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10 Reasons Why Citizen Development Could Be Good for Your Career

by PMI

Have you been hearing interesting things about citizen development and low-code/no-code applications? Wondering whether you should invest time in learning more about this new, exciting approach? Here are 10 ways it can benefit your career.

10 Reasons You Need PPM

by Tushar Patel

Is your organization becoming complacent with spreadsheets and outdated project management tools? A PPM approach can help you realize the true potential of your projects, your teams and yourself, from ensuring alignment with the business and increasing accountability, to improving forecasting, reporting and collaboration.

10 Resolutions to Help You and Your PMO in 2017

by Robert Bulger

’Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions. But instead of gym memberships and bucket lists, what about concentrating this year's resolutions on your PMO? Try this list on for size. It's designed to give you and your PMO a successful, prosperous and benefit realized 2017.

10 Steps to Better Metrics

by Carol Dekkers

An effective software measurement program is a long-term investment, not a quick fix. Here are 10 steps to ensure your organization’s metrics deliver a positive return on that investment, from more accurate cost and schedule estimation, to streamlined processes and better insights into current and future commitments.

10 Steps to Better Product Management

by Michael Lester

The role of product manager is one that is poorly understood, with different interpretations among organizations. But whether you’re working for a small software company or a big consumer electronics manufacturer, these ten steps can transform product management from being a reactive tactical process to a strategic asset.

10 Steps to Breakthrough PI Results (Part 1)

by Michael Wood

What does it take to do world-class business process improvement projects? Does it take a total corporate infrastructure dedicated to the task? Does it take lots of automated tool sets that do process analysis, simulations and collaboration? The answer may surprise you...

10 Steps to Breakthrough PI Results (Part 2)

by Michael Wood

What does it take to do world-class business process improvement projects? Does it take a total corporate infrastructure dedicated to the task? Does it lots of automated tool sets that do process analysis, simulations and collaboration? The answer may surprise you as we conclude our two-part series.

10 Strategic Execution Trends for 2015

by Tim Wasserman

Smart, high-performing organizations are structured to react more quickly to external and internal shifts. They view the future as a possibility, change as an opportunity, and their strategy as the tool to get them there. Here are 10 strategic execution trends they will be focusing on in 2015.

10 Things CIOs Should Know About Agile

by ProjectsatWork.com

Agile methods have the capability to transform IT-business relationships and positively impact value delivery. But IT leaders must be dedicated to the culture change necessary for success. Here are 10 guiding principles you need to know about agile development.

10 Tips for Better Estimates

by Jerry Manas

Bad project estimates cause costly delays, scope creep and inefficient resource allocation across programs and portfolios. Here are 10 ways to generate more accurate estimates throughout your organization, starting with a multi-phased approach and including top-down and bottom-up methods.

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