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Past Due

by Keith Kerr, PMP

By studying some of early U.S. history’s important leaders, guiding principals and lessons emerge that can be applied to modern business management: preparation, perseverance, a common framework, leadership with action, and the readiness to seize opportunities, wherever and whenever they may arise.

Past Performance Should Ensure Future Success

by Stephan Ahlquist
June 23, 2011 | 45:03 | Views: 1,696 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.82 / 5

With today’s challenging economic environment and ever more competitive business landscape, it is increasingly important that we make the right choices regarding where to invest our project dollars to maximize the benefits realized from those investments. By following a structured approach to project portfolio management, we can ensure that we are spending our project dollars on the right activities and caring appropriately for those investments.

Path Finder

by Bob Weinstein

Do you have a realistic career path? Read on for more on how to redefine it in a world of frenetic change.

Patient Care – A Project Management Perspective

by Dr. Deepa Bhide, PMP

This article is an effort by the author to relate the application of project management principles to patient care when it is treated like a project. The article helps us understand the relevance and benefits of such an exercise, which can lead to enhanced quality of care and patient satisfaction.

Patient Leadership

by Andy Jordan

When taking the helm of a team that has been struggling without consistent leadership, direction or supportive processes in place, it can be tempting to change as much as possible as soon as possible. But sometimes strong leadership requires patience to help a team evolve into all it can be.

Patient Medication Tracking Template

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by Elvina Jeffers, MBA, PMP

Project management skills can also be applied to improve the quality of care when you or your loved ones are a patient. Use this tracking template to help you keep track of patient medications and essential information. For more advice, see < href=http://www.projectmanagement.com/articles/290312/The-Patient-as-a-Project--Optimizing-Your-Healthcare-Experience>The Patient as a Project Part 1 and Part 2.

Patterns for 'Big' Scrum

by Dan Rawsthorne, PhD, CST, Danube Technologies

Many software development organizations are discovering that they must be agile--but they seldom know much about Scrum. This article explains and describes some of the most commonly observed patterns that arise in organizations that implement “big” Scrum.

Pause and Assess

by Vincent McGevna

Despite our best planning efforts, unexpected events will bring problems to some projects. When they do, resist the temptation to respond in an ad hoc fashion to get back on track. It’s better to perform a formal assessment and make changes with the same care that went into the original plan.

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