hi to all members of this site....im new member...
im beginner in project managment....in iran we have very opportunity in this case...
for example in risk managment we are weak...please introduce Solution till development in this case...thanks a lot of
Even the most experienced project managers occasionally run into project problems that stump them albeit temporarily.
As an experienced project manager under what circumstances would you seek a project coach for yourself? What stops you from asking for help?
System requirement determination is an episode of negotiations between two newly met parties. As with any human interaction, it is subject to raising significant amounts of conflict. As a researcher, and a previous project manager, I am interested in depicting ways to minimize/prevent conflicts during requirement determination and would love to get your input.
Project Closeout and Lessons Learned is becoming an incrasingly important topic in all organizations where projects are relied on to convert strategy into action and tangible outcomes for the organization. This Gantthead Interest Group is ope to all project community members who value the discipline of identifying, documenting, and sharing project lessons learned. It is particularly important that the organization develop a Processs for continuously feeding these lessons learned back to improve the project and business processes of the organization.
PMOs have been organized in project oriented organizations to convert strategy into action for the organization and produce significant outcomes for the firm. Since innovation is a concept that means converting new ideas quickly into returns for the organization, it makes sense for some PMOs to be organized as innovation PMOs who concentrate on processes to convert ideas to outcomes and returns for the organization quickly. I believe that there are already innovation PMOs in existence in some industries and fields of discipline. This Gantthead Interest Group (GIG) will allow any project community members who want to focus on innovation PMOs to collaborate on advancing this concept.
Based on the journey the project management profession has traveled the last 30 years, there are so many questions we never ask.
Are the secrets to the future of project management hidden in its past?
As project professionals are we the people who failed to learn from history?
Why did so many professions like law, medicine and accounting evolve to a higher professional status, while those of professional management devolved from their professional zenith?
These and other questions can and should be explored in this GIG.