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Project Management

by Jill Foster on September 3, 2009

Threats to Your Profitability: Chief Troublemaker Warns of Project Overhang

by Jill Foster on September 3, 2009

After each Web site launch, I ask the Project Manager in charge what’s left to do. Why? Because inevitably, there are items that didn’t make the launch. I call this ‘Project Overhang’ and it can be deadly to a firm’s profitability and productivity. Project Overhang is what we call tasks that are left over from [...]

by Jill Foster on April 10, 2009

From Chief Troublemaker Joanna Pineda: What Clients Want (hint: to be understood)

by Jill Foster on April 10, 2009

Founder/CEO and self-proclaimed Chief Troublemaker of Matrix Group International Joanna Pineda is a Women Grow Business enthusiast. She is known for her visionary big-picture thinking and drive for excellence. Combining her broad liberal arts background and passion for technology, she started Matrix Group in 1999, today a leading interactive agency. As a trusted advisor, Joanna [...]

by Jill Foster on February 18, 2009

How Client Perception and Sense of Ownership Affect Project Management

by Jill Foster on February 18, 2009

Guest post by Sharon Dexter, who suggests: “Never close your mind to the possibilities.” Whether through project management or technical consulting, Sharon has managed Internet development projects in e-commerce, member management, SEO, and CRM. As a judge for the past several years for the Web Marketing Association Web Awards, Sharon loves everything related to the [...]