7 Tips for Keeping Projects On Track During the Holiday Season  

Just as your finances, diet and exercise routine can get thrown out of whack with the arrival of the holidays, so can the progress on your various projects at work. The following are seven tips that will help you keep your projects on track this holiday season. Be a Good Example Your employees will follow […]

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So Your Project Has Gotten Off Track: How To Know It’s Time to Make a Change

From the contractor’s constant “you can’t do that” to the client’s endless number of changes and ideas, it is very common for projects to get off track. Architects, engineers and project managers know when things become “off” simply because the project doesn’t feel right or no longer is anything like what it originally was supposed […]

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Why a Project Management Tool Will Let You Have More Free Time  

“Time is money.” Therefore, by shaving minutes and hours off of different stages of a project can make a world of difference in your income. After all, if you finish a job faster you can move on to additional money making ventures netting you and your business a greater income or just have more time to […]

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What to Do When Your Project Goes Over Budget  

The job of an architect, engineer or project manager is to give clients what they want. It’s quite common for budgets and expectations to be well out of line. When a project is underway changes, unexpected delays, and changing material pricing can impact the budget. As a professional you know it’s not your fault the […]

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How to Stay Motivated, No Matter Your Project Length

The longer your architectural or engineering project is, the more important it is to keep your entire team on task and working towards the goal. Motivation isn’t easy to achieve over the long haul, but it directly impacts costs, project completion, satisfaction, deadlines, and perhaps most importantly, the satisfaction of every member on your team. […]

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It Might Be You: Why Your Management Style Might be Making Your Projects Fail (And How You Can Fix That) Pt. 3

The Dangers of Micromanaging in Regards to Productivity: The human tendency when something needs to be done is to get involved and make sure it happens. In other words, take control. This is especially true with “Type A” personalities, who are perfectionists by nature. If this sounds like you, micromanaging could become an issue, and […]

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It Might Be You: Why Your Management Style Might be Making Your Projects Fail (And How You Can Fix That) Pt. 2

Importance of a Positive Attitude in Project Management: Being a great project manager involves several factors. You, of course, have to be well organized and capable of leading the individuals who are under your supervision. However, you might be surprised to learn that being a superb manager has more to do with your attitude than […]

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