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Redefining PM Innovation

by Michael Wood

Do innovations in project management require more high-tech tools, more cloud computing or more complicated frameworks? Or could it be that the true innovations in improving the way projects are evaluated, pursued and deployed are found in tried-and-true approaches that have served other disciplines so well?

Redefining Stakeholder Roles

by Bob Weinstein

A cost-cutting economy has changed every aspect of project management, affecting all the important participants--especially stakeholders. How do you manage the stakeholder balance and stay up-to-date with their ever-changing roles? Read on.

Redefining Stakeholders

by Jiwat Ram

To make life easier for project staff, we need to have more clarity around the question of who has a stake—and how much of a stake. Here the author presents a revised definition of the 21st century stakeholder.

Redefining the PM Role

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Yes Virginia, results really do matter. The purpose of project management is not to deliver the scope of the project (insert gasp here). No, it is to deliver to customers the business outcomes that they desire.

Re-Defining Urgent: An Exposé

by Beth Spriggs

We often want people to feel that certain tasks are urgent. In order to do that, we have to create consequences to get people to act with urgency in otherwise non-urgent situations. This means that we deliberately want people to feel that something bad could happen if they don’t work quickly. And that's a problem. A culture of urgency makes it difficult for long-term thinking, and reinforces finding the quick fix.

Reduce Your Workload by Leveraging PMO Content Resources

by Joe Wynne

Reduce your overall effort—and keep a trained and productive team in place—by using informational resources provided by your PMO. Your PMO provides guidance and templates that will be useful throughout your project to keep your team prepared and productive.

Reducing Schedule Risk

by Luc K. Richard

One of the most common problems with software development is managing the project schedule. But project milestones are here to help. This article highlights the five principles of the project milestones best practice.


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