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Old 10-31-2011, 10:48 PM
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Top Nine Project Management Trends in 2012

While it’s not possible to predict what’s going to happen in the future, it’s pretty easy to predict the trends in the field of project management. This article[http://www.way2pm.com/blog/?p=1471] predicts the project management trends in 2012 based on the year 2011 trends and recent survey results.
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Top Nine Project Management Trends in 2012

Thanks for sharing the report. An ongoing trend in project management is the adoption of tools and software that are capable of handling time, schedule, resource, portfolio and financial management for multiple projects. There are other solutions that have reduced the burden of project managers across mid and large sized organizations. We're into consulting and use Microsoft's Project Professional project management software to handle project tasks.
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I think it's really important to be aware of trends and try to predict them as best as you can, so thanks for the article. I really think that it's important to do your research and stay on top of the latest and greatest, when possible. Project management is a field that is always going to be around and with all the developing softwares I think it's nice to have access to variety and use people's testimonials as a means of finding the latest and greatest. I have used Microsoft project in the past, and for the longest time I thought it was the only thing out there, which was disappointing because I am not a fan. I recently was introduced to http://www.PureProjectTools.com by a collegue of mine, and it has been a life saver. It's able to handle everything I throw at it, and it's constantly updating which is nice. And it's free, unlike Microsoft Project. Just because Microsoft is a huge company, doesn't mean it's the best.
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