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Montana Tech’s Online Project Management Degree Ranked A Best Value


OnlineU, the leader in affordable higher education publishing, has named Montana Tech to its list of 2016 Best Value Online Colleges for Project Management degrees. OnlineU named the 25 best value schools offering online project management degrees based on an academic strength score above 59% and annual tuitions under $24,000. Montana Tech landed in the…

4 Prototyping Myths and Mistakes a Business Analyst Should Avoid

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Yes, to err is human. When done right, it’s also an important part of defining and designing great software. From conceptualization to final delivery, you’re likely to design and redesign your ideas countless times using some combination of wireframes, prototypes, and mockups. These tools allow you to translate text requirements into visual ideas, explore them…

Windows 10 upgrade: Don’t use Express settings if you value your privacy


When you’re setting up a new or existing PC with Windows 10, Microsoft will offer to install the operating system with “Express settings.” Although Windows 10 Express settings will get you up and running quickly, that convenience comes at a cost: By skipping over custom settings, you’re agreeing to all kinds of data collection and…

From Construction Site to Court Room: How project management is transforming expert witness teams


With surprising frequency, attorneys involved in litigating design and construction issues take a very simple, even myopic view of the use of expert witnesses. In a lawsuit that’s focused on structural problems, for instance, who could carry more authority than a structural engineer? The strategy seems straightforward: enlist the expert most closely aligned with the…

Legendary Leadership Secrets – Success Eats Charisma for Lunch


Legendary Leadership Secrets – Success Eats Charisma for Lunch By David Roppo For many decades the phrase “Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” has been floating around leadership development circles. It’s often attributed to Peter Drucker, the father of management, although that claim has yet to be substantiated. Nevertheless, I believe the phrase makes for some…