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Philanthropy: Supporting the PM Profession

by Kevin Coleman

Real-life lessons learned and ongoing mentoring is all but a necessity given all the challenges that the program and project management profession faces these days.

Phoenix Rising: Tales from PMI Global Congress 2014

by Andy Jordan

There were sessions galore, knowledge from all corners of the globe and vital in-person networking opportunities. There were also peanut butter cups, free pins and an unexpected emergency that prompted efforts illustrating disaster recovery at its finest. Take a trip back to the 2014 PMI Global Congress--and take away more valuable lessons from a PM who was in the heart of it all.

Phoney Baloney

by Mike Donoghue

Phone blues giving your customers a coronary? No need...read this and fix your problems before they get out of hand.

Physician Champion: A Change Leader

by Dr. Deepa Bhide, PMP

Healthcare organizations are facing many challenges and opportunities pertaining to healthcare IT use. These challenges are an initial step toward a bigger transformational opportunity to improve healthcare quality, and make a meaningful impact on revenue and--above all--patient care. Enter the Physician Champion...

Pick up the Pace

by Kate Rockwood

When schedules are compressed, project managers should focus on team engagement and cohesion.

Pick Your Battles

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Sometimes you have to demonstrate a better way of doing things before change becomes possible. But just how unorthodox an approach to managing projects is acceptable? Well, it might depend on how unorthodox the challenges are. And no real change is going to take hold unless there is strong organizational acceptance.

Picking Things Up Midstream

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

In a perfect world, you start working on a project when the project is initiated. However, we do not live in a perfect world. Sometimes, you need to be ready to start on a project when it is already in progress.

Picking Up a Dropped Project

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Projects are dropped for various reasons in an organization. What can you do if you are tasked with picking up something that has been dropped or forgotten?

Picking Up in the Middle

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Despite the best efforts of management, there are times when there are staff changes in the middle of a project. For the people coming in, it is important that they are able to pick everything up and run with it. Keep these tips in mind...

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