Why can’t tech gadgets be easier to use? That’s why PMs are needed to coordinate massive technology redesign programs.
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Resume writing in the year 2002. What can you do to position yourself ahead of the competition? The answer is simple: Make your resume as easy to understand as possible while outlining how your experience fits the job. Sound easier said than done? Well, I'll walk you through an outline that will clearly illustrate to the reader who you are as a professional.
So you've reached the breaking point? Or perhaps you are one of the many of us who has learned to "keep your eyes open" for new opportunities. Either way, you couldn't have picked a better time to begin your job search.
What does it take to be a good project manager? Many believe the ability to plan and manage scope, schedule and budget can be applied to any project. Others believe that domain experience is more important. Some say both take a back seat to soft skills. But it’s not an either/or debate. It’s a balance that must be built.
Move over, project managers. There's a hotter IT job for senior PMs: Program Manager.
The decision to get agile training is a question that’s part of a bigger one: Whether one is ready to adopt agile practices and principles wholeheartedly. When are you ready? There are four fundamental questions you have to ask yourself before embarking on an agile training program.
Enterprise systems is one of the toughest markets to recruit for right now. Qualified candidates are in top demand, so expect to have to recruit and retain accordingly. Effective companies need to arm themselves with effective tools of the trade: education, retention and investment.
With the profession moving forward into new territory, let us reflect and look back at our roots to ensure we are bringing forward those key lessons for continued success on our projects, programs and portfolios.
Are you starting the process of getting ready for the CAPM or PMP exam? Are you confused by the many articles that talk about the differences between PMBOK editions? The goal of this article is to clear away some of that confusion.
If you know you have biases in how you make decisions, and that those biases are relatively innate and ingrained, then how do you overcome them? How do you recognize when your biases are operative? What should you do differently? How do you make sure you are making a good decision?