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Quality Assurance and Quality Control--Powerful Tools of Risk Management

by Frank Winters

Just what we all need: more BS in our work lives. Basically Semantics, that is! Program Management and Project Management, Quality Assurance and Quality Control...it's all enough to make your head spin. Here's a crash course to help you stay atop the definition debate.

Questioning PMO Value

by ProjectsAtWork

A new global survey indicates disparities in the measurement and effectiveness of PMOs, leaving their value a great unknown.

Quit Putting Your Project Managers in a Box

by Cory Adcock, PMP

If a project manager can make or break a project, then a PMO can make or break a project manager. To get the most out of our project managers, this PM urges leaders to think differently about project management methodologies by considering the following...

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