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The never-ending debate in the world of Project Management

One of the never-ending debate in the world of Project Management pertains to this question, “Does a PM in IT need to understand the technical solution?”. This question was asked in one of the LinkedIn groups, PMI Credentialed PMPs. There are … Continue reading

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3 Do’s from the book Uncertainty by Jonathan Fields

Here are the 3 Do’s from the book “Uncertainty: Turning fear and doubt into fuel for Brilliance” by Jonathan Fields.  Accept uncertainty. Whenever you start on a new path or venture or endeavor, accept the uncertainty. Looking for any guarantees … Continue reading

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Never leave home. Interesting infographic!

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Productivity Tip #14 : Saving time with a minimalist closet

The poster boy for a minimalist closet is none other than Steve Jobs as illustrated in the picture below. Maintaining a minimalist closet saves a lot of time. There are many celebrities and successful people who take this approach. If not … Continue reading

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Is this going to be the future of learning?

Stanford University is conducting an experiment to provide a full course online for free. The course is “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” taught by Stanford professors Peter Norwig and Sebastian Thrun. So far, the course seems to have attracted more than … Continue reading

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Not enough time in the day? Sleep less, maybe?

We all complain that we do not have enough time in the day. We look at our busy lives and think if we only had one extra hour per day then we would accomplish a lot. We also look at … Continue reading

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A productivity guru brings nirvana to an executive – A true story

Once upon a time there was a king who was loved by all his subjects. The king had everything that he wanted but still was not happy. The reason for his unhappiness was all the things that the king wanted … Continue reading

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Do you feel obligated to finish all books you start reading?

Do you feel obligated to finish all books you start reading? I sometimes used to get into a reading rut whenever a book was boring. There are two issues with a boring book. One issue is that it does not … Continue reading

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