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Ryan Rudnitsky

Quick Tip – Copy & Paste Marker Groups

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When creating multiple maps, the key to project efficiency is standardization. A quick way to standardize your maps is to create custom tags & markers that can be applied to a variety of different maps. First thing to do is create a Tag Group that can be used with a number of different maps (for…

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Use Case: Getting the Most from your Resources

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Allocating personnel in a project from start to finish can be one of the hardest challenges of managing a project. From multi-million dollar projects to organizing a party, having tasks assigned evenly and quickly to the entire team is no easy feat. Many professionals use such project tools as Microsoft Project, Primavera, etc. What many…

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Use Case: Creating a Strategic Plan with MindManager

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Strategic planning is one of the hardest and most crucial aspects of an up and coming business. The process for deciding a company’s future will remain with that organization for many years, whether it’s new products or services, or corporate direction. Most strategic plans break down to three core questions that define your plan: Where…

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Use Case: Connecting Internal and External Project Teams

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Communication among project stakeholders is vital to project success.   Participants need frequent communication to help everyone stay on task, understand next steps, and anticipate issues. As we all know, however, maintaining frequent communication is difficult enough for internal teams – ensuring consistent communication with external contractors, agencies, and vendors can be a nightmare.  These few…

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Use Case: Optimizing Project Management with MindManager & Catalyst

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The basic fundamental role of Projects Managers would develop a project plan, assign tasks accordingly, and manage the project as a whole. In an ideal world, the team would accept their assigned tasks with open arms eager to complete them and report back to you immediately after they are finished. When we step back into…

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