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Vision Quest

by Bob Weinstein

Considering a new job? Forget the pay and benefits. Check out the company's corporate culture first.

Vision, Vigilance, and Intuitive Judgment in Project Management Processes

by Sal Zafar

What are the key attributes that give some leaders the edge compared with other, more ordinary leaders? This article discusses the three characteristics of highly effective project managers’ leadership skill sets and explains how those characteristics fit into the project management process.

Visual Communication Methods for Project Managers

by Chris Merryman

Communicating all aspects of project status to executives, peers, team members and stakeholders can give everyone confidence of a project manager’s abilities--even on a project that is resource constrained, late and over budget. And visual communication is the best way to do it...

Visual Ishikawa Risk Technique (VIRT)—An Approach to Risk Management

by Rubin Jen

Visual Ishikawa Risk Technique (VIRT) is a technique that is consistent with the Identify Risks process group of the PMBOK® Guide and uses a risk breakdown structure as its main principle artefact. However, it differs in that it uses the Ishikawa diagram (commonly also known as a fishbone, or cause and effect diagram), for the risk structure, to create a graphic view, as opposed to being text based or tabular.

Visual PM: Going Old School and Low Tech

by Michael Wood

There is very little in the way of case studies or examples of how visual project management methods help project managers actually manage a project. Here are three projects where VPM techniques were used successfully.

Visual PM: Something Old, Something New...

by Michael Wood

Taking a lesson from the automobile industry, some project managers have found ways to improve project team and stakeholder communications through the use of tools that help people better visualize the status of projects and related issues. Here is a primer on Visual PM--its origins, use and more...

Visual Tools: Enhancing Portfolio Visibility

by Jiju (Jay) Nair, PMP

While visually pleasing elements can help stakeholders focus on important aspects of project management like risk identification and crisis management, other data elements are still needed for a qualified assessment of project or portfolio status.

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