Some people think master negotiators are born with that special gift, and it’s part of their DNA. However, negotiation skills can be learnt with practice, and I’d like to share with you 4 tips for an effective negotiation.
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By Steve Blais, PMP, PMI-PBA Project managers are well versed in the various constraints that are used to determine project success: cost (budget), time (duration) and scope. And, certainly, the constraints can be used to objectively assess the success of a project: We did everything we intended to do within the timeframe and budget allocated
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In this exclusive Zoom Q&A with Richard Pharro, CEO of APMG, Richard explains the importance of the Better Business Cases system and the Five…
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