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3 Ways to Improve Communication Between IT and Other Departments

  • 24 March 2016
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3 Ways to Improve Communication Between IT and Other Departments
It’s no secret that the communication between the IT department and other areas within an organization isn’t the greatest. In fact, it’s fair to say, in some cases, that such communication is practically non-existent. That which does occur is often stilted, misunderstood, or otherwise ineffective.

THE IMPORTANCE OF SOFT SKILLS TRAINING

  • 10 March 2016
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THE IMPORTANCE OF SOFT SKILLS TRAINING
Soft Skill Training is Often Overlooked When it comes to skills in employment, the first line of emphasis is typically towards abilities, training and knowledge of specific skill sets. These are referred to as hard skills. Soft skills, however, are often overlooked, yet they also play an important role in day-to-day operations.

5 IT MEGATRENDS CHANGING THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSION

  • 29 January 2016
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5 IT MEGATRENDS CHANGING THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSION

5 IT Megatrends Changing the Project Management Profession My belief is that the role of Project Manager will continue to increase in importance in future years and the need for project managers within IT will increase in both stature and in numbers. 


EARNING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNITS (PDUS) FROM NEW HORIZONS

  • 27 January 2016
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EARNING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNITS (PDUS) FROM NEW HORIZONS
PMP PDUs As part of PMI®’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CRR) program, a PMP® holder needs to earn 60 PDUs per three-year cycle. Luckily, New Horizons is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), offering both official PMI courses, as well as other qualifying courses.

AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT MEETS CUSTOMER NEEDS

  • 21 January 2016
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AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT MEETS CUSTOMER NEEDS
Agile projects involve the customer regularly—not just at the beginning and the end. This customer involvement mitigates one of the most consistent problems on software projects: What they will accept at the end of the project differs from what they told us at the beginning.
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