The author of the Project Kids Adventures series sat down with the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation to share his motivations for bringing project management content to youth—and what we can expect next.
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Are you working in a “what” or a “how” organization? The latter makes it difficult for a business analyst to make an impact on value creation. A career-minded BA should aim to work for a “what” enterprise, where there will be high-level opportunities to identify, prioritize and align business objectives with capabilities.
Have you been hearing interesting things about citizen development and low-code/no-code applications? Wondering whether you should invest time in learning more about this new, exciting approach? Here are 10 ways it can benefit your career.
Studying for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam? Exam day will come round sooner than you think...here are 10 tips for passing the test.
As a mentor, you have an opportunity to help someone else grow. To do this, you will need to be a wise counselor, a well-connected networker—and able to facilitate the kind of assistance that helps your mentee achieve success.
How many hours does it take to become a project manager? That’s not a trick question, but can become tricky when you try to answer it with any kind of precision.
There is no single way to manage all projects. We need to adapt, observe, experiment with new techniques, and above all be patient and excel in communication skills in order to get things done. Here are 12 tips to help you improve your craft.
Whether you are a project leader or a team member, your relationships with others will probably be the most important factor in your own success, not to mention the success of the initiatives you work on. Here are 12 common traps that can damage relationships. Avoid them at all cost.
As a project manager, how do you stay organized and ensure success while running multiple projects at the same time? This practitioner has pulled together 15 tips to help.
The BBC has recently installed an 800 number for all of its employees to use for complaints about other coworkers. The intent is to give employees management's ear about potentially inappropriate things that may be happening in the office--and the potentially inappropriate behavior of coworkers. Interesting idea. What do you think?