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Meet a Product Manager With These 5 Traits? Hire Her on the Spot

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 31, 2019

If you’re not a product manager, you might wonder why the role is sometimes called the “product CEO” or even the “second CEO.” Don’t those terms also describe the head of engineering? What about the CTO? Unlike the typical CTO or lead engineer, product managers touch every area of the business. They’re responsible for the product’s progress, of course, but they also coordinate with marketing, sales, procurement, and…

4 Project Management Tips To Deliver Large, Complex Projects On Time

by / ⠀Startup Advice / January 23, 2019

Large, complex projects are twice as likely to be delivered late, go over budget, and have missing critical features. You can use the best project management tools on the market and still fall behind. Avoid a dismal fate for your next big project with the following project management strategies: Get your project managers PMP certified If you’ve hired a skilled project manager without Project Management Professional (PMP) certification,…

What Science Teaches Us About Managing A Project Team

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / May 23, 2014

Science is amazing. It’s systematic and objective yet at the same time very capable of tapping into a wellspring of wonder within you to show you just how wonderful the world you’re living in is. It’s not so farfetched then to think that science may just have a few project management lessons you can learn from. Practices for project management are far-ranging and though all effective are not…

Top 8 Project Management Tools That Every Entrepreneur Should Know About

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 20, 2014

Entrepreneurs have some great ideas and plans which need to be better planned, organized and executed. Only then these can lead to intended and desired gains. But their smooth implementation gets affected by various problems, issues and other internal and external factors which can create confusion and chaos, upset plans, cause delays or even cause their failure. And a plan’s failure results in loss of time, money and…

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