Project Management
ALL    DOWNLOADS    ARTICLES    REFERENCE    PROCESS    ON-DEMAND WEBINARS   
TOOLS    TRAINING    LIVE WEBINARS    USER-GENERATED
Aerospace and Defense,    Agile,    Benefits Realization,    Requirements Management,    Business Analysis,    Career Development,    Change Management,    Citizen Developer,    Communications Management,    Construction,    Consulting,    Cost Management,    Disciplined Agile,    Earned Value Management,    Education,    Energy and Utilities,    Ethics,    Organizational Culture,    Financial Services,    Government,    Healthcare,    Innovation,    Integration Management,    Information Technology,    Leadership,    Lessons Learned,    New Practitioners,    Organizational Project Management,    Outsourcing,    Pharmaceutical,    Using PMI Standards,    PMO,    Portfolio Management,    Procurement Management,    Quality,    Resource Management,    Risk Management,    Scheduling,    Scope Management,    Scrum,    Strategy,    Sustainability,    Stakeholder Management,    Talent Management,    Teams   

Language: All    English    Arabic    French    Japanese    Korean    Portuguese    Romanian    Russian    Spanish   
Access: All    Free    Premium   
Sort By: Newest    Title   
  All   A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   ¿  

29 items found

Page: 1 2 3 next>

Can the PMO Create a Phoenix?

by Andy Jordan

An application has been bolted together piece by piece, and it’s threatening to break any day. It’s now been handed to the PMO with the mandate to try and modernize it--and make it a tool for today that can truly act as a hub for other tools without alienating the current user base. So what does the PMO do? Read about a voyage into (potential) salvation.

Can We Just Kill the EPMO Already?

by Andy Jordan

This PM has had enough of EPMOs. They were a good idea implemented badly, and we need a new model. He proposes…the EPMO?!

Capital Program Management in the Food and Beverage Industry

by Bernard Fonseca, PMP

Capital program management is an effective method for managing engineering improvements in a facility. Too often, project engineers are managing projects on a short-term basis in a “firefighting” mode. A strategic capital management program provides the foundation for good project execution, improved plant infrastructure, cost savings, enhanced quality, and meeting customer deliverables.

Catapulting Productivity With IT Project Management and Corporate Governance

by Jim Miller

When project management and corporate governance join forces, organizations can boost efficiency and maximize growth opportunities. A fully engaged IT project management office will assist senior managers in the prioritization of the best ROI and strategic projects and make certain that IT projects deliver what’s expected.

Central Reporting: Independent or Undermined?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

We've talked about how to create PMOs of value. Now let's take a look at a more detailed exploration of what it takes to create a value-adding PMO, how to get there and why it makes sense to do so.

Certification: Your PMO Policy?

by Andy Jordan

As a PMO, do you have a view on project manager certification? When people join the PMO from other areas of an organization, there is often an expectation that they will follow a certification path. So what are the options, and what should you be thinking about in determining whether your PMO should require certification?

Champions of Agile Adoption

by Bart Gerardi

An Agile Center of Excellence can not only assist but accelerate the adoption of agile throughout an organization, particularly in the areas of change management, communication, culture and coaching.

Changing the Enterprise: The Right Way

by Andy Jordan

Anyone who has been a project manager for a while will have run into an organizational change management project--and has likely experienced some of the unique challenges that they present. We all know that there is no such thing as an easy project, but making fundamental changes to the company or department in which we work presents a whole new set of potential pitfalls. Successful organizational change management needs careful planning and execution--and here we help you prepare for this tricky time.

Changing the (Project) World Through Technology

by Andy Jordan

To deliver more significant and sustainable improvements, we have to shift our focus from efficiency to effectiveness. We also have to understand how the enterprise tools available to us can support that change, helping us to deliver innovation rather than acting as a drag on it. This is where PPM and similar vendors can assist.

Charting Project Direction

by Jim Harris

If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you will get there? Unless you want to be going around in circles, contemplating a failed project, you’ll need a project charter.

ADVERTISEMENT

Page: 1 2 3 next>

ADVERTISEMENTS

"If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things."

- Rene Descartes