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'Real World' Distributed Agile: An Oxymoron?

by R Douglas Shelton

A prevalent topic in the various agile groups is how to do agile management of distributed software development projects--reflecting correspondingly prevalent software development efforts in today's global business workplace. Can it be done?

Reality Check: Signs of Strong Leaders...and Weak Ones

by Neal Whitten

As disheartening as it might be to admit, weak leadership is far more pervasive than strong leadership. To get at the weak spot, it helps to examine the common myths about what it takes to be an effective leader:

Reality Project Management: Mastering the Skills for Survival

by Joe Wynne

Skeletal Tina wins Survivor II and shows us what people really value in the game of project management. What would happen to you at the end of your project if participants and stakeholders were to vote on your abilities?

Reality-Based IT

by Projects@Work

CompTIA's updated IT Project+ exam to reflect 'real-life' scenarios faced by IT project managers.

Realizing an Enterprise Strategy (Part 1)

by Dan Oliver

Too often, enterprise-wide strategies fail to meet expectations because all aspects of the organization are not considered when planning a strategy. It is extremely important that management, business processes, culture and technology are all considered from a holistic perspective. This is the first part of a two-part article discussing the realization of an enterprise strategy. This article focuses on issues that need to be considered in devising an enterprise-wide strategy.

Realizing an Enterprise Strategy (Part 2)

by Dan Oliver

Too often, enterprise-wide strategies fail to meet expectations because all aspects of the organization are not considered when planning a strategy. This is part two of the discussion on realizing an enterprise strategy. Part one discussed some of the issues decision-makers need to consider when devising an enterprise strategy. This article describes one of many approaches to successfully realizing an enterprise strategy.

Realizing the Business Value of Agile

by Larkland Brown

There are those who still contend that Agile has caused more problems than it solves. So how do you ensure that Agile works for you?

Real-Life Emergency? PM Skills to the Rescue!

by Andy Jordan

A recent accident made this practitioner realize just how important it was to manage his time and prioritize his work, both professionally and personally. With project management skills at the ready, further risk was averted at the office—and at home.


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"Nearly every great advance in science arises from a crisis in the old theory, through an endeavor to find a way out of the difficulties created. We must examine old ideas, old theories, although they belong to the past, for this is the only way to understand the importance of the new ones and the extent of their validity."

- Albert Einstein