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The Devil's Phraseology -- Demographic Time Bomb

The phenomenon described by retrogressive Washington elites of simultaneous labor surpluses due to technological change and labor shortages due to falling birth rates.

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The End (of Analysis) Is the Beginning Is the End

Been back in the woodshed for a bit.  I just completed my latest post for AITS.org, which should be published sometime in mid-July.  In the meantime, I’ve been looking at issues of data visualization, process improvement, and performance management–and their interdependencies.  314 more words

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New APM Competence Framework

The new APM Competence Framework 2nd edition, released in June 2015, describes APM’s new view of the competences necessary for effective project, programme, portfolio management and PMO in today’s environment and in our view of the future needs of the profession. 171 more words


Crashing your schedule is not your only choice when facing delays!

When our projects begin to experience schedule delays, a very common reaction from our customers may be to ask the team to work longer hours or to leverage their influence to provide additional resources to work on critical path tasks such that the project can get back on track. 388 more words

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The Traveling Exhibitions Manager will largely plan and design, construct and manage the museum’s pop-up and temporary exhibitions. S/he will work with the museum’s director, exhibition curators and designers, graphic designers, and the collections manager to develop pop-up versions of online exhibitions and other installations as needed. 104 more words

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GitHub + ZenHub : Project management where your developers are

When I joined my current project, eHealth Africa, I faced the same problem any project management faces at the beginning of any project. Understanding the project management tool, understanding the conventions already used by the team and finding my way around it was a bit harder than usually. 494 more words