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Why Project Management Is Effective For Your Business And Teams?

Hey you, what are you doing here? If you are checking this out it means one or two things. You are determined to learn more about your project management challenges and the next step is to find the best project management platform that would solve your problems. 376 more words

Project Management

5 THINGS I'VE LEARNED DEALING WITH WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE

“Difficult people are the greatest teachers” – Pema Chodron, Buddhist Monk

I’ve spent the bulk of my career working in high-pressure corporate environments managing a broad range of personalities. 640 more words

Leadership

Are more stakeholders better?

Community member post by Eleanor Sterling

Participatory modeling, by definition, involves engaging “stakeholders” in decision making. But determining which stakeholders to involve, when, and how is a delicate balance. 666 more words

Concepts

Sixth OysterFutures workgroup meeting

Thank you everyone for making it out on a chilly Veterans day weekend for the sixth OysterFutures workgroup meeting at Horn Point Lab! We look forward to seeing you again January 5-6 for the next meeting. 14 more words

Program Goals and Objectives

We’ve come to realize that developing a health communication plan is a lot of work, and requires making a lot of seemingly small decisions, that end up having a huge impact! 586 more words

Children Under 5

Situation and Audience Analysis

Our Health Communication project focuses on reducing Malaria incidence in Neno District, Malawi among Children Under 5 and Pregnant women.

When developing our situation analysis and audience segmentation, we began by providing a brief description of what malaria is. 452 more words

Children Under 5

Successful Watershed Management in the Upper Midwest: Getting to Scale

Post written by Melissa Miller, Associate Director for the Iowa Water Center

On November 6 and 7, a group of about 35 stakeholders representing fields of higher education, government, policy, and watershed practitioners gathered in Dubuque, Iowa, for a working session entitled “Successful Watershed Management in the Upper Midwest: Getting to Scale.” Rebecca Power and the North Central Region Water Network organized this event. 383 more words

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