Laura Broadwater Mayer

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Interns: Why Summer is the Best Time for Project Managers to Tackle Low-Priority Tasks

With numerous college graduations to celebrate this month, I am reminded of that wonderful time of year for savvy project managers – the influx of eager summer interns!  Summer hires and college students on break are perfect opportunities to get short-term projects completed. While mentoring a professionally-young charge may initially seem like a challenge, it’s …

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Justice Department to Publish Final Rule to Strengthen Web and Mobile App Access for People with Disabilities

A new regulation was enacted this week and those involved in the development or management of state or local government websites should take note. Specifying the responsibilities of state and local government bodies in rendering their digital platforms accessible,  Attorney General Merrick Garland enacted a new regulation under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities …

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A Use Case for Low Code Automation: Unleashing the Power of PhantomBuster

In the general sense, most of us grasp the concept of no-code and low-code solutions in workflow automations. But architecting specific ways these solutions can benefit one’s particular organization may require a bit more innovation and out-of-the-box thinking. So to get our digital technical project management creativity a boost, read on for some use case …

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The Rise of No-Code and Low-Code Solutions in Business Efficiency

With the numerous technological changes happening across the digital landscape, business agility and efficiency are not just valued but necessary and no-code and low-code solutions are revolutionizing the way companies operate. At Technology Project Solutions (TPS), we’ve observed a significant trend where business owners and employees, often without extensive IT departments, are turning to these …

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How Project Managers Create Effective Two-Way Communication for Stakeholder Engagement 

We’ve spent a number of articles discussing stakeholders and how to ensure they feel part of the project, and effective two-way communication is the foundation.  In project management, two-way communication goes beyond simply sharing information. It involves establishing a strong mutual understanding and trust between project managers and stakeholders. This piece delves into the details …

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Addressing Concerns of Non-Tech Stakeholders: Common Fears and How to Alleviate Them

There are many different types of technical and digital projects, from software and application development to digital strategy marketing plans, and more. But as a digital technical project manager, it’s imperative to recognize that stakeholders, especially those who are experts in their own fields but not in technology, often harbor concerns and fears about the …

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A Stakeholder’s Role in Technical Projects: Where You Fit In

Understanding stakeholders roles and incorporating appropriate involvement is pivotal to digital and technical  project success, as any good project manager knows. Whether our stakeholders come from government agencies, educational institutions, non-profits, financial sectors, or law firms, these ‘Captains of Industry’ bring a unique perspective that enriches the project. Despite their expertise in their respective fields, …

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Technical Jargon Demystified: Making Complex Concepts Accessible

Right off the bat, the language used in technical projects can be an insurmountable barrier to those not familiar with the terminology. Technical jargon, while necessary, often creates a divide between technical experts doing the work and those the project stakeholders who most likely are less familiar with the technicalities. This article aims to bridge …

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Building Trust: The Cornerstone of Managing Stakeholders in Technical Projects

In the ever-evolving realm of digital and technical projects, where change is the only constant, trust stands tall as the cornerstone of effective project management. For digital technical project managers, building and maintaining trust with stakeholders isn’t just a soft skill — it’s a requisite that directly influences project outcomes. Let’s dive into the intricate …

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