Have you ever been asked to take over an ailing project—one that was close to failing and completely off track? A few simple steps can help you get off to a good start with your team and all stakeholders.
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Disruptive technology is more than just one of the latest buzzword terms, it’s something that will change project management. Are we returning to project managers who have to be IT experts?
The disruptive trends of over a dozen emerging technologies have raised the concern that many organizations and individuals will find it difficult to cope given the magnitude of impact. Like it or not, change is occurring—and it will have a disruptive influence in your professional and your personal life.
PMI’s Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures – Third Edition will be open for public review and comment starting 5 October and ending 3 November 2018. Anyone with an interest in good and accepted practices for work breakdown structures in projects and programs is welcome to participate by visiting the exposure draft page.
Our PM training needs to focus on driving change more than following process. Here's a list list of 14 skills a project manager should refine in order to stay relevant in the future.
Long gone are the days when project managers were rare commodities. What can you do to make yourself stand out in a crowd of impressive resumes and unprecedented competition?
Has agile replaced other development methodologies as the go-to approach? Is it true for all projects? Let’s look at some characteristics of projects in the real world…
Organizations often create cross-functional teams that enhance informational diversity, but this can present its own challenges. This practitioner shares four techniques he's developed over 25 years of handling project teams composed of “firm-minded” experts in the hopes of developing a project’s outcomes.
In this white paper, Gina Abudi, author of Implementing Positive Organizational Change: A Strategic Project Management Approach, will provide best practices for effective communications to engage employees in change initiatives.
Every team moves through the five stages of team development. This white paper will share more details about each and provide an example of a team moving through the stages.