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 Using Meeting Notes Wisely
How-To Course It's not as though anyone reads it, right? So how do you create and use meeting notes that fit your project needs and are worth everyone's time? This mini-course by DeAnna Burghart covers the ins and outs -- mostly outs -- of creating meeting minutes when you absolutely have to, and generating useful meeting notes when that's good enough. 1 PDU
PM Powers
What kind of PM do you want to be? Besides the obvious answer ("employed!"), it's a good idea to consider the kind of projects you want to work on and the skills you'll need most for them. This presentation discusses the broad range of critical PM attributes and which are most important for various career options, such as working in a PMO, doing portfolio management, managing large and complex projects, etc. Not all PM opportunities are created equal -- find the one that fits you best, then find out what skills you need in order to pursue it.
Project Risk Checklist
Drafting a risk list can be a daunting proposition. This risk checklist prompts your team to consider common risks across a wide variety of categories, to reduce the odds of missing one of those dreaded "unknown-unknowns."
This Premium resource is free to registered Members until August 21, 2014
Opportunity Screening Worksheet
Opportunity Screening Worksheet Great idea! Is it worth it? Use this worksheet to determine whether a new development project is worth the effort, and identify the important issues in making that decision. Factors assessed include the market, the company's capability, potential market risks, and return to the company. With some deletion of items and minor modifications, this worksheet could be used for a benefits analysis for other types of projects.
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Behavioral Traceability: Values to Principles to Practices
Geof LoryGeof Lory Why do we struggle so much with articulating fuzzy concepts values and principles, when it's so easy to document the rules? Perhaps it is because principles seem too abstract compared to practices, and values can start to sound a lot like Mom and apple pie. In reality, Values, Principles, and Practices always align because they are derived from each other, intentionally or not. Read more »

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