PMI recently published the new A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition and the accompanying Agile Practice Guide. So anyone considering taking the PMP® or PMI-ACP® exam is probably wondering if and how these new releases impact their study plans...
Many organizational change initiatives start with a bang and end with a whimper. New ideas need dedicated champions to sustain momentum as people lose interest and obstacles are encountered. Here are some ongoing activities to keep individuals engaged, informed and supportive.
While a fast-paced career trajectory can be wonderful for skills development (and your LinkedIn connection count), starting a new job is often overwhelming. Acclimating to a new corporate culture, currying favor with senior managers and winning over team members is all part of the adjustment process.
Here’s how a few project professionals are easing the transition to their new positions and acclimating to a new work life.
When organizational change strikes, it can make you feel like you're stuck in the outback fighting for survival. Take it from the tribe members, pull together, align yourself, but still watch your back. It works for them.
Ah, the good ol' project management maxims! We've heard them all, right? Or have we? Over the last few years, one writer's professional encounters have led him to develop a few new gems of PM wisdom, destined to one day find their special place on project status reports worldwide (well, he can dream, right?).