Tag: digital delivery

How to Explain to a Client They’re Wrong

When working as a Digital Project Manager, sometimes you just know the latest request from a client is just plain wrong. But how can you go about explaining to the client they’re wrong? Read my latest article published on Smashing Magazine for some advice on dealing with this delicate situation.

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The Whole World Uses Windows and Internet Explorer

We laugh at them, we snipe at them, we write hate-filled blog posts about them and we want them to die! But like them or loathe them, the fact is an awful lot of people use Windows and Internet Explorer to view the websites you build for clients. As Digital Project Managers we just can’t afford to take the same stance as the cool kids!

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Digital Project Management: Seven Deadly Sins – Part 4

In this final part of the Michael Dlugosch talks about Sloth, the last of the digital project management deadly sins. It deals specifically with the constant struggle Digital Project Managers have when trying to allocate resource to their projects only to discover there is none available. Oh how everyone can surely relate to this issue!

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Digital Project Management: Seven Deadly Sins – Part 1

The first in a series of guest posts by Michael Dlugosch, Senior Consultant at Kwantik, discusses the Seven Deadly Sins of Digital Project Management and how to avoid and combat them. In Part 1, Michael talks about why we need to educate clients and why we should be lenient towards Account Managers – The sins of Vanity and Envy.

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Digital Projects: How To Keep The Peace When Making Decisions

When managing digital projects Digital Project Managers will need to make constant decisions that each have the capability to make one group of people happy and another upset. While you can’t always keep everyone happy, by adopting a ‘consider, analyse and communicate’ decision making process you can improve your chances of maintaining peace and harmony amongst everyone.

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Pragmatic Digital Project Planning: Part 3 of 3

In this final part we’ll take a look at a pragmatic approach to digital project planning for those of us working in a small busy agency or as a freelancer. Read why digital project planning is not as complicated as you might think and not something only dedicated digital project managers can undertake.

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