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Editorial Topic: PM Perspective
Project managers can't help but see the world as one big project. Not that that's a bad thing. Here's a look at current events, as seen through PM-colored glasses.
Even if you have polished your ability to manage an IT project, you can be fingered as a scapegoat from a group working a parallel process. Learn how to avoid this frustration when partnering with the user performance managers.
Vice President Shoots Buddy Accidentally During a Quail Hunt – Public Doesn’t Hear About it until 24 Hours Later
The Bush Administration got low marks from the so-called 9/11 Commission Report on the handling of those terror attacks. PMs might have a better plan for keeping America safe.
There are no textbook solutions for managing a disaster.
The future is bright for IT project managers this year, with IT salaries expected to jump and an outstanding PM outlook.
Gartner and IDC consultants share their views on trends in the upcoming year.
The depressing aftermath: Post-disaster management strategies.
Experienced PM Lisa Olsen offers her take on disaster planning, and the elusive multifaceted leader needed to manage a catastrophe.
Take a look at recent news through the eyes of a seasoned project manager.