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7 Golden Rules of Quality Audits

by Nenad Pesic

A quality audit determines a level of conformance to requirements of a system, process or product. The requirements can be company policies, standards and procedures, or norms and regulations. This article contains general information about quality audits, as well as rules to follow for both auditors and auditees.

Containing Volatility of Scope

by Suresh Randadath, PMP, TOGAF9

Not managing scope can seriously jeopardize a project, as the scope is the bedrock on which the product or solution is built. Understanding the various reasons for scope expansion in terms of customer- and vendor-induced expansions and how to define a good requirement are important building blocks.

Make it So Number One: Why Many Projects' Chance for Success is Doomed and How to Fix It (Japanese Translation)

by Ori Schibi

およそ70万人のPMPが利用するPMBOK®も第5版になり、プロジェクトの成功率を向上させるために万全の準備をしている。しかし…(そしてここに「しかし」が入る)失敗のチャンスはいまだかなり高く(いくつかの理由による)、我々は失敗につながる同じことを続けている。このウェビナーはプロジェクトの失敗の理由を列挙したものではない。これらの失敗の根底にある原因を探求し、プロジェクトの成功記録を改善するための実践的なアイディアを提供するものである。

Practical Methods for Successful Change Adoption

by Aimee Baxter, PMP

What are the elements that can ensure a successful project adoption? What are some basic tactics that can be used to help make sure that stakeholders and in-the-trenches users have the best attitude possible to make the change and spread the news to their colleagues?

Scope Approvals Don't Have to Be Scary

by Reshmi Sujesh

In order to get additional scope, PMs need to go through an exception process for formal approval. You must prepare to present your case succinctly and answer the questions from the enterprise release board. Preparing answers to these 10 critical questions will help...

Why Government IT Procurement is Broken

by Andy Jordan

Government procurement for major technology projects often goes wrong—and it’s really not surprising because the entire process is broken. What is it about these initiatives that causes more difficulties than other types of projects?

Purpose as a Lens for Finding Project Success

by Devin de Lange

A project initiated with a clear goal in mind turns into a series of tasks to be completed. The focus shifts from the client’s needs and their purpose to getting the work done. The problem? The project purpose and client’s needs should be what is driving each task throughout the project, which often isn't the case.

The 4 Roles You're Confusing with Project Manager

by Lucas Hernan Minutella

Deviations for the project manager role come from assuming they accomplish the same goal (or deliver the same results) as some other commonly found roles across various industries. Let's analyze these similarities and differences between roles, see where they clash—and where they can cooperate.

Project Management in Data Science

by Tom Alby

Given that more and more companies need to be data-driven, data science is one of the most sought-after fields of expertise today. But while data science is a relatively new field, its best practices reveal how much it depends on strong project management.

Can Governance and Agile Get Along?

by Paul Carvalho

Traditional testing practices are the hands that slow agile teams to a stagnant, waterfall state. Testing itself isn’t bad or anti-agile...but how you think about testing can make or break your agile success.

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