Get Things Done With Task Management (Aspects of Project Management Part 4)

Linh Tran, Wednesday 29 April 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Kanban Board - Task Management

Kanban Board (Background photo by Pixabay user blickpixel)

Does it ever seem to you as if some days or weeks are filled with a never ending array of tasks? This work overload can cause stress and that in turn can be detrimental to your health. Project managers in particular need task management skills to be able to manage their team(s) and complex projects effectively. 

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Stop, Collaborate and Listen

Linh Tran, Tuesday 28 April 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Workplace Collaboration

Photo by Flickr User 드림포유, Licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Stop, collaborate and listen” - these are part of the lyrics of the classic 90’s hit “Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice. This exclamation is simple, yet strangely great advice for businesses. Workplace collaboration is extremely important for every business that wants not to just survive, but be successful in a globalized and highly competitive world.

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Video Tutorial: Create a Project in InLoox PM 8

Linh Tran, Monday 13 April 2015 | Reading time: unknown

How to create a new project with Inloox PM 8

You have InLoox PM 8 installed on your computer, but need help with the implementation? Do not worry – our brand new tutorial series will help you get started. These short videos will be a step-by-step guide on how InLoox PM 8 works. The first tutorial is about how to create a new project and how to use the management form. 

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The Importance of Time Management (Aspects of Project Management Part 1)

Linh Tran, Friday 10 April 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Time Management is an important aspect of project management

Photo by Flickr User JD, Licensed under CC BY 2.0

Time is a commodity that we always need more of desperately, but there is never enough of it. Don’t take the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland as your role model when it comes to keeping time, because if he had exercised better time management he wouldn’t have been late all the time. 

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Emotional Intelligence is Key for a Project Manager

Linh Tran, Thursday 02 April 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Emotional Intelligence is Key for a Project Manager

Many people think that a project manager should have planning and organizational skills and the ability to track metrics. In short, a project leader must possess hard skills. But to be successful, project managers need more than that. They need to have Emotional Intelligence (EI) to be good leaders. 

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