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Making Resolutions that Last

by Andy Jordan

It’s one thing to commit to improving, it’s another to deliver. Even with the best of intentions, resolutions can fall by the wayside. In this article, one PM shares a few ideas that he has put into place to try and prevent that from happening.

Making Resolutions that Last

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

The project management field is geared toward implementing best practices and improving processes. There is no better way to do that than spending some time making resolutions. The following strategies will help your resolutions become a reality.

Making Sense of Portfolio Management

by Bruce Harpham

By one measure, portfolio management is a specialized discipline best suited for organizations with high project management maturity. How do you know when it makes sense to add a portfolio management function or office to your organization?

Making Sense of SOX

by Bob Weinstein

The mere thought of Sarbanes-Oxley causes most PMs to get that uneasy feeling. But if SOX hadn't come along, an equally odious law would be in its place. Here, experts explain the big issues that you need to be aware of.

Making Sense of the WBS

by Catherine Curtis

A work breakdown structure is a critical project-planning tool. Why is it so misused and misunderstood?

Making Sense Out of Gibberish

by Vijay Sankaran

Text can only enrich your analytical capabilities, so incorporate text mining into your process and watch the value of your analysis grow.

Making Sponsorship Work

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

As catalysts for collaboration to providers of protection, sponsors can bring many benefits to strategic initiatives. But a hierarchical culture can severely limit this potential value. Project leaders need substantive interaction with sponsors that goes beyond review/approval and offers end-to-end engagement and support.

Making Stage Gates Routine

by Paul Bird

There can be a tendency to treat the stage-gate process as a “necessary evil”—yet another task to check off to get the next piece of funding. It is much better to embrace and work with stage-gate principles. Here's how.

Making the Agile Connection with the Internet of Things

by Priya Patra

The tsunami of devices from the Internet of Things (IoT) has come to our homes, workplaces and industries—and to the projects we manage and products we create. Let’s see why the combination of innovation and agility is essential to leverage the “power of the thing” to win in this highly competitive market.

Making the Case

by Projects@Work

Survey shows organizations value project management as a way to improve business performance. But challenges remain.


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