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Whitepaper: Using the PMBOK® Guide to build a practical project management process

Utilising a stable project management standard such as the PMBOK® Guide can simplify the task of defining a practical and effective project management process. However, many new project managers find the application of these principals in the real world difficult.

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The Difference Between a Risk and an Issue

Risks and Issues in project management are often confused and the two terms are frequently used interchangeably. However, risks and issues are not the same thing and should be clearly identified and differentiated so they can be addressed correctly when they arise.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Project Resources

A fundamental part of a project is the efficient and effective management of resources. Often managers see adding more resources as a quick solution to an issue, but managing existing resources more efficiently frequently yields a better outcome.

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When to exit a project

By Chanel van der Westhuizen

All projects reach a stage where the Project Manager will be required to exit the project. A project can exit during Closure Stage, when the Project Manager can ensure that the project has achieved its planned deliverables and objectives & ownership has been handed over to the business.

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5 Tips and Tricks for New Project Managers

Getting into the project management field can be both exciting and daunting for a new project manager. There is a lot to take in and a lot to learn and all of your technical and people skills will be put to the test.

To help you get started on your journey towards being top of your field, we have put together a list of handy tips and tricks that will set you apart from your peers.

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