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Project Fear and Denial

by Anthony Mersino

Why are we afraid to face the truth about project failures and how can we overcome it? For starters, we need to view failure as part of the learning process, a required step on the road to success.

Facing Reality: A Few Fundamental Truths

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

It’s time that we face up to a fundamental reality: organizations grapple with making project management work successfully on a consistent basis. Yes, there are exceptions--and some notable ones--but on the whole they simply prove the rule. It's time for a different approach.

How Mature Is Your Risk Capability?

by David Hillson

How can an organization tell whether its management of risk is good enough? This framework describes four levels of capability based on four attributes: culture, process, experience and application.

Five Components of a Successful Project Team

by Brad Egeland

What does it take to have a well-oiled, cohesive, smooth running, self-motivating project team? One that seems to effortlessly accomplish tasks and where no one is complaining or stepping on any toes in the process? Here are five key components these teams have in common.

Chicken Soup for the Sick Project

by Jiju (Jay) Nair, PMP

Need help with project recovery? A whole new skill set and strategy is needed to recover an IT project from free fall. Here we provide practical recovery pointers on four project areas for failing IT projects, with a focus on software development for business applications.

And So In Closing...

by Mike Donoghue

While finishing the extra details at the end of a project may turn into a rush job by the team, the process should be completed properly so that other groups in the future can learn from your experience.

All Good Things...

by Andy Jordan

Ending the project is about more than just post-mortems and parties (don't worry, you can still have those, too!). Here we explore why we want to ensure that the project adds to the overall organizational knowledge--and how formal closure to all of the project elements must leave no confusion, gaps or misinterpretation.

Project Red

by Projects@Work

When faced with a disaster, project managers must become recovery managers. Here, a turnaround specialist shares seven tips for turning around troubled projects, starting with realizing there is a problem and concluding with ways to prevent future disasters.

Common Estimating Mistakes

by Brad Egeland

Even if you have the estimating gift, there are still lurking issues that can render it highly inaccurate. Some you have control over, but for many you don't. Here are some common estimating issues that can often negatively impact your project:

Strategies for Project Recovery

by Projects@Work

A new study shows that more than a third of projects are at risk and, not surprising, a key factor for recovering troubled projects is the actions of the project managers.

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