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Six Steps to Manage Risk in Your Next Project

Six steps to take to minimize the risks to your next project: Kepner-Tregoe project management blog post 

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What is Missing from Project Management?

The missing piece of the project management puzzle-new blog post looks at people in projects

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Crashing a Project Without Damage

Crashing a project without wrecking it. Five questions to ask before you crash a project. 

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Why put off until tomorrow what you can do today?

The best advice when managing a project? Even if it is easy to execute on a task today, if the action isn't on the critical path you may want to delay considering impact on performance, cost and time.  

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KT Process Central to University of Utah's Success at NASA Competition

A student team from the University of Utah takes 3rd place in the NASA Competition using Kepner-Tregoe Project Management. 50 years after NASA used KT process to bring Apollo 13 astronauts home from space.

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Universal Principals and KT Problem Analysis

A guest author compares principals drawn from noted philosophers to Kepner-Tregoe Problem Analysis.

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Planning Key in NYSE System Outage: 10 Essential Components to Your Incident Management Playbook

NYSE shutdown offers lessons. 10 Essential components to have in your Incident Management Playbook

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The Value of Should: A 2nd Look at “Deflategate” Charges

The NY Times and some KT thinking question judgments made about deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.  A blog by KT’s Robert Binney about “Should” and “Actual.”

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Project Meetings: Time Well Spent?

Meetings your top complaint? Four questions to ask before you schedule your next project meeting.

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What are the Differences between Statements A and B?

When problems linger--Is it time to step back and use Situation Appraisal to ask "What do we need to know?"

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