Everyone in your organization has his own area of expertise. Bringing all that knowledge together is one of your most powerful tools toward process improvement. Here are six steps to get you up to speed.
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Still on the edge of your seat? Here are the final three steps in the six-step method of getting your group to work in synch to get your PI project moving.
To facilitate quick decision making, it is important to present the options in a clear and concise matter. Over the years, this writer has developed a seven-step approach.
프로젝트 관리자로서 우리는 공동의 목표를 향해 팀을 이끌 기위한 회의를 끊임없이 주도하고 있습니다. 그러나 당신이 어려운 세션에 참여하기 어려운 성격의 사람들이있을 때 당신은 무엇을합니까? 이것은 과제와 관계에 초점을 맞출 필요가 끊임없이 균형을 이루는 프로젝트 관리자에게는 특별한 과제가 될 수 있습니다. 회의에서 어려운 성격의 사람이 자주 혼란스럽고 효과적으로 관리하는 방법이 확실하지 않은 경우이 프레젠테이션은 귀하를위한 것입니다!
It’s time that we face up to a fundamental reality: organizations grapple with making project management work successfully on a consistent basis. Yes, there are exceptions--and some notable ones--but on the whole they simply prove the rule. It's time for a different approach.
This column continues a multi-part series that addresses the practical steps and considerations in setting up a PMO in today's organizations. In this installment, we look at the blurry definitions of success.
Just because someone says something doesn’t make it true. As a project manager, you will be told a lot of things. The secret to success is often separating fact from fiction.
Our fluency in conveying our messages affects the fluidity of the messages’ transmissions, and thus the effectiveness of their intentions. Learning the relationships between factors, approaches, impacts, and the effects of communication can help to improve our communication and correspondence skills in listening, writing, and conversation.
By embracing fast and frequent project failure rates, organizations can become more efficient more quickly, according to a new report from research analyst Gartner. At the same time, portfolio managers should institute 'stop-loss' criteria to determine when to accept failure and bring a project to an end.