The ‘P’ in PMO can stand for a lot of things…project, program, portfolio, etc. But what if it stood for prioritization? There are lots of things that need prioritizing, but here are the four most important elements.
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Combine street smarts with basic marketing principles and you've got a foolproof job-getting strategy. It doesn't take a business degree to understand this, just plain common sense.
Here's the antidote to e-learning development Points of Pain, the cause of many organizational headaches.
Take the wide-view planning approach to reduce your next project’s blind spots.
Project management generates plenty of paperwork, and it’s easy to lose track of all the changes that are made to various documents. Version control is a simple way to track those changes. Here are some techniques for managing your project documents to make sure that every team member is, quite literally, on the same page.
Everyone’s talking about going green, but many organizations are getting bogged down in how and where to start. When it comes to the document-laden world of project management, going paperless is a modest but important first step. It not only helps the environment, it can be more cost-effective and save you time.
When you're catapulted into an ongoing project, the situtation is often volatile, potential minefields abound, and there isn't much time to ramp up and get the existing team on your side. Revamping plans and schedules is almost always critical, but rarely sufficient. Here are seven best practices to hit the ground running.
It doesn’t seem to matter what methodologies are used--success is not a guarantee. While eyes always turn to the PM for blame, isn’t it time we examined why another significant party should also be sharing that burden?
Use scope definition to build relationships, not destroy them. Making considered decisions on how much to spend to get the right business benefit is a team approach when you try some old thinking in new ways. Read on for more in applying the 80/20 rule for project scope and success control.
Use scope definition to build relationships, not destroy them. Making considered decisions on how much to spend to get the right business benefit is a team approach when you try some old thinking in new ways. Read on for more in applying the 80/20 rule for project scope and success control. As the series continues, we look at how the rule works.