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  1. Eight resolutions for better project team collaboration
    Setting resolutions specific to project team collaboration is one way to jump-start your team’s efforts in the new year.

  2. Project management trends to watch in 2014
    Read Andy Makar's predictions about what will be the hottest project management trends in the coming year, and then let us know if you'd make changes to his list.

  3. Interview red flags for the IT consultant
    Sometimes the new IT consulting gig you're walking into is a mess. These early warning signs might set off your inner Geiger counter.

  4. Move from collaborations to conversations with Glip
    Will Kelly reviews Glip, a new conversation platform targeting SMBs that want a better collaboration and communications solution.

  5. Create a Huddle project workspace in a snap
    SharePoint competitor Huddle has at least thing in its favor: It's very easy to set up a workspace. Learn how to do so in this tutorial.

  6. Bloat is not 'good': Stick to the numbers when discussing scope/time/cost dynamic
    Ken Hardin breaks down why the PM concept of scope/time/cost has been misinterpreted as "good, fast, cheap" by IT organizations.

  7. Create schedule quality checks in Microsoft Project 2010
    Here's how to build custom filters in Microsoft Project 2010 to ensure you have a quality project schedule.

  8. Seven important Asana integrations for project teams
    Asana supports integrations with an increasing number of SaaS productivity and PM applications. Read about seven of them.

  9. rollout lesson: Push back on unrealistic launch dates
    Ken Hardin believes testing and a real sense of consequence might have helped dodge the Obamacare site launch fiasco. Read his tips for tackling forced release dates.

  10. 14 quality checks for your IT project schedule
    One way to evaluate whether your project schedule is good is to measure it against this list of quality checks from the Defense Contract Management Agency.