Brad Egeland

Brad Egeland is a Business Solution Designer and IT/PM consultant and author with over 25 years of experience. Brad is married, a father of nine, and lives in sunny Las Vegas, NV.

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3 Ways to Elevate Your Project Right Now

It’s easy to get stuck thinking that job growth and project improvement is something that occurs over the longer-haul of time. But what if you could spend just two hours in one day moving your project forward in the eyes of your managers and team members? In our never ending push to be all that...

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How to Turn Over Your Project to a New Project Manager

There comes a time in almost every project manager’s career when they need to give away a project. There are many reasons why this happens, such as: You were given a critical project and need to lighten your workload; the project requires skills that are better suited another PM; you have a higher priority project...

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How to Plan for a Project with a No Change Orders Policy

I was recently hired as the consulting project manager lead for a client who was on a tight budget. At project kickoff time he made a peculiar announcement: “No change orders, period.” The only other time I had ever heard of such a thing was when I was working at a company that no longer...

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Is Remote Management Right for Your Project?

These days, the world gets smaller, but our teams get more scattered. Increasingly, organizations and teams are comprised of people working in different locations. Is this always the best formula when managing projects? It depends on the project, and the customer’s expectations. Perception, location, budget, and project needs all play a role in deciding what’s...

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How to Make the Best Decision for Your Project

As project managers, we have to make hundreds of decisions throughout our careers. All of these choices have significant impacts on our projects, teams and customers. It would be great if we always had plenty of time and all the critical pieces of information that we need to make good, informed decisions. But we don’t....

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