A new report finds that a majority of federal IT managers say the software development method DevOps can help them succeed in the cloud, which will driving innovation. But only 12 percent say their IT department has all of the tools it needs to transition to the cloud.
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Positive energy, an important predictor of organizational success, is often overlooked or poorly represented. Evidence has shown that positive-charged project leaders create high performance within the organization. Enact these suggestions to promote positive energy in your projects.
Project managers hungry for career growth are pursuing certifications and degrees. What’s on the menu?
Project leaders should seek feedback from their teams, and soon they'll be seeking it from you. When it's done with positive intentions, the full potential of teams can be unleashed, and projects prosper.
Feedback Is the Breakfast of Champions: Deadly Disease #3, Evaluation of Performance, Merit Rating or Annual Reviewby
It's the most important meal of the day--timely and relevant feedback to your project team members. Don't rely on annual reviews to do the job. You need to keep feedback flowing throughout your project.
Security technology is still not a top priority. The following story looks at the IT security conundrum--how far we've come, and where we need to go.
Here's how to land a job as a security specialist, a position that many companies plan to hire as a top priority over the next decade. Market realities make entry difficult--but not impossible.
Organizations have struggled with a shortage of project management skills for years, but traditional methods to fill the gap continue to fall short, according to a new report from Forrester Research, which concludes that IT executives need a project-driven culture more than tools and training.
With three weeks to go before the PMP® exam is based on the new edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, it’s now or never if your aim is certification based on Fifth Edition knowledge.
Wrapping up his series on estimating, Bill Duncan covers a potpourri of topics, including the key outcome of estimating, converting effort estimates into budgets, dealing with poorly defined work, and what to do when management thinks it should cost less or take less time.