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David Egan

About: David Egan

David Egan, PMP, is a Global Knowledge instructor who has spent 20 years in the IT industry. A management consultant to many Fortune 500 companies his background spans all areas of industry and government. He holds an MBA from McGill University as well as MCSE, MCT, and RHCX certification.

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Writing Effective Project Requirements

Written on April 17, 2008, by

Requirements are (or should be) the foundation for every project. Put most simply, a requirement is a need. This problem, this need, leads to the requirements, and everything else in the project builds off these business requirements. Importance of Requirements Requirements are considered by many experts to be the major non-management, non-business reason projects don’t…

Dealing with Under-Achievers within a Project

Written on March 20, 2008, by

Personalities can have adverse affects on projects, and one of the worst is the Under-Achiever Type. Recognizing this in people may not always be that easy. Being able to cope with this personality can improve overall performance of them and your project. Recognition: When Is Someone an Under-achiever? Showing up late for work or meetings,…

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