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This PM Approach is Getting RAVES

by T. Scott Gainer, PMP

Get to know RAVES, a value-based, stakeholder-focused, iterative approach to project management that drives efficiently toward prioritized outcomes—while simultaneously seeking to gain improved stakeholder engagement, build relationships, and enhance value of the projects.

5 Emotional Intelligence Tenets to Elevate Your Leadership

by Vikram Srivastava

How can one influence without authority? The answer lies in the confines of emotional intelligence. This practitioner has followed five golden EI rules that have been instrumental in his growth as a leader. How many do you possess?

How Agile & Lean Are Redefining Construction Projects

by Navaid Ur Rehman

In the fast-changing construction industry, agile and lean strategies are redefining projects. The main directives are founded on iterative, client-centric, and waste-minimizing approaches, which allow for projects to not only be completed, but also optimized for efficiency and excellence.

How to Develop Credible Project Budgets

by Michael Wood

Money will always be a significant factor in any project you undertake. Having a good handle on how to build credible budgets is essential to successful project management. These approaches can help.

Optimizing Project Environment Efficiency (Part 1)

by Andy Jordan

In most organizations, there are plenty of opportunities to reduce the cost of delivering projects—but it requires an enterprise-wide perspective to identify and address the opportunities.

Preparing for a Hybrid Approach

by Joe Wynne

A hybrid approach can be confusing at first, but understanding its components and then taking time to work with stakeholders to collect information and anticipate approach weaknesses are key to being a successful leader.

Getting the Most From Generative AI With Prompt Engineering Skills

by Edivandro Conforto, Rupal Bhandari

By effectively engaging with GenAI tools, project professionals can elevate their power skills, expand their business acumen and transform their ways of working. Prompt engineering skills are needed to navigate these tools, thereby enhancing project activities and optimizing successful outcomes.

Essential Traits of Exceptional Teams

by Michael Wood

High-performing teams are composed of individuals who possess excellent skills and experience and have a shared commitment to achieving success. Here we look at some of the traits essential to these teams. How many does your team possess?

A Better Approach for Multi-Year Strategies

by Andy Jordan

Organizations are necessarily developing and executing strategies that will span multiple business cycles, as decisions made today around long-term strategies have an impact on future flexibility. But is that a problem?

4 Ways to Unblock Project Dependencies

by Bart Gerardi

It’s rare to complete a project of any meaningful size without taking dependencies on other teams. Here we look at the path project managers should follow when attempting to unblock a project faced with uncertain dependencies.


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