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Are You Making This Resource Capacity Mistake?

by Andy Jordan

When an organization consistently approves too much work, it fails to understand that planned work and work capacity are dramatically out of synch. PMOs must learn to optimize the ability to leverage whatever capacity the company has.

Better Estimates, Better Outcomes

by Bart Gerardi

Without some amount of estimation, creating an agile plan becomes incredibly difficult. And yet, estimates have a reputation of being inaccurate, immediately outdated, or possibly a complete waste of time. While these two seem to be in conflict, in reality, agile handles it rather well.

'Is This Delay a Problem?'

by Andy Jordan

The sooner that a PM can recognize that not all delays are created equal—and figure out which ones need action taken—the greater the chance of project success. When do you need to start worrying?

Working to ‘Done,’ Not on What You Have ‘To Do’

by Lonnie Pacelli

The "dones" process is a low-overhead way for you to stay aligned, avoid micromanagement, and focus on the things that are most important. Use this simple process and its accompanying template to align long-term goals and short-term deliverables.

Don't Make This Critical Path Assumption

by Lonnie Pacelli

Ever hear a project manager say "Everything is critical!" about a schedule's tasks? Don't make that mistake. Understanding the mechanics of critical path is a crucial hard skill that PMs need to master early in their careers.

Start Date Set in Stone? Schedule Using the Work-Forward Timebox Model

by Lonnie Pacelli

We're often given an end date and have to work backward to derive when an initiative should start (or should have started). But what about when a project manager is able to provide a start date? That's where the work-forward timebox model can help!

Stop Playing 'Bring Me a Rock' Schedule Games!

by Johanna Rothman

Do you ever play “Bring Me a Rock”? That’s when the manager wants the PM or the people doing the work to reduce their estimate durations. This hurts everyone-—and can lead to watermelon status reports.

No More Project History Lessons! Adopt a Future Focus Instead

by Paul Bird

The attention paid to recording the recent project past can sometimes sound like a captain reading from a ship’s log—a very boring register that no one will ever want to read again. Instead, focus on the future.

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