Raytheon is developing new radar for F/A-18 aircraft. How does it keep a $100 million program from crashing?
183 items found
We’re good at scrutinizing problems, but many project managers and business analysts could do a better job of fostering positive change and improving future results by giving more attention to the “bright spots” on projects — those flashes of success that often go unnoticed when other things go wrong.
Any project where the critical path has been breached is in trouble; how much trouble depends on the degree of delay.
Firmly established as a distinct discipline that can deliver real value and benefits to companies, both in the short-term and for the long haul, project portfolio management enters 2009 with momentum. But many challenges and changes are on the horizon. Here, a leading PPM analyst shares his thoughts and predictions.
This no-nonsense town uses its own steely brand of project management to weather the economic crash
Respect, compromise and engagement are keys to resolving team conflicts.
High expectations for project managers are a good thing. Sometimes, though, it might be nice to be able to shed all of the emotional and intellectual equipment we wear to get our job done — to let others to get a little different perspective for who we are.
Step right up and see how to kick your success rate up a notch. Here's a hint: You can get a leg up if you get out of the starting blocks without losing your footing. In other words, kick it off right.
San Francisco BayArea's regional transportation agency is merging into the fast lane in a region-by-region effort to create a national travel information phone system.
Four critical functions form the foundation of a Project Management Center of Excellence.