The real success of a completed project comes when the benefit reaches the customer, employee or company it is designed to help and an appreciable bottom line impact is made.
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The Top 10 things overheard on a failing software project — or 10 sure signs of impending project disaster.
Make service your top priority by creating focusing on compassionate customer care.
We need people to feel important, involved and included in every phase of the project from the beginning. The way to keep them motivated is to have an effective communication management strategy.
Not all clients are created ethically equal. When different organizations with different ethical approaches work together, how do you find a working relationship everyone is comfortable with?
Shaping a PMO that adds value in a simple, straightforward way is a challenge that many PMO leaders would be hard-pressed to achieve. For those of you new to leading a PMO or struggling to wrap your arms around PMO processes, this article should help.
To know where you're at, give your projects a disciplined status process that fulfills these five characteristics.
The best way to plan a project is to deconstruct it. One PM has been using a handy model to clearly outline the types of work that need to be done by both IT and the business in order to activate most SaaS packages. Key an eye on these six subtleties when deploying packaged vendor solutions.
Even the best project managers stand to fail without sponsorship. So how do you get sponsorship for projects when there may not be organizational support for the role? Identifying a shortlist of sponsorship needs in simple terms can help set the stage for developing that critical PM-sponsor partnership.
Stakeholders can make or break major change initiatives. But project managers often struggle to get stakeholders to collaborate and consider the impact of their decisions. Here is a framework for actively engaging your stakeholders throughout the project, starting with identifying and managing four key roles.