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1. Life After EDI; Your Skills Recycled
(Management)
... somebody to write up a presentation for him. Especially as an EDI Project Manager, I had a lot of experience and found this easy. Funny, I just read last week that military officers rank as one of the ...
Created on 06 February 2015
2. Rebalancing Your Sourcing Strategy
(Supply)
... de to separating the two activities is lack of good in-house project managers in the future. You all know the career path to an IT project-leadership role often includes deep software experience. My respon ...
Created on 29 September 2014
3. The ERP Project Champion
(News)
Anyone who's been through an ERP implementation knows they generally don't run perfectly. That's an understatement. However, the best projects usually have one thing in common: a champion.In a VAR Guy ...
Created on 12 March 2014
4. The ERP Project Playbook
(News)
ERP projects are really fun, aren't they? Except when they aren't. When a project goes south, there's no playbook on how to get it back on track. Or is there?In an article by Brett Beaubouef on his blogsite ...
Created on 19 December 2013
5. ERP Projects Made Easy
(News)
... ng in the right direction.Read the article by Danielle Toon on the Project Manager blog site HERE. ...
Created on 13 November 2013
6. Seven Strategies to Advance Your Career with Project Management
(Management)
...  These are seven key strategies you can put into use today to create more success for you in all areas of your life. The Cheetah Certified Project Manager Program can help you earn a credential that demonstrate ...
Created on 18 October 2013
7. Claim Your Power
(Management)
... study in 1959, social psychologists John French and Bertram Raven identified five types of power: Legitimate, Reward, Expert, Referent, and Coercive. Throughout our careers as project managers, we wear ...
Created on 09 September 2013
8. Stakeholders Bringing in the 5th Edition PMBOK
(Management)
... Management Plan (an output to Plan Stakeholder Management) is so important. We have all heard the saying that “a Project Manager’s job is 90% communication.” That is right. And who are we communicating ...
Created on 25 July 2013
9. SCRUM Teams and other Ideas in SCM Project Management
(Technology)
... g for the team. It is a far different role than a project manager in a traditional project management setting. The Product Owner must be available to the team, but cannot change what was agreed to in t ...
Created on 24 April 2013
10. Pursuing Change
(Management)
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “change”? For many of us, words like “anxious”, “overwhelmed”, or “unknown” pop into our head. Why is it that changes and transitions bring ...
Created on 22 March 2013
11. EDI Workers Over Age 50 and Biases
(Blogs)
...  public transportation industries. She has created recruiting departments from the ground floor up and has served as an International project manager to facilitate the roll out of Applicant Tracking s ...
Created on 20 March 2013
12. Interpersonal Skills and You
(Management)
... e – Fifth Edition (which will be tested starting July 31, 2013).   So why are interpersonal skills so important to project managers? Let’s take a look at 11 aspects of interpersonal skills stress ...
Created on 18 February 2013
13. Manage Your Stakeholders & Manage Your Life
(Management)
Everyone reading this is a capable, smart, and skilled project manager, who is proud of managing the key stakeholder in each project with professionalism and finesse.  Do you bring this same care to managing ...
Created on 14 December 2012
14. Make Your ERP Upgrade Painless
(News)
In this ERP SorftwareBlog article, Kristi Tallent lets us know about specific steps we can take to make your ERP upgrade go more smoothly.  Her recommendations are pretty standard and should be familiar ...
Created on 28 October 2012
15. If Not Us, Then Who?
(EDI)
... or a request, instead of answering, do you say things such as:  “I’m just a mapper, I’m just an Implementer, I’m just a Project Manager, I’m just a Support Analyst, I’m just a Consultant, I’m not the technical ...
Created on 18 June 2012
16. EDI, IT and the Business
(EDI)
... ls”. As a consultant/project manager, I have always been able to figure out how to get around these walls.) Remember, the “EDI Champion” does not usually get involved because no one tells him/her enou ...
Created on 12 September 2011
17. Going Up?
(Management)
... have many roles that come together to support our partners- technical support, help line, mapping analysts, project managers, supervisors, operations support, and others. Each role has something unique ...
Created on 18 July 2011
18. De-stress for Success
(Management)
... and start the management - Project Management, that is. Community – As project managers, you have a fantastic asset that your community needs, whether they know it or not. Whether you volunteer at a soup ...
Created on 22 April 2011
19. Where Do I Go From Here?
(Management)
... that many companies don’t have separate positions for production support, analysts, project managers, and technical support/development as we did. Heck, a lot of companies have all of those roles being ...
Created on 01 April 2011
20. MRO and EDI- a Good Match?
(Retail)
... by using EDI to buy MRO. Although we worked through issues with many partners, our success rate was very high overall. The experience of our project managers and analysts in working with MRO purchasers ...
Created on 05 March 2011