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Webinar – The Last Viking

Roald Amundsen was the world’s greatest polar explorer: he was conqueror of the South Pole, the Northwest Passage and the North Pole, and a survivor where others perished or failed. He was also arguably the world’s greatest project manager. Amundsen thrived on danger and adversity. It was then that he became a calm, determined, and…
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Webinar – Managing Stakeholder Expectations

Project management is not only for project managers. While it is important to manage stakeholder expectations and to maximize stakeholder satisfaction, there is also a growing need to educate stakeholders about what it takes to enable project managers to do their job properly. Despite the great deal of meaningful, value-add work that project managers do…
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Webinar – Taking a Read on 2013

Last year’s last webinar was a huge success, so we are reviving the format once again as we close out the year. In December’s webinar, Peter and Mark are both presenting. They will taking a read on the year that has passed, discussing the best business books they have read this year. These may build…
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Webinar – Life Hacking For Grown-Ups

“Life hacking refers to any productivity trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to increase productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life; in other words, anything that solves an everyday problem in a clever or non-obvious way.” So says Wikipedia (at least, it did on 7 Oct 2013). We are all inordinately busy, and becoming…
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Webinar – Getting Started: An Informed Guide To Project Initiation

Managing the project initiation process is no where near as straightforward as most processes would imply. The path to getting any one project initiated is a labyrinthine maze of process, politics and organizational culture. The path through this maze is not constant, and often feels like it has to be re-learned for each and every…
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