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3 Approaches to Transform Talent Management to Environment Management

by Johanna Rothman

If we create a great environment—a great culture—we don’t need to spend time directing or engaging people. Instead, we free people to work in the best ways they can. Here are three ideas to help move from talent management to environment or culture management.

5 IT Infrastructure Lessons Learned from Missed Requirements

by Andrew Makar, PMP

In a typical software development project, gathering and managing requirements is a common process. But what about IT infrastructure projects? Do they have specific requirements beyond the architecture diagram? Here are five lessons learned from an infrastructure project that struggled with missed requirements.

5 Testing Mistakes to Avoid

by Elizabeth Harrin

You can’t love every part of your job. However, not loving testing can have consequences. Specifically, by focusing a teeny bit less on testing than she probably should have, this PM made her fair share of mistakes in the past. Here are five that you can easily avoid.

5 Things You Should Tell Your Testers

by Elizabeth Harrin

The testing team forms a small sub-group within your project team. They’ll be looking to you for guidance on what to expect--and how you expect them to go about it. Here are five things to remember to tell your testers before they get started.

5 Ways to Improve Quality in 30 Days

by Bruce Harpham

Many projects deliver on time but fail to meet the budget—and poor quality is one significant contributor to these woes. Instead of waiting for an external review or PMO tips, seize the initiative yourself to improve quality.

7 Golden Rules of Quality Audits

by Nenad Pesic

A quality audit determines a level of conformance to requirements of a system, process or product. The requirements can be company policies, standards and procedures, or norms and regulations. This article contains general information about quality audits, as well as rules to follow for both auditors and auditees.

A Celebration of Code and Coders

by Al Taylor

IT application development projects can be challenging and stressful. The efforts of the successful team need to be recognized and celebrated. In this article, the author makes the case for greater celebration of application code and the coders who write it.

'A' for Analysis

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Analyzing information and data is a very important skill for a project manager in all phases of the project. Are you getting an "A" for analysis effort?

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