Editorial Topic: PM Perspective

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.

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Positioning for Recovery

by Michael Wood

Call us optimistic, but we want you to be prepared for the economic comeback that we're sure is just around the corner, or at least somewhere on the horizon. Sooner or later (we hope sooner), this recession is going to recede, and by planning for that now, you can be first in line when management starts handing out all that new funding.

Avoid Being the Scapegoat

by Joe Wynne

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.

Who’s Keeping America Safe? (Part 2 of 2)

by Bob Weinstein

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.

Predictions 2006 (Part 2 of 2)

by Bob Weinstein

The future is bright for IT project managers this year, with IT salaries expected to jump and an outstanding PM outlook.

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