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200+ Project Management Power Verbs

        posted by , April 14, 2013

Nothing does more for your career than an effective vocabulary.

The right words enhance your communications, documents and presentations. They're also critical for your performance objectives and your resume.

If you're like me, you're tired of using the same verbs over and over again to describe project management actions. Verbs such as manage, plan, estimate, integrate, schedule and resolve are so useful in project management contexts that it's easy to fall back on them. For example, practically every project management action can be called "manage".

It's a good habit to use the most specific word available to describe your actions. The following verbs apply to various project management scenarios.

AccelerateDealLicense
AccomplishDecideListen
AccountDefendLobby
AchieveDefineMaintain
AcquireDelegateManage
ActivateDeliverMarket
AdaptDemonstrateMaster
AdjustDescribeMeasure
AdministerDesignMediate
AdviseDetailModel
AllocateDetermineModify
AnalyzeDevelopMonitor
AnnotateDeviseMotivate
AnswerDiminishNegotiate
AnticipateDirectObtain
ApplyDiscoverOperate
AppointDistributeOrder
AppraiseDocumentOrganize
ApproveDraftOriginate
ArbitrateEarnOutline
ArrangeEditOversee
ArticulateEducateParticipate
AssembleEffectPerceive
AssessElicit Perform
AssignEncouragePersuade
AssistEngineerPlan
AssumeEnlargePresent
AssureEstablishPreside
AwardEstimateProcess
BalanceEvaluateProcure
BriefExamineProduce
BringExecutePromote
BudgetExhibitProtect
BuildExpandProvide
CalculateExpedite Publicize
CatalogExperienceQuestion
ChairExperimentRaise
ChangeExplainRecord
CharterExploreReduce
CheckExpressReport
ChoseExtendRepresent
ClarifyFileRequire
ClassifyForesee Research
ClearFormResolve
CloseFormulateRespond
CodeGainRestore
CollaborateGatherRetain
CollectGenerateRetrieve
CombineGovernReview
CommentGrantedRevise
CommunicateGroupSave
CompareGuideSchedule
CompileHandleSearch
CompleteHelpSelect
ComposeHighlightServe
ComputeIdentifyShape
ConceiveIllustrateShare
ConceptualizeImplementShow
ConcludeImproveSimplify
ConductIncorporateSolicit
ConsolidateIncreaseSolve
ConstructInfluenceSpecialize
ConsultInformSpecify
ContactInspectSpeak
ContinueInstituteStart
ContractIntegrateStimulate
ControlInterpret Structure
Convene InterviewStudy
ConvertIntroduceSummarize
ConveyInventSupervise
Convince InvestigateSupport
CoordinateInvolveTarget
CorrectJoinTeach
CorrelateJustifyTrain
CorrespondKeepUtilize
CounselLeadVerify



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