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Puget Sound PMI Project of the Year Award

Congratulations to the 2014 Project of the Year: Kirkland Friends of Youth Project.

Congratulations to CEO, Terry Pottmeyer and Project Manager Rand Redlin.


 

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Blog Posts

Tough Conversation

We need to talk... uh-oh! Handling conflict is one of the project leader's main responsibilities. Doing this with tact, and with skill can be tricky. Just as with any other skill, learning how to have tough conversations and practicing it, is the key.

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Simple Tips for Successful Presentations

No matter whether you’re presenting to an audience of one or to a crowd of 100, these tried-and-true tips will ensure you’re ready to roll the next time you present.

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Message from the President

I am often asked about a couple of things relative to my position on the Board of Directors. One is whether or not the role is hard, the other is how I got here.

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Core Project Team

The Project Team is the group of people responsible for the project. This includes planning, execution, and closing as well as decision making or any other activity that is related to the project. Project Team consists of the Project Manager, and a...

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Iron Triangle

Often used term in project management is the “iron triangle”, AKA the “project management triangle”, AKA the “triple constraint”. It is used to visually describe the relationship of three constraints on the project: cost, schedule, and scope. More...

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