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Project management

To use or not to use templates?

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In this article I’d like to discuss such interesting topic as usage of templates. Though the answer seems to be obvious there are a lot of points that must be taken into consideration, especially if you aren’t very experienced in project management. I know it, because I were doing mistakes such mistakes at the beginning of my career. What mistakes?

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Project management

Efforts across project’s life cycle

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Today I’ll talk a little bit about distribution of efforts and cost from the beginning of the project till its closure which is actually basics of project management. The reason for that is my desire to add a couple of words to explanation in PMBOK.  PMBOK tells good and right things, so I just want to add one aspect, which isn’t mentioned.

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Project management

Rolling waves planning

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I’m pretty sure that you were in situations where you have to make decisions without sufficient amount of information and just relaying on assumptions. Under such circumstances there is a quite big chance that your decision isn’t correct. What to do? We’ll discuss it in this article.

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Project management

Projects around us

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In this article I want to share some my ideas about project management and its application in life without relations to IT field. It might be surprising at a glance, but we are surrounded by projects. They may be different or similar, but approach to achieving the goals and meeting the requirements are the same. Let’s take closer look.

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CCIE. What you need to know about study process.

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In this post I’d like to share my vision and my approach how to prepare for CCIE and successfully get this certification. My approach is based on my previous experience with preparation CCIE Routing and Switching, which both written and lab exams I’ve successfully passed in 2015 and got CCIE #49412. So it’s subjective, but it works.

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