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The PM's Top 5 Strategic Challenges

by Kevin Coleman

We are facing a period of unprecedented change. All of those changes have created new and unique challenges that project and program managers face. It's time we get serious about addressing these strategic challenges; here we present five of the top ones.

Killing the Weekly Status Meeting

by Donald Charles Wynes

One of the most common--and commonly hated--traditions of project management is the weekly status meeting. Is your status meeting truly a benefit to your team members? Add life to your project with a new approach.

Last-Minute Project Rescue: Time Management Tips for Project Teams

by Andreas Tremel

What happens if your project is in danger of failing? More often than not, poor planning—particularly poor time management—causes projects to derail. The good news is that with proper time management, you can still turn things around and save your project.

The Importance of Department Ground Rules

by Erick Pino

Organizational values, project boundaries and performance expectations are all important areas that exist within every organization with varying degrees of thought and implementation behind them. Here we look at how organizational rules and norms are presented and communicated to employees and project team members, and how they can be interpreted.

Project Management and the Learning Organization

by Jon Quigley, Shawn P. Quigley

Most people have heard of the term "learning organization." However, do we know what it has to offer project planning management? Before a proper discussion of how it can be employed throughout the project process groups, we must first discuss the five components that form LO.

The Successor Problem...and Solution

by Karim Fathy

Human resources are the most valuable asset for any organization. But for small- and medium-sized companies, a lack of competent successors can be an easy trap. Business owners should set a number of key performance indicators for their organization--and for key personnel.

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