New project managers tend to rely on standard processes and techniques. That might seem like a good approach, but it really isn’t.
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BRM practices are not clearly understood, and not used effectively. The new Benefits Realization Management: A Practice Guide will help you drive more successful outcomes and better strategic alignment in your organization.
A new guide from Project Management Institute helps practitioners and organizations understand and address complexity in projects, including sections on alignment, behavior, standards and developing an action plan.
Given that one PM's challenges are unlikely to be someone else's challenges--and everyone’s circumstances will be different--are there any truly universal suggestions we can provide for the new practitioner project manager? How do you know what tips will be useful and which will be redundant or misinterpreted?
Dr. Kanabar continues his series on PMbok knowledge areas
Dr. Vijay Kanabar continues his series of webinars on PM Basics with a discussion on the Excuting phase of the project management lifecycle
When you are a new practitioner—especially if you are a new graduate—you may fall into the credential trap. It’s the belief that earning one more degree, credential or certification will skyrocket your career. There are a few other significant ways that new practitioners can initially keep growing.
As a new practitioner, there is one thing you can count on: continuous change. It is something you must address throughout your career as a program or project manager.
It never fails--at the end of the project, a whole lot of problems start cropping up. Tracking these problems in the flurry of activities occurring at the end of a project can be difficult. How can you handle these appropriately?
Got yourself a new project? Congratulations. Got any idea as to who you are going to have working with you? Chances are, you have your work cut out for you.