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A Key Takeaway from the Gartner PPM Summit

by Ben Chamberlain

What one topic at the Gartner PPM Summit did virtually everyone seem to have an opinion on? How PPM professionals should deal with agile and other non-traditional approaches to managing work.

A Lead Role in Software Success

by Don Beckett

When organizations base their decisions on desires instead of data, it usually backfires. Here are four important actions that executives, PMO directors and program leaders can take to improve the predictability and success rate of their software development and enhancement projects.

Automated Project Management?

by Andy Jordan

The mechanics of project management are increasingly becoming automated, reducing the need for project managers to complete many tasks that were previously common. Does that mean project managers aren’t needed?

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