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How Will the Metaverse Change Project Management?

by Paul Oppong

Are you ready for your 3D virtual work avatar? Whether we like it or not, we are on our way to seeing more of our project and portfolio management functions transposed to the virtual world. Does this bode well for project and portfolio managers? Yes and no...

What Exactly Is Effective Communication? (Part 2)

by Andy Jordan

Communication is key to the success of any project, but what’s the right amount of communication, and when do issues need addressing? And what about how project managers are communicated with? In Part 2 of this two-part series, we look at communication to the project manager. 

Topic Teasers Vol. 147: Getting the PMO To Listen!

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: With all of the recent changes in project management, our PMO (Project Management Office) needs to update itself. I think those ideas for new ways of working must come from the project managers, but I can’t seem to get the PMO to listen to me. Is there a clever way to present my ideas, based on my experience delivering products and services for this company, so that the PMO might actually update its practices?

What Exactly Is Effective Communication? (Part 1)

by Andy Jordan

Communication is key to the success of any project, but what’s the right amount of communication, and when do issues need addressing? Are you sure you need to communicate it at all? In Part 1 of this two-part series, we look at communication from the project manager.

9 Ways to Structure Emails for the Greatest Impact

by Jessica Mooney, Sudesha Arramraju

Crafting a well-structured email can present a professional image, prevent unnecessary meetings and ensure your message is understood the first time. The challenge is creating an email that people will actually read and comprehend—with key points that they will retain.

9 ‘Obvious’ PM Rules We Need To Be Reminded Of

by Vikramaditya Srivastava

There is rarely a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to project management, and substantial improvisation is often required. But keeping these sometimes-not-so-obvious lessons in mind can go a long way toward achieving success.

12 Tips for Negotiating With Neighboring Teams

by Dmitriy Blinov

To successfully manage a project, your team often needs help from another team or department—and that’s not always an easy ask. Use these 12 tips to help get what you need from colleagues who may not be so quick to say "yes."

How Much Time Should a PM Spend on a Task?

by Andy Jordan

Are you spending too much time updating plans? New project managers are taught a number of disciplines to help them succeed, but they’re not often given any guidance on how long to spend doing those things.

When Projects Go Awry

by Bart Gerardi

It’s a fact: projects hit roadblocks. Here are some strategic principles and practical steps that can help you build trust and get back on track, from negotiating a new timeline or scope with stakeholders to working with the team to find accelerators and simplifiers.

Virtual ‘Big Room’ Keeps a Project Running

by Carl Tully

With a hospital expansion project placed on hold due to the pandemic, the design team got it restarted by pivoting to a virtual design environment, implementing a virtual “big room” or collocation space, utilizing digital tools to streamline project workflow, and incorporating live and virtual models for real-time collaboration and decision-making.


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