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David Miller

David is a Project Management expert. He has been published in Jeffbullas.com, Hr.com, and eLearningIndustry. As a project planning and execution expert at ProProfs, he has offered a unique outlook on improving workflows and team efficiency. Connect with David for more engaging conversations on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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How Project Collaboration Software Minimize Problems in Creative Collaboration

Collaboration is a crucial pillar of success, regardless of the job type or industry sector. It would not be an exaggeration to claim that the outcome of every project is dependent on the level of collaboration taking place between different team members. In that sense, effective collaboration emerges as the backbone of success for every...
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Team Collaboration Strategies You Need to Adopt Right Now

Has this ever happened to you? You’ve worked hard to land that big client that would change your company’s fortunes. You’ve got an elaborate project plan, enthusiastic stakeholders, and you can’t wait to dip your hands into the project and deliver stellar results. However, when it comes to your deliverables, nothing goes as planned. Your...
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10 Tips For Time Management to Enhance Team Productivity

Can you imagine all the things we can learn about ourselves if we were all honest with 100% of the time? We could make a number of positive changes if we just admitted to ourselves what we struggled with! We’d probably be surprised by how many of us share the same struggles. We may know...
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Experts Round-Up: How Do You Ensure You Meet Your Project Deadlines

A lot is at stake if an organization fails to complete a project within a deadline. Obviously, you can’t keep the quality at stake while meeting the set due dates for the project. But adhering to quality standards while completing a project in time is quite a challenge. But not a difficult one to achieve....
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What is a Gantt Chart & How to Use Gantt Charts for Project Planning

Ever seen a knife juggler in action? Think about how difficult, and dangerous, it would be to juggle multiple sharp knives at the same time. You’d have to be extremely cautious (not to mention extremely skilled) and need to keep an eye on all the knives at the same time while knowing precisely when to...
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How to Utilize Operational Excellence Tools to Improve Project Management Operations

What’s the first thought that strikes you when you think of project management operations? Is it the planning phase, where resource allocation and risk management strategies become a prime concern? Or the execution phase, where a need for integrated performance across risk, revenue, and cost becomes essential for a project’s success? Probably both? So, how...
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8 Important Skills Every Elearning Project Manager Should Possess

What’s that one expectation every client has from its project manager? Timely project completion. But, there are two aspects that need to be inline, ensuring project deadlines are met. This includes: Delivery of results on, or before the deadline. Ensuring the quality of deliverable hasn’t been compromised in an attempt to finish the project before...
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How Project Collaboration Software Can Make Your Team More Productive

What causes low productivity at work? Unmotivated or stressed employees? Insufficient skills to get the job done? Inefficient time management? Inadequate team collaboration? Bad work pressure management? Among these reasons, do you know what affects productivity the most? Inadequate team collaboration. Did you know that team productivity improves by 20-25% in an organization if they...
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Top Practices for Prioritizing Project Work for Your Team

As a Marketing Manager, I work with such clients, who do not know how to prioritize projects. Consequently, they encounter poor results in the later stages. Generally, they start their day with a list of things to uplift productivity levels, but they, unfortunately, have to shift their focus to some urgent work later on. This...
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