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UPDATED WEEKLY - Today all organizations depend on technological innovation in order to sustain their existence. Analysis of emerging technologies and identification of those technologies with the greatest potential is essential to being prepared for upcoming projects. The objective of this blog is to establish future oriented technology analysis and insights. This blog was established to provide program and project managers with information about these emerging technologies. These emerging technologies have far reaching repercussions for program and project managers. This blog will jump-start the learning process and allow program and project managers to become proactive.
How Project, Program, and Portfolio Management can make (or is making) a difference in organizations
We present to you: the PM. GEPLANUS graduated with great effort and joined the IT area. He began as a programmer, then a systems analyst, then a project manager...it was the natural way. He managed several projects and worked at several large companies. He witnessed many unusual situations and lived many of them--some happy, others not so much. Faithful to his principles and ready to apply the concepts of management, he often collides with reality. Here begins his story...
Project Management Knowledge Corner is blog where PM's can share facts, information, and skills acquired through the theoretical or practical understanding of the Project Management Profession.
No where is it more evident than in a PMP prep class that there is often a great chasm that separates the best practices of the profession from the daily practices of an organization. As organizations strive to bridge that gap, we hope to discuss the view from both sides of the bridge and examine strategies to help keep those spaces in sight of one another and the bridge open for travel.
The Human Side of Project Management is a place where we can discuss ways we can improve our competencies and interpersonal skills as project managers; things like acquiring new knowledge, improving performance, becoming better leaders, building up teams, motivating others, making decisions more effectively and building trust.
Emphasizing the importance of developing project managers across all three dimensions of the PMI Talent Triangle: technical project management, leadership, and strategic and business management.