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The Bridge to Somewhere

by Mike Donoghue

In a world where there are many big challenges and all sorts of grand designs, there are massive projects taking place everywhere we look. What can a bridge halfway around the world teach us?

Flashlight or a Flood Lamp?

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

There are many different methods a project manager can use to rebaseline the project plan. Unfortunately, the one most often used is reactive instead of proactive. Approach your rebaselining event in a careful and methodical manner to make it worthwhile and benefit the project.

Scope Verification: The Forgotten Process

by Andy Jordan

One of the scope management steps that can help to ensure that the WBS is as effective as possible in controlling the project’s scope is routinely ignored as unnecessary. But verifying your scope up front can save a lot of pain later.

Principles of Evolutionary Architecture & Design for Agile PM (Part 1)

by Dr. David F. Rico, PMP, CSM

Large-scale change of enterprise-level architecture and infrastructure presents a challenge, especially in today's networked world. Enter agile project management and the ideas of refactoring and continuous improvement, which involve creating innovative new solutions for each problem encountered.

Principles of Evolutionary Architecture & Design for Agile PM (Part 2)

by Dr. David F. Rico, PMP, CSM

Large-scale change of enterprise-level architecture and infrastructure presents a challenge, especially in today's networked world. Enter agile project management. In our concluding installment, we look at successful architecture and design from history, explore the challenges that come with the principles of evolutionary architecture and design--and identify a short list of evolutionary design principles.

Managing Projects on Mars

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

The hero of the movie John Carter can teach project managers something about scope and stakeholder management (super powers optional...and we promise you won't have to relearn how to walk due to the change in gravity...).

WBS Analysis

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Creating a work breakdown structure for the project and refining it until it can be used as the pattern for the project plan may seem like overkill for some projects, but the WBS can help create a schedule that fully supports the work of the project.

Autonomy and Empowerment from an Unlikely Source

by Mike Griffiths

Teams work best when they are empowered to self-direct and given freedom to self-organize. Yet striking the balance between providing this autonomy with responsible project oversight can be tricky. We want to create empowered teams, but we also need to know if the project is going awry and when to intervene. A great source for creating empowered team environments can be found in the prescriptive process of PRINCE2.

Matching Scope and Benefits

by Andy Jordan

You won’t get the right benefits unless you start with the right scope. As project managers are increasingly asked to become involved in the business side of project execution, many elements they previously didn't have to worry about are now becoming relevant.

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