Michelle LaBrosse

Michelle LaBrosse, PMP, is an entrepreneurial powerhouse with a penchant for making success easy, fun and fast. She is the founder of Cheetah Learning, the author of the Cheetah Success Series and a prolific blogger. Cheetah Learning is a virtual company with 100 employees, contractors and licensees worldwide. To date, more than 50,000 people have become “Cheetahs” using Cheetah Learning’s innovative project management and accelerated learning techniques. LaBrosse also developed the Cheetah Certified Project Manager (CCPM) program based on Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality profiling to help students master how to use their unique strengths for learning, doing projects and negotiating. She is recognized by PMI as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in the world.

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RecruitingMore Like This

If business owners have found themselves in the position of needing to hire a new project manager for their team, congratulations! Not only does this mean they are doing well enough to afford to bring on a new employee, but also that they have a new opportunity to re-energize the project team with fresh, savvy and competent leadership.

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ProductivityMore Like This

A project team seems to have all the right pieces—team members’ technical proficiency, good internal communication and an organized project manager—but something still isn’t quite right. The team still struggles to get projects done on time and is not as productive as it could be. The problem might have something to do with the team’s physical work environment.

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Corporate StrategyMore Like This

Project portfolio management (PPM) is an emerging discipline in which a group of projects is analyzed, prioritized and collectively managed in a coordinated way. This approach allows project managers to reap benefits that would not be available if the projects were managed separately. It also allows them to periodically monitor the performance of projects in the light of changing conditions (e.g., finite resources, a changing marketplace or shifts in corporate strategy).

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