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  • The Opportunity in Ambiguity

    By Deanna LandersMost of us are pretty uncomfortable with uncertainty. Of course we are, we’re in project management. We like neat and tidy plans. We like the process to be defined, whether it’s waterfall, agile, a hybrid of the two, or something else. We want everything to...

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  • Increase NGO Value Through Project Closure

    Lessons learned and project closure reports are important organizational process assets that a project manager may find missing upon starting work with a new non-governmental organization (NGO) or non-profit organization (NPO). This historical information is useful for many activities such as on-boa...

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  • When the Only Constant is Change: Managing Projects in a World of Changing Stakeholders

    The saying goes that two things in life are certain: death and taxes. However, experience confirms that a third element can be added to this list: change. Change is now the new normal and in the context of not-for-profit projects, this reality is more visible than ever.Numerous articles have bee...

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