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Bruce Harpham

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Bruce Harpham, PMP, is the editor of ProjectManagementHacks.com, a resource for growing IT project managers. Bruce's experience includes leading projects in the financial services industry and in higher education. Bruce received his Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto, Master of Arts (History) from the University of Western Ontario and Master of Information Studies degree from the University of Toronto. Outside of his professional pursuits, Bruce's interests include history, world travel, wine and science fiction. Bruce lives in Toronto, Canada. You can view Project Management Hacks at the button below.

October, 2015

  • 2 October

    How to Build Your Internal Network in 4 Weeks: Keys to Getting More Done

    What comes to mind when you think of networking and building relationships? For me, I think about going to events – PMI events, conferences and parties. In many cases, these are enjoyable activities and I often learn about new people as well. Your external network is valuable for many reasons, including giving you new perspectives and opportunities. In your current role, your internal network is even more important. For project managers and IT professionals, there ...

September, 2015

  • 11 September

    4 Steps to Build Better Relationships at Work

    Building relationships at the office is a skill and asset that project managers can use over and over again through their careers. Why Project Managers Need to Build Relationships More opportunities. Project managers working on contract are always marketing. Building better relationships will send more opportunities your way. Build influence. Project managers often have limited traditional authority over staff in their work. By having friends who know, like and trust you, persuading people to work ...

July, 2015

  • 27 July

    How to Become an Innovative Project Manager in 6 Steps

    Projects are about changing the world for the better. Many project managers I talk to tend to be most proud of their highly innovative projects. For example, Jon McGowan PMP is proud of the mobile banking application project he developed. The excitement and challenge to deliver a truly innovative project is well worth the effort. That just leaves one question – how exactly do we become highly innovative project managers? Here is a six-step process ...

May, 2015

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December, 2014