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What Matters Won’t Measure

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

If what we measure prompts change, then we have to be careful what we evaluate so that attention is focused on those things that are most meaningful and important. We are exhorted to “measure what matters” with “key performance indicators"—which often miss the mark.

Stop Shunning Subjective Performance Measures

by Andy Jordan

"We need to guess if we are successful?!” They often get a bad rap, they’re often misunderstood, and executives frequently want to avoid them. But subjective performance measures help when there simply isn’t a way to know whether benefits have been achieved.

Measuring What Matters for Talent

by Joe Wynne

While identifying and measuring “what matters” can be complex, you have a lot of control when it comes to measures related to talent management. Use these four scores and metrics to get started.

In the Name Game, Agility Is the Goal

by Andy Jordan

Most organizations “get” what it means to do agile projects, but far fewer embrace agile concepts and build agility. There needs to be more focus on the merits of an agile approach, regardless of its label.

Craft a Better Problem Statement, Part 2

by Jamie Flinchbaugh

Well-framed problem statements can greatly improve a team’s problem solving, but there are several “failure modes” to be aware of when crafting them. Here’s advice on writing problem statements that avoid these common pitfalls, from the author of People Solve Problems.

Backlog Refinement: 5 Things to Avoid

by Bart Gerardi

Backlog refinement sessions offer many benefits, but there are also well-intentioned activities—or antipatterns— that can be detrimental to the team. Here are five backlog refinement antipatterns to avoid, from focusing on estimates to removing requirements too quickly.

How to Overcome Common Metrics Mistakes and Make Numbers Your Ally

by Bruce Harpham

It’s easy to be taken in by numbers. But ultimately, metrics are just as fallible as people. The answer is not to adopt a nihilistic view—to give up numbers and data. No, the better way is to boost our data literacy and how we act on metrics.

How to Navigate the ‘Boring’ Middle Part of Your Projects

by Andy Jordan

There’s a point in every project where PMs don’t have much to do. The work is moving forward without them, and they feel a little redundant. How do you deal with that? Follow these do's and don't when your workload slows down.

Participate in Survey to Help Inform International Standards

by PMI

On behalf of ISO Technical Committee 258, PMI is asking the members of the global project management community to provide their unique insights and perspectives around agile and adaptive approaches, techniques and practices in the project, programme, portfolio and governance space. Participate in this survey before it closes on May 31, 2022.

Is Project Management the Right Career for You Now? Continuing the Conversation

by Antonio Nieto, Yasmina Khelifi

The project economy is here to stay—and if you’re curious about a career in this field, now is a great time to start learning what it takes to land a project management role, and if it’s the right path for you. This is a follow-up to the successful webinar, where the presenters answer more of your questions.

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