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Opening Day PM: How to Start on a New Project

by Mike Donoghue

Starting a project is difficult. It's important as a PM to establish who you are as a person in the beginning, particularly with respect to how you will treat the project work and the individuals who will be involved in the process.

Opening the Closet: Learning from Project Failures

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Theoretically, all projects are learning opportunities. The value of a post-implementation review is that it offers us opportunities to identify how to improve future project delivery. But many times, they are not conducted, or when they are the subsequent reflection required to identify and implement changes to future projects doesn't occur. Here are some thoughts on taking a step in the right direction.

Operating Agile with an ERP Implementation

by Jason Coe

This real-world example looks at how agile principles were applied to an international company’s global ERP project. It discusses how agile was used to provide continuous feedback into how the project operates. It discusses many of the company’s lessons learned and how it solved challenges in a typical waterfall environment using agile principles.

Operational Metrics

by Vijay Sankaran

What metrics are really important to help you manage your business more effectively? Here is some help in honing in on the critical few that matter.

Operational Requirements

by Ireti Oke-Pollard, MBA, PMP

On development projects, operational issues should be factored into the requirements or you could end up with a product that meets all the business requirements but is too costly to maintain and support in the real world. To avoid this, consider adding a seat at the table for operations to participate in the requirements gathering stage.

Operations as a Final Destination to Successful Project Delivery

by Dr. Nidhi Gupta, BDS, MBA, PMI-ACP, PMP

Operations play a critical role in the successful maintenance and sustainability of products or services once they are released into production. Employing a disciplined approach to operations management can lead to increased effectiveness, cutting costs and a competitive advantage.

OPM for Business

by Mike Donoghue

You may have brilliant marketing and branding methodologies, but it is through the projects you pick, how you deliver them and the strategies you use to deploy them that you are defined.

OPM: Getting from 'Here' to 'There'

by Craig Curran-Morton

The key challenge to organizational PM is that companies tend to view projects in isolation by ignoring the obvious (and sometimes not-so-obvious) linkages. Here we present a list of essential factors to ensure the organization can begin to not just benefit from the discipline of project management, but be able to maximize the benefits that organizational PM can provide.

OPM: Tactics for Employee Readiness (Part 1)

by Joe Wynne

Planning and implementing organizational project management requires that you think through how it will affect your workforce, as workforce readiness is essential during feasibility determination, planning and implementation. Start with the correct survey questions and the remaining tactics become much easier.

OPM: Tactics for Employee Readiness (Part 2)

by Joe Wynne

Planning and implementing organizational project management requires that you think through how it will affect your workforce, as workforce readiness is essential during feasibility determination, planning and implementation. Start with the correct survey questions and the remaining tactics become much easier.

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