly/CEPEPROJMGMT
Do you ever wonder if project management is the right career choice for you? It is multifaceted and rewarding, but it is also a demanding job. Here are eight things to consider to help you decide if you’re cut out to be a project manager.
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Slow & steady wins the race, especially when it comes to #Lean. Take your time implementing the process to ensure success: http://bit.ly/1OtoTgI
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The key to project success is collaboration! Create a dream team of #PM & #BizAnl professionals to knock your next project out of the park: http://bit.ly/1OtxC2w
A business analyst should be the project manager's greatest partner. Learn how to leverage the skills and competencies of a business analyst on your project team to get a successful result and a more streamlined implementation.
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Employee turnover seems negative, but is there a bright side? View leaving employees as an opportunity: http://bit.ly/1GrTDJe #HR
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Friday Quote of the Day: "True leaders don't create followers...they create more leaders!" - J. Sakiya Sandifer #leadership
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All business improvements are not created equal. Learn to develop new mental habits with Kata: http://bit.ly/1Er6bBA The key is continuous improvement: http://bit.ly/LeanKaizen #Lean
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Looking for the highest #ROI for project management? Agile #PM may be the answer for you. 3 best practices you can implement into your strategy: http://bit.ly/1EYewgx
Everywhere I go, there are three practices that make the biggest difference in overall productivity for teams and organizations. All three practices are part of agile methods such as Scrum and Extreme Programming, but you don't need to be doing these methods to take advantage of these practices.
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Portland State's Center for Executive and Professional Education (CEPE) is a leading provider of university-level professional courses and certificate programs designed to increase leadership skills, deliver process management tools, and foster creative thinking. Professional development and training are as important as ever for the career changer, career builder, manager, and executive alike. Staying in the game means staying ahead of the curve.

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