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Informal Project Management: Good or Bad?

by Andy Jordan

Many project managers start their careers with informal projects, which are managed without using any formal structure, approach or control. Is that an appropriate first step for a potential PM?

The Future of Project Work: Generation Y’s Motivation

by Ruth Lechler Daniel Nicholls

New research shows that organizations can motivate young project professionals by providing a transparent career path that enables personal growth and development—and demonstrates how projects act as motivators for them.

PM 101: Preparing Students for the Class of Life

by Christina Sookram

Deciding to take a PM course may not be an obvious choice for students—and may be a hard sell. Positioning project management as a way to learn about life skills can change the perception students may have—and set them up for success.

Deliver on Time, or Deliver With Quality?

by Arturo Wishlitzky

The trade-off between project delivery time and quality often depends on the specific requirements and constraints of the project, but this is not always something that’s properly assessed. When push comes to shove and you have to decide, which side should you pick?

'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?

When Can PMs Start Breaking the Rules?

by Andy Jordan

New project managers are provided foundational training that they are told will help them succeed. But how many experienced PMs actually do things that way? When can we start changing our approach?

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.


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