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- Advice for new project managers
- Why choose PMP® certification?
- Tracking project hours
- What is a triple-threat leader?
- Agile vs. waterfall project management
- Preventing scope creep
- Learning to say no
Skill Level Appropriate for all
- I was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and spent the first 18 years of my career working with a major information technology company. After that, I started my own business. It was based in Colorado and for the last six years I have lived and worked in Australia, which is really an amazing experience. I've had the opportunity to deliver projects in a number of different countries and provide training in project management in over 20 countries so it's been quite an interesting ride actually.
Project Management Foundations: Schedules (2013)with Bonnie Biafore1h 33m Appropriate for all
Agile Project Management Principleswith Bob McGannon1h 16m Appropriate for all
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