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A Project Manager basically oversees a project; they plan, help design and control almost all aspects of a project.  Almost all start at this initial project management, problem-solving stage traditionally created with the aim of solving one problem: the organisation’s inability to deliver projects on time, on budget and in scope. But as the scope of the work broadens to become strategic to the wider business, the project manager is continually challenged to prove the value he or she provides to the business as a whole. Before they c

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Current day Project Managers are not immune from being asked to do more with less and can no longer afford to manage one project at a time from inception through to completion. What may have worked for a business just three years ago as a project management tool may well be under review? Project Managers are now required to manage multiple projects at different points in the project lifecycle at any given time and will need to be flexible enough to embrace current trends where necessary to improve their success rate. There are three trends in

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