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Reducing Schedule Risk (Part 2)

by Luc K. Richard

Setting miniature milestones will not entirely eliminate the risk associated with the development of a complex software system. Here are five additional tips to help you reduce schedule risk and launch your project on time, according to specs and with a high level of quality.

Reducing Waste in Project Management

by Daniel Iannucci

It would be satisfying to say we could simply remove those processes that add no value. In many cases, those processes had a worthwhile goal, they just failed to accomplish it. To solve this, PMOs can learn from the product development idea of a minimum viable product.


by Sarah Fister Gale

Renewable energy emerges from the economic Dark Ages with the spotlight on project management.

Re-Evaluating Outsourcing Strategies

by Bob Weinstein

Organizations are taking a hard look at their outsourcing strategies, looking at what worked in the past and, more importantly, what’s needed in this current cost-cutting environment and for the future as well. Practically speaking, the most prudent strategies are elastic, short-term remedies that can be changed on a dime when the economy improves and shifts into overdrive.

Reflections From 25 Years as an Independent PM

by Bruce Garrod

As he reflects on nearly 25 years of career independence, this experienced project manager hopes to give aspiring freelance PMs food for thought—and create opportunities for fellow entrepreneurs to reflect, compare and comment on their journey.

Reflections on Building a Lasting Vendor/Client Relationship

by Carl Pritchard, Tom Tracz

Twenty years after their first encounter, a project management trainer (aka “the vendor”) and a consumer of that content (aka “the client”) take time to reflect on vendor/client alliances and their own relationship. (Spoiler alert: It’s all about the people!)

Reframing Portfolio Management

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

If the primary reasons for portfolio management start with resource constraints, you’re probably wondering how we got to strategic alignment. And that, dear reader, would be an excellent question...

Regaining Traction for ITIL

by Joe Wynne

Soon after launch of a migration to ITIL, progress can get bogged down. What tactics should you use to regain traction? That depends on the problems you’re experiencing.


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