Category: PDU – Leadership

The 70×10 Rule of Project Management

Jim Rohn developed a 70×10 rule for money distributing his wealth into lifestyle, charity, active and passive capital categories. He gave his ideal percentages for each and told the audience to plan accordingly. Project managers also have an ideal percentage of their time. The triple constraint, personal development, and mentorship are the three categories discussed in the article.

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How to actually leverage presentations for Career Growth?

The meeting time with management is an opportunity to further your personal brand. This article provides three presentation styles that can be used effectively as unscheduled interviews for a project manager to sow the seeds for career enhancement.

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Wait for it…. Wait for it… Risk Will Take Care of Itself!

Many project managers are optimistic about the ultimate outcome of their projects, however that optimism can work against them if applied in the wrong circumstances.

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Detachment is the Key to Leadership

Making a decision in an emotional state rarely goes in a positive direction. This attachment to the project causes a project manager to stumble. To lead a team properly, one must become detached to the outcomes. Relax, look around, and then making the call leads to better outcomes and less of an emotional roller coaster for the project manager.

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Stages of Learning: The Jeet Kune Do Way

Learning is a journey. On this road to mastery, individuals go through stages of learning. Ignorance, knowledge, and simplicity are three aspects of the learning experience. No matter your expertise or years in the game, these three stages will pop up. Rather than turn a blind eye and stay in your comfort zone, embrace the steps.

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