In the absence of ongoing collaboration, even the most talented distributed software team can slow down. Agile principles and practices show how a regular rhythm can maximize flow.
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As more and more “mechanical” project execution becomes automated, the need for effective people leadership grows. What does that mean in the context of a PMO?
The need for project management training won’t vanish, but how it is provided will forever evolve. Businesses will need to make decisions regarding how their employees will gain the maximum benefit for their training investment.
Finding a mentor often happens because it needs to—whether you realize you need one or not. But when it comes to growing your professional prowess as a project manager and leader, finding the right mentor might require some time, trial and error.
Learn more about how the PMI Educational Foundation champions project management knowledge and application as a life, learning and career skill that improves the lives of all people worldwide.
Project-based learning is an important tool in education today. But how many project managers are familiar with it, let alone involved in it?
In environments where individuals and teams are recognized to be only as good as their most recent performance, the focus seems ever more about “get it done…and get on to the next one.” But if we don’t remember the mistakes of the past, are we doomed to repeat them?
A customer’s expectations for the projects it hires you for are increasingly demanding in terms of execution times and cost. To address these challenges, strategies should be structured with three fundamental pillars in mind.