After showing how Kanban is applied to small projects and larger-scale initiatives up to three months in duration, our series concludes with a detailed look at the challenges and benefits of bringing Kanban to longer projects in multi-team environments. It starts with enabling a shared understanding of reality.
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Your project is only as good as your project plan and control documents. Here’s how to keep on top of things.
The Team Status view is a custom view that was created by building a custom table and view in MS-Project. Instead of building the view yourself, you can copy the view from this template into MS-Project's GLOBAL.MPT file, the default template that exposes MS-Project's options, settings, calendars and views for use with other project files. Once a view is copied to the GLOBAL.MPT file it is available to other project files on the computer.
Project reviews are a reality check, an opportunity for the project manager to step back to hear how things are really going. That shouldn’t panic you, and, in fact, it’s wise to plan and build in independent reviews from the start of your project so you get regular health checkups. Here’s how it should work.
Reskilling and upskilling are large steps toward “future worker” requirements—and continuous learning is the next large step projected for the future of professionals. But many organizations aren't properly prepared to meet the needs of their talent.
If you want to work well with your senior stakeholders, you need to know and understand them. How well do you know yours? Read on for some tips on the art of managing senior stakeholders to ensure that they buy in to your project.
The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday approved S.1550, the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act of 2015 (PMIAA), which will enhance accountability and best practices in project and program management throughout the federal government. The Project Management Institute (PMI) strongly supports this important legislation reforming federal program management policy in four important ways. Click the headline to read more on PMI.org.
The U.S. Senate has unanimously re-approved S.1550,the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act of 2015 (PMIAA), which will enhance accountability and best practices in project and program management throughout the federal government. The legislation, strongly endorsed by the Project Management Institute (PMI), has now cleared both chambers of Congress with bi-partisan support and will go to President Barack Obama for his signature.