Mike M.
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PMs treat UX differently - why?
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I believe you hit the nail on the head when you said: I mean it is obvious this is because UX is visible unlike code refactoring Project Managers tend to assert control over all aspects of the ...

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Schedule & Customer Blame
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I'm going to describe my experiences from the point of view of a project manager in Information Services. Some of the specifics might not exactly match your specific environment, but the principles ...

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What to do when the same project needs to generate two specific products - and product build is not aligned?
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Though I'm not sure that this question is entirely on topic (the answer can end up being very subjective, and it's not exactly related to the real purpose of Project Management), I will give you my ...

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How can we effectively manage a master project schedule alongside Asana?
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I have used Asana, as well as several other tools, on multiple projects. In my opinion, Asana is a great tool for keeping track of TASKS, but not terribly robust at keeping up with project management ...

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Is there a role for formal Business Analysts and Systems Analysts in Agile teams?
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I'm not sure I can really answer your question in its entirety, but I'm going to try and offer some input. I believe that there is very much a role for business analysts in an Agile team. "System ...

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Newbie Project Coordinator
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I find that one of the most important duties of an IT project coordinator, is establishing a good relationship between the business and the technical resources. A common pitfall of many IT projects is ...

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