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6 Tips to Attract Your Ideal Web Development Clients

You invested your blood, sweat, tears, and insane levels of creativity into developing a site for an awesome client—let’s call them Client A—that you were working with.
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Change Management: How to Deal With Changes in Your Team

Change can be good, and change management can be bad. But, regardless of your specific circumstances, there’s one thing that change always is on your project team: disruptive.
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Your Guide to Defining Clear Project Objectives for Your Team

As a project manager, the success and failure of projects objectives that you set for your team rests all on your shoulders. No pressure, right?
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5 Tips to Managing Conflicting Opinions In Product Development

As a product manager, a core piece of your job is collecting feedback and then putting it to work to improve your product development strategy.
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Difficult Web Design Clients: 5 Things to Keep in Mind

There’s the web design client who keeps requesting endless changes. The one who disappears for weeks on end when you have questions you need answered. The one who constantly wants to haggle over prices. The one who doesn’t like your design—but can’t explain why. Sound familiar?
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6 Types of Management Styles for Effective Leadership

With so many types of management styles to choose from, you can (and should) revel in the many leadership styles at your disposal.

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How to Get Customer Feedback (Even When You’re Short on Time)

Ask any product manager about how they set priorities, and all of them will be quick to mention customer feedback.
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The Weaponized Timesheet (Or, How We All Need to Get Real About Productivity)

In most any agency, timesheets have long been a pain point between decision-makers and their employees. To management, they are vital for forecasting, budgeting, hiring, measuring efficiency, and saving money.