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Simple Tips for Eliminating Procrastination Within Your Project Team

In the previous post, we discussed an essential soft skill for project managers - recognizing and beating productivity killers within your team. We started with ways to deal with unproductive interruptions, which almost 41% people see as the no.1 enemy for their work performance. Now, let’s move on to the productivity battle against procrastination, the second most dangerous efficiency killer...
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Do Agile Project Managers Need to Be Certified?

Last week, PMI announced the launch of its new certification for agile project managers. Those who want to get a PMI agile certificate will have to pass a challenging exam to prove...
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5 Practical Tips on Making Virtual Collaboration Efficient

by Andrew Filev, 25 January 2011
The Agile Blogosphere

My post about The Secret Ingredients of a Successful Distributed Team turned out to be quite popular, so I decided to follow up on it by sharing a slide deck I recently presented to...
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The Secret Ingredients of a Successful Distributed Team

by Andrew Filev, 18 January 2011
The Agile Blogosphere

Recently, I really enjoyed my time attending Net:Work, a new conference that was presented in San Francisco by GigaOM. The event evolved around the topic of remote collaboration, or...
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Sharing Insights into Project Management 2.0 with Gina Abudi

by Andrew Filev, 8 November 2010
The Agile Blogosphere

Recently, I was interviewed by Gina Abudi, a successful management consultant with over 15 years of professional background in project management, strategic planning and many other...
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Win a Book to Find Out How Laziness Can Be Productive

Peter Taylor, whom I interviewed recently, was very kind to offer a FREE book to the author of the best comment about the methodology that he told us about.  The prize is Peter’s...
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Interview with Lazy Project Manager

by Andrew Filev, 27 September 2010
The Agile Blogosphere

Recently, Dave Garett, the founder of the well-known project management community, GanttHead.com invited me to take part in a collaborative project of creating a book. The book is called...
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When Rules of Thumb Can Be as Effective

by Andrew Filev, 14 September 2010
The Agile Blogosphere

There’s a lot of art, not just science, in most projects. When planning and overseeing project tasks, project managers often respond by applying heuristics or "rules of thumb."...
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Tips and Tricks for Smart Project Planning

by Andrew Filev, 8 September 2010
The Agile Blogosphere

In my previous post on critical path, I promised to share some tips and tricks that can help you make your project planning more efficient. So here they are: Pay close attention to...
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Critical Path is Easy as 1,2,3

by Andrew Filev, 1 September 2010
The Agile Blogosphere

In my previous post about the problem of telling what’s important on a project, I promised to share some thoughts and tips on how standard project management methodologies, particularly...
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