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Salaries, Demand Strong for PMs

by ProjectsatWork.com

Project management remains a strong career option, according to Project Management Institute’s latest salary survey, which shows rising pay and high demand for project managers.

Same Project, Different Perspectives

by Andy Jordan

Different stakeholders often have such different perspectives, it’s like they’re involved in different projects. Is that a problem for you as the project manager? A three-step approach can help you deal with this situation.

Scrum Alliance Launches Training Program

by ProjectsatWork.com

The new Added Qualifications certificate-based program will provide training in more advanced, business-critical topics, starting with Scaling Scrum Fundamentals.

Scrum Artifacts in the New ScrumBOK

by Don Kim

Some substantive updates to the definition of Scrum artifacts may seem like minor clarifications to terms and definitions, but they have quite profound implications. In this article, we discuss these changes and how they affect the ScrumMaster (or project manager) tasked with delivering a “done” increment.

Simple Model for Agile Development

by Tony Alletag

Many software development teams want or need to transition to agile but are not sure how to get started. The purpose of this paper is to simplify the roles, responsibilities, meetings, and iteration cycles so that an agile team can easily begin to implement their own agile process that works for their team, clients, customers, and users.

Simplified Project Management?

by Andy Jordan

Project management training covers the basic skills you need to succeed as a PM, but what if you are faced with stripping those skills down further on your first projects?

Six Agile Practices for the 21st Century

by Mike Griffiths

As we start 2010, project managers should be embracing 21st century technologies and approaches. But while developers and other project members have been benefiting from improved communication and collaboration via new technology in the last 10 years, project managers have been slower to adopt them.

Sneak Peek into PMI Global Congress 2015 - North America: Strategic Business Management Skills (Japanese Translation)

by Joanna Newman, Ori Schibi, Muhammad Abu Baker Ilyas, Mohamed Hassan, Paul Williams

PMI®グローバルコングレス2015-北米における戦略的経営管理スキルセッションの中核戦略的ビジネス管理スキルに関するパネルディスカッションに参加し、PMIグローバルコングレスでのこのコンテンツ分野で提示されるいくつかの主要テーマを垣間見ることができます 2015 - 北アメリカ。

Speaking the Same Language

by Craig Schuster, PMP

For global organizations with diverse workforces and clients, maintaining a consistent level of project management excellence requires a permanent commitment to training. IT infrastructure provider EMC teamed with PMI to launch a talent development program for its project managers.

Stakeholders and the New PM

by Andy Jordan

Stakeholders are not all created equal, but that’s often how project management is taught. If you are a stakeholder supporting a new project manager, there are a number of things you can do to make life easier.

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