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Uncertain Upsides

by David Hillson

Risk management isn’t always about identifying the downside, though many project managers seem to focus exclusively on this side of the risk coin. The fact is, we can assess and prioritize opportunities using the same techniques that work for threats, including brainstorming, root-cause analysis and probability-impact matrices.

Uncharted Waters

by Kathleen O'Connor

As organizations across industries and sectors confront historical economic pressures, what becomes of their ongoing and planned projects? Cost and risk containment are the top priorities, of course, but amid all the doom and gloom, could this be project portfolio management’s time to shine?

Unchartered Territories

by Andrea Brockmeier

Small projects may not seem worth the effort of writing a charter and getting approval to do the work, but there are caveats in working on such unsanctioned efforts. Let’s explores the reasons why all projects should be considered charter-worthy, and the risks of working on unchartered projects.

Uncle Sam Isn’t Agile

by Will Kelly

Federal agencies are turning to Agile methods to lower costs, increase efficiencies and improve IT success rates, but entrenched cultural and operational realities are holding back meaningful change. Here’s a critical analysis of why Agile is stalling in the federal sector and what needs to be done to jump-start it.

Uncle Sam Needs PMs--Lots of Them!

by Bob Weinstein

What is it like building a career as a project manager in the largest organization on the planet--the U.S. federal government? We want you...to read this article!

Unclog the Resource Pipeline

by Deborah Stadtler

Finding the appropriate employees for certain projects is getting more challenging, with fewer available workers and more specialized skills needed. PlanView and SkillsVillage launched a partnership to help solve just those problems, by connecting project and resource management software with a labor and project exchange on the Internet.

Unconstrained Change

by Janis Rizzuto

Project managers face resistance on a daily basis. Change management guru Rick Maurer spoke with ProjectsAtWork about how resistance leads to the high failure rate of major change initiatives, and what can be done to overcome the all-too-familiar struggle to move forward.

Uncovering Big Data

by Patti Gilchrist, PMP

Big Data has become the latest craze within the IT community, revolutionizing business intelligence capabilities. But what is it really--and how will it impact our community? Here are some tips for the PM to evolve with this emerging trend.

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