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Project Management Simulation: Modeling Tradeoffs in a Scenario

Experiencing eLearning

Similarly, if you’re managing a project, you have to weigh the tradeoffs of cost, time, and quality. This project management balance isn’t a question of being right or wrong. In this project management simulation, I model the tradeoffs between those factors. Simulation, branching scenario, or both?

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The Importance Of A Project Debrief For L&D Project Managers

eLearning Industry

At its most basic level, the purpose of the debrief is for stakeholders to put the project into perspective. A Project Manager's perspective is the most complete one because their viewpoint is the most comprehensive of all. Your stakeholder's observations, however, are based on their individual experiences.

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5 Tips To Make eLearning Project Management More Effective

eLearning Industry

When you’re managing a custom eLearning project, it can be difficult to balance the creative process with consistency. So, here are a few tips for more effective eLearning design and project management. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Using The Scrum Process To Manage eLearning Projects

eLearning Industry

While there are multiple Instructional Design methodologies for Instructional Designers to choose from, eLearning Project Management is left to the project manager. Here's how Scrum can provide you with the tools to lead a successful project. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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20 Common Mistakes Made by Inexperienced Project Managers

You’ve read the PMBOK® Guide several times, taken the certification exam for project managers, passed, and you are now a PMP®. This whitepaper shows 20 of the most common mistakes that young or inexperienced project managers make, issues that can cost significant time and money. So why do you keep making rookie mistakes?

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Projects That Didn’t Fly

Clark Quinn

I’ve had the pleasure of leading the design of a number of projects that have had some impact. Then, of course, are the projects that didn’t, for whatever reason, see the light of day. So here are some reflections on a few projects that didn’t fly. These include a mobile app a company could point to.

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How To Set Daily Goals to Manage Multiple Projects

Experiencing eLearning

Many instructional designers, elearning developers, and LXDs manage multiple projects simultaneously. We’re often working on several staggered projects, especially while waiting for stakeholders to review something. Especially when I’m swamped with work, I use daily goals to help me stay on top of all of my projects.

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From Predictive to Agile: How to Choose the Right Project Management Methodology

Instead, project managers are embracing dynamic and adaptable frameworks that carefully consider project and product variables to determine the most suitable development approaches and project life cycles. Our profession is undergoing a transformation, moving away from rigid, one-size-fits-all methodologies.

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Project Team Engagement in the Context of Human/AI Hybrid Teams

We would all like to think that effective engagement leadership practices can overcome all the barriers that employees might face when undertaking a new project assignment. The challenge is finding a compromise between the two leadership styles.

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Understanding Scope Creep

Project managers are now spending more time managing strategic projects where the scope is susceptible to changes as the projects progress. Scope change control is now becoming a critical component of project management requiring project teams to become more active in solving problems and making decisions.

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What is a Lifecycle of Learning?

Every learning project you are currently building will go through this same cycle. Every completed learning project is already somewhere in the growth, maturity, or decline stage. Mapping each project in its cycle and planning well is vital to the success of the people and organizations who rely on you to lead in learning.

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The Credential Everyone Wants: The PMP Certification

The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification is one of many professional credentials that is awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. Currently, there are approximately 1.4 million PMI PMPs awarded by PMI, the world’s leading authority on management.

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Custom eLearning: What to Consider as an L&D Manager

Taking on development of a custom eLearning project is an exciting opportunity for a learning and development manager. We’ve all experienced pain points in this type of complex project. We’ve all experienced pain points in this type of complex project. Consider the following 5 points before kicking off your project.

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Why and How to Earn Your PMP® Credential

Gaining your Project Management Professional (PMP) certification can be very beneficial for any project manager. Most successful PMP candidates treat preparing for the PMP exam as a personal project. As such, it requires careful planning and a structured approach.

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3 Tips to Measure and Analyze the ROI of your Custom eLearning Solution

These 3 tips show you how to do a big picture analysis so you can give a full account on your next eLearning project. How do you measure both the quantitative and qualitative results of your efforts?