By practicing project management, organizations can realize many initiatives. This article features the CEO of the Girl Scouts of Colorado discussing how she spearheaded the introduction of project management methodologies into her organization to meet the needs of its large and dispersed group of stakeholders. The article reveals how project management is helping the organization:
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In today’s project delivery environment, team members need to demonstrate leadership skills and capability. But what does that look like, and how does it happen?
The failure of a “successful” project came as a shock to an experienced PM. Turns out that managing projects according to the triple constraints alone is not enough.
There are many reasons why learning and development departments are vital for organizational success and development. Learning is directly connected to employee performance metrics; it helps people progress in their careers—and the company to move forward faster.
Too many organizations approve more projects than they can reliably deliver. They need an integrated view of all projects that goes beyond the large scale transformation initiatives to include smaller, often hidden efforts. Then they can better prioritize, manage and commit to a realistic work volume.
This is the concluding installment of Mike's account of attending the recent PMI Global Congress 2016—North America in San Diego. In this article, he shares his thoughts on the other stand-out presentation he attended: Sue Gardener’s “The Future of Work” keynote.