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Pavel Aramyan

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Pavel is a doctor who happens to have an MBA degree and a strong passion for writing. "I am a do-it-all kind of person: When I am not writing, I am busy curing people, when I am not curing people, I tend to kill WCG competitions. Life is fun, and full of wonders: Do what you enjoy most, even if it’s everything at once."

May 16, 2017 by Pavel Aramyan in PM Best Practices & News

Alternatives to MS Project: Why cloud-based project management software like Easy Projects is becoming a strong alternative to MS Project

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As far back as in 1984, Microsoft revolutionized the project management (PM) field by introducing their Microsoft Project application. Indeed, Project’s innovative approach to developing a plan and tracking progress was God-given for managers of the time. However, the reality has immensely changed. Today the ‘cloud’ seems to be dominating everywhere – starting from website backup ...

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Dec 29, 2016 by Pavel Aramyan in PM Best Practices & News

How to deal with difficult team members

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If you say you never have, then lucky for you, but take our word for it that it frigging sucks. There's little worse than working with a teammate who is, well, a jerk to everyone. However, being a jerk isn't the only way that it can be difficult to work with somebody. Many people are plainly nice and well-intentioned, but for whatever reason they do not function well in a team, which is a drag for everyone else.

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Sep 14, 2016 by Pavel Aramyan in PM Best Practices & News

3 reasons why Project Management software doesn’t hinder the creativity of your design department

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There has been chatter online that project management software may indeed be invaluable for task assignment and real-time communication with clients, but that it can impede the creative juices of designers from freely flowing. However, this is an ill-fitting, blanket generalization of an entire industry that in fact has a diverse array of options for myriad applications.

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