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Who Needs to Know?

By Brenda Fay / May 25, 2017

Have you ever had someone say, “You don’t need to know that; leave that part to me,” when working on a project? After your first reaction (“Huh?”), if you are like me, you would be … Read more

Breaking It Down

By Brenda Fay / September 28, 2016

Sometimes when I look at an important project I am about to start, I get overwhelmed with the idea of it. It feels like, “It’s just too much.” Then I remember there is an easy … Read more

Too Busy?

By Brenda Fay / January 29, 2016

I work on a few volunteer committees. This week, one of my committee colleagues called to prompt me to answer an email I had overlooked. Feeling bad about not having replied, I heard myself say, … Read more

Why Project Management?

By Brenda Fay / March 26, 2015

Applying project management techniques and skills benefits both individuals and organizations. If you know how to manage your projects well, you will gain many benefits, such as: Career advancement Competence in project delivery Confidence in … Read more

Work Breakdown: Structure!

By Brenda Fay / October 2, 2013

Last week was a busy one for me. Programs to design, questions to answer, and preparing for a project that I just couldn’t get my mind around. It was too big. There were too many … Read more

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