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Keeping Score

by David Giannetto

Is your organization using the Balanced Scorecard to measure the success of strategic initiatives and processes? A 2007 book takes on the popular management-by-metrics methodology, deeming it antiquated and insufficient. Here, one of the book's authors puts forward six reasons to consider using a real-time approach, the Performance Power Grid.

Keeping Software Safe

by Sandhya Gupta

Even when engineering teams follow best practices and work on incorporating security requirements into software products, companies still see an influx of reported issues. Keep these tips in mind.

Keeping Software Safe (Japanese Translation)

by Sandhya Gupta

エンジニアリングチームがベストプラクティスに従い、セキュリティ要件をソフトウェア製品に組み込もうとしているときでさえ、企業は依然として報告された問題の流入を見ています。 これらのヒントを覚えておいてください。

Keeping Team Focus

by Andy Jordan

Projects don’t exist in a vacuum, and sometimes team members get distracted. How do you bring them back to the task at hand?

Keeping the Band Together

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

You have a great team, but how can you keep them together? Interpersonal relationships and dynamics will tear things apart even while the leader strives to keep the band together for one more hit record.

Keeping the 'Big Picture' in Sight to Avoid 'Blind Man Product'

by Larkland Brown

The flat backlog is appropriate for keeping the team focused on the big picture for relatively small projects. However, for large enterprise project with geographically dispersed teams, a more efficient alternative to the flat product backlog is User Story Mapping--along with constant focus on the product vision and the product roadmap.

Keeping the PMO Relevant, Vibrant and Successful

by Michael Wood

The PMO should be masterful at orchestrating change within an organization—but that isn't always the case. Watch out for these five warning signs and start to instill some best practices to ensure success.

Keeping the Schedule on Track

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

If the schedule only exists to track what happened, it is a fairly useless tool. It will be glad to talk to you about the project and tell you how horrible things are, but that is not what project managers need. Here are some ideas for using the schedule to help the project instead of just using it to document failure.

Keeping Track of Project Action Items


Before you start work on your project, be sure you have basic administrative procedures in place, not the least of which is a realistic schedule of forms and reports to emphasize priorities, issues, schedules and deadlines.

Keeping Virtual Workers Engaged

by Mike Donoghue

The need and support for teleworkers is growing, and to keep an “out of office” workforce engaged and productive requires a special company culture mindset. It should come as no surprise that effective communication is at the heart of having a successful virtual worker engagement culture.


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