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Buy It or Build It?


Do we buy an application, or do we build it ourselves? There's a lot to consider. Use this presentation as a guide to help you make the right decision.

Buyer Beware: A Consumer's Guide to PM Certification

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

While the PMP is a validation of knowledge and experience, it is not a demonstration of competency. The PMP designation itself is not an indication of how well someone manages projects, simply a demonstration that they have a standardized level of knowledge and have worked in the PM field for a period of time. "Alright," you ask, "do you have something better in mind, Mr. Smarty Pants?" This month's column explores alternative certifications. What are your choices as consumers, and what value do these choices deliver?

Buying Experience

by Mike Donoghue

There is a strong need in the labor market for older workers, but they have to have patience in their job search. Managers and employees alike can gain some valuable insight from this story.

Buying Scope Better

Form a team to improve your project procurement process.

Buzz Word or Better?

by Vijay Sankaran

Is Information Lifecycle Management just a new buzz word or a value proposition? As data management experts have started to take note, it has become clear that ILM can be a benefit to your organization.

By The Book

by Andrew Makar, PMP

The project control book is a simple, often overlooked tool that helps you keep track of critical project documents, status, issues and other action items. It can go a long way to improving stakeholder communications, be it a formal meeting or random encounter. Here’s how to set up and maintain a good one.

Bygone Heroes

by Dennis Smith

'Heroic' leaders thrive on power and hierarchy. Their need to control can throttle communication and innovation on projects, frustrating teams and slowing progress. What drives heroic leaders, and what can be done about them?


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