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DPM Podcast: Managing Expectations The Right Way (With Natalie Semczuk)

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We all know communication is a massively important part of our project manager role. But what are the tools we can use to be better at it? One of them is a communications plan. Ben talks to Natalie about how you can use a communication plan to manage expectations better – keep listening to find out how you can stop clients badgering you for information, and get the things you need from your clients!

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DPM Podcast: Getting Stuff Done (with Cedric Waldburger)

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Project managers are masters of getting stuff done. But what are the tricks for getting more stuff done, better? Ben Aston chats with Cédric Waldburger, founder of SendTask, to discuss everything from crypto currencies to founding companies, and how we can get more done by making our lives simpler.

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DPM Podcast: Lessons Learned & Tales Of A Remote Project Manager (with Natalie Semczuk)

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Ben discusses the life of a ‘remoter’ project manager with Natalie Semczuk, her new DPM(ish) newsletter. After a tragic internet malfunction, the conversation pivots to unpacking typical project problem areas, why and how it’s important to document lessons learned, and what to do with those lessons, to stop making the same mistakes.

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DPM Podcast: How To Get The Best From Your Development Team (with Kelly Suter)

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The relationship between a project manager and their development team can often be a tricky one – so how can we make it better? Kelly Suter joins Ben Aston to discuss techniques you can use to build a better dynamic with your development team and tools she’s using to run projects.

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