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Personal PM in Action: Building a House with Asana

by Andrew Makar, PMP

As project managers, we often reinforce the importance of proper PM in our professional projects. However, when it comes to our personal projects, do you apply the project management mindset and tools? One writer has found project management useful for a few significant personal projects.

Personal Project Workflow

by Andrew Makar, PMP

If you’ve developed any training material for your projects, then you’ve familiar with process flow charts and supporting tasks. In IT projects, there is usually an operational process or workflow that the end users follows to put the IT solution into action. Even though workflow is associated with recurring operational tasks, they can be applied to professional and personal projects. Here, one writer looks at a free offering that might make your personal PM run a lot smoother.

Pick up the Pace

by Kate Rockwood

When schedules are compressed, project managers should focus on team engagement and cohesion.

Planning for Fun

by Andy Jordan

As project managers, we are biologically programmed to groan whenever the thought of planning a new project comes up. Which begs the question: Is it possible to make planning a pleasurable experience? (Baby steps, dear readers...baby steps!)

Practical Project Control Cadence

by Dr. Andrew Makar, DMIT, PMP

It's important to clarify the purpose and status reporting expectations early in the project. Here, we share a sample integration management cadence for a large project or program that effectively balances the time with the administrative overhead.

Prioritizing Your Workload: Workload Assignment and Prioritization (WAP)

by Stephen Henning

Project or program managers should ask themselves workload assignment and prioritization (WAP) questions, consciously or unconsciously, every day, and sometimes every hour. This article explains how to create a WAP spreadsheet that will enable you to capture the processes, issues, and projects (PIPs) and provides a sample WAP spreadsheet and Workload Assignment Form (WAF).

Productivity Beyond Prioritization

by Pang De Xian

Faced with overwhelming workloads, we are often advised to “prioritize,” as if that is some sort of magical spell. We need to look beyond prioritization. Here are some useful tools and techniques that can be applied by individuals as well as teams to increase productivity.

Program and Production Scheduling

by Rob Seiler Jerry Insall

The use of program and production scheduling integrates project information and obtains the commitment of the organization while providing a way to track and update status. Through an organization-wide iterative approach to scheduling and a commitment to schedule deadlines, unity in project effort can be achieved.

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