As unpleasant and perhaps unequivocally depressing as failure is, it has its rewards. Understanding that--and learning how to have the courage to fail without fear--can be one of the most important lessons you learn in your life and career.
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Let’s assume that we’re all new PMs or new to project management. What do we do with this thing that has been dropped in our lap? It’s all about exuding confidence and following best practices.
Don't believe everything you read: The semiconductor industry is still in the doghouse, and that's not good news for the tech job landscape.
Some recent surveys have shown that recession fears haven’t affected IT salaries. But don't get too complacent.
We know it's scary out there, but don’t let recessionary fears impair your work performance. Here's some help on staying calm.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act, which will reform federal program management in several ways, including the creation of a formal career path for project managers and an interagency council to share knowledge.
Here's how to land a job as a security specialist, a position that many companies plan to hire as a top priority over the next decade. Market realities make entry difficult--but not impossible.
With three weeks to go before the PMP® exam is based on the new edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, it’s now or never if your aim is certification based on Fifth Edition knowledge.
Finding a mentor often happens because it needs to—whether you realize you need one or not. But when it comes to growing your professional prowess as a project manager and leader, finding the right mentor might require some time, trial and error.
How does an organization ensure that its corporate culture recognizes, supports and enables high integrity? An important step is to identify the “hidden” leaders who help facilitate solutions on project and programs. Here are some examples of how they can be found.