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IT Governance and Change Management

by Michael Wood

What are the components of a mature change management environment within the context of good IT governance? To answer this, it is important to establish a working definition of change management.

The Downs And Ups Of Change

by Karen Klein

Project leaders must shepherd initiatives in which change is a very real piece of the final deliverable. New technology, infrastructure and processes bring about updated policies, procedures and other adjustments, which often elicit resistance and fear. Here are some techniques and communication tools for managing the dynamics of change.

Forest for the Trees

by Abhay Padgaonkar

There is project management insight to be gleaned from the worlds and words of basketball coaching legend John Wooden, social psychology pundit Malcolm Gladwell, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer John Steinbeck and quality guru Joseph Juran, among others. The author connects the dots to draw some big-picture takeaways on the nature of change and projects.

The Little Project That Couldn’t

by Andrew Makar, PMP

You can’t work in this field long without experiencing a project that falters. You can, however, examine and learn from failed projects — your own and your peers' — to try to avoid some of the same minefields. Here are five fundamental lessons learned from a troubled project whose daily mantra was “every project has an end!”

Holding The Line

by Milton Woodward

Protecting project scope in the face of budget constraints isn’t fun, and can get downright ugly. The tug-of-war between individual stakeholders’ desires and overall objectives is often contentious, but project leaders can win respect, if not a popularity contest, when they combine disciplined change management procedures with interpersonal skills.

PPM 101: Work Changes

by Tom Mochal

When business conditions and priorities change, the approved work within your project portfolio will likely change as well. Here are some common scenarios that require new courses of action, and suggestions for integrating the work changes into your portfolio.

Project Transformers

by Debra E. Cunningham, PMP

Successful project management involves more than templates, plans and process flows. Projects bring change, which is often resisted by individuals and organizations. Here is one model that can help project managers drive organizational change and improve the likelihood that their projects have a positive, lasting impact.

Scope Control: Change Management

by Samuel Brown, PMP

Scope control remains among the most challenging processes faced by project managers. It requires clarity of definition, precise boundaries, and a reliable change management process.

PM Blind Spots

by Jim Stewart, PMP

Projects are often run by inexperienced project managers who are unfamiliar with techniques to manage projects more effectively. In this series, Jim Stewart, PMP, brings some of these common blind spots into sharper focus.

Deming, the PM (Pt. 4)

by Josh Nankivel

Some managers believe a bit of fear can be healthy, but Deming didn’t think so, and it can hurt projects in countless ways, from data manipulation to lack of innovation. On the other end of the spectrum, light agile approaches honor another Deming principle: focus on stakeholder value.


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