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If you have been "asked" to take on 2 day jobs, you always have the option to say "no, thank you " to one of them. My recommendation is to manage your projects and not your "jobs". Clearly identify the tasks, priority of the tasks, the deadlines and stakeholders for your tasks and projects. Th...

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Hi.. i 've been doing project management for years. Moved from project management to product management to program management. Managed lots of projects, software and non software stuff.. I worked on CMMI / Agile ( Scrum , XP ...etc) and also on PMI schemes. Although you are working under Agil...

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That would depend on what you're trying to accomplish and who you are as a manager and individual. Off the top of my head I can tell you that Podio, Asanna and Basecamp are all popular project management tools. Which one you use really depends on you and the features you want. On a personal le...

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I ran a web design agency for 6 years, despite of studying PMBOK for advanced project management (for Engineering projects). I used "Web Redesign, Strategies for Success by Kelly Goto" Courser Link: http://www.lynda.com/Web-Design-tutorials/webredesignstrategiesforsuccess/316-6.html as a basis fo...

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Our team uses Basecamp and Slack. Both are very easy to use and have a lot of features out of the box. Basecamp's benefit compared to other project management software is that it is easy to use. We have used other systems with our clients like Jira and iMeet but we found both had a learning cur...

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This company is local to me and I have heard a lot of good things from them in the startup communities here. http://tealium.com/

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Even more so in a global economy. Both skill-sets are required in varying percentages, depending on what's going on in the business. Effective leadership is about inspiring and instilling confidence and "followership" in your staff, and demonstrating strength of character, conviction, and stabili...

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This role in most organizations is designed for maximum fun! Well, maybe not, but I am ever hopeful. In twenty plus years I have led numerous projects and hired a few project leads [aka project managers] most of which have done a great job. For me, the best project managers are home grown. Promot...

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Wow...what a big question...here's a few answers... The most important thing to know is that 90% of engineering management is culture management. If you build the right culture, then the engineers will manage themselves. So, do some web searches on engineering team culture and read those types...

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In my experience, international organizations of all sizes successfully hire freelance product managers and/or product consultants. This is especially true In the entertainment and media business. Anyone who says differently has probably never seen it done successfully. Are there challenges wi...

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