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Fact or Fiction?

by Andy Jordan

Just because someone says something doesn’t make it true. As a project manager, you will be told a lot of things. The secret to success is often separating fact from fiction.

Federal PM Reform Moves Forward

by ProjectsatWork.com

The U.S. House of Representatives has approved the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act, which will reform federal program management in several ways, including the creation of a formal career path for project managers and an interagency council to share knowledge.

Find the Hidden Leader

by Scott Edinger and Laurie Sain

How does an organization ensure that its corporate culture recognizes, supports and enables high integrity? An important step is to identify the “hidden” leaders who help facilitate solutions on project and programs. Here are some examples of how they can be found.

Finding a Voice in the Company as a Junior PM

by Stephanie Jaeger

Many new or young PMs seem to have no real influence given where they sit in the company hierarchy. However, as a project manager you are a leader and can have influence. You do not need a senior management title!

Finding the Right Tools

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

What tools do you need to manage a project, and how do you find them? You cannot plan for every eventuality, but by covering the bases, you can deal with most problems and expand your tool set along the way.

Five Project Management Trends for 2016

by David Robins

The discipline of project management tends to be relatively stable as processes and methodologies are well established. However, just as technology and business models change, project management adapts over time. Here are some trends within our industry that are likely to gain momentum over the coming year.

Fixing Bad Meetings: Make Your Meetings Effective and Interesting (Webinar Transcript - Korean Translation)

by Mark Waldof

회의는 조직을 생산적으로 만드는 핵심 요소입니다. 불행히도 많은 회의가 지루하고 시간 낭비입니다. 이 세미나는 모든 회의를 도울 수있는 도구와 함께 팁을 제공합니다. 제시된 아이디어는 하루 종일 워크샵에서 발췌 한 것으로, 효과적이고 쉽게 구현할 수있는 주요 아이디어와 방법을 제공합니다.

Focus on Progress, Not Perfection

by Marti MacGibbon

Everyday tasks and goals are actually baby steps on the way to achievement of the highest standards and accomplishments. Here are six progress-oriented strategies that can help free you from excessive self-criticism and increase you and your team’s creativity, satisfaction and confidence.

Four PM Career Paths

by Josh Nankivel

There are many different ways to launch a successful career in project management, but depending on your particular background and goals, your path will vary. Here are four common scenarios and appropriate advice for individuals who are trying to get into project management from different backgrounds.

From Trust to Delegation

by Stacy King

All project managers have physical, mental and emotional limitations. Yet not everyone recognizes that. The net effect is a collective belief system that project managers have no known physical, mental or emotional limitations. This belief can, when not corrected, lead to the self-fulfilling prophecy called burnout. How can we combat this?

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