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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / April 3, 2013

Project Management Training – Registration Closed!

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We have already received the maximum number of participants for the April class and have closed registration Please look out for the next series of meetups and training. Following the first PM meetup of 2013 (find related blogpost here), iHub Consulting and our training partners from the Kenyan chapter of

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For-Dummies

iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / April 3, 2013

Project Management 4 Dummies

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By Clement Kitetu, PMP®  Managing projects is a process with activities and check-stops. Basic principles apply in all situations regardless of the type of project you are managing. Here are 12 step-by-step commandments to follow when handling any project (whether big or small): Engage the client Understand requirements (meet them

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iHub consulting team during the last meetup

iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / March 25, 2013

Hacking Process

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Once a month, the consultants of iHub Consulting get together to discuss ongoing/ upcoming projects and exchange ideas on how to increase their effectiveness in software development. The team is involved in every project process from the beginning (going over the project brief and developing a proposal) because we believe

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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / March 17, 2013

Project Managers’ Meetup

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iHub has formed a partnership with the Project Management Institute – Kenya chapter (PMI-K) to build on critical project management skills that are needed in the local tech scene. Through activities like training, research and  regular networking events, issues, opportunities and skills will be shared between practicing professionals in Kenya and

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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / March 7, 2013

Building Bridges

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When iHub Consulting was formed, the main question was: How do we level-up local techies to be able to meet their clients’ needs and expectations? This question came about because it was clear that there was a gap in non-technical skills which are essential for growth of the local tech

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