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Reaching Our PM Potential in Uncertainty

by George Freeman, PMP

Reaching our PM potential in uncertain times requires one to recognize their untapped potential, especially that which rests beyond the traditional operational perspectives of project management. So what are we waiting for?

Reactive Is Out, Predictive Is In

by Tushar Patel

It is no longer enough to proactively forecast, budget and staff projects. The rapid pace of change requires next-generation strategies that use predictive analysis. And new predictive technologies are transforming project portfolio management, providing the insight to manage forward, rather than looking through the rearview mirror.

Ready, Set, Action Agility

by Bart Gerardi

Agile anticipates being wrong, or at least not exactly right, and the same principle applies to any organization becoming agile. The best approach is to simply get started and commit to the fundamentals: prioritize, re-plan, release frequently, seek constant feedback, and trust enough in the cycle to continue.

Real Project Teams Bring Real Project Success

by Michael Wood

Any sports fan will tell you that a good team is more than the sum of its parts. Talent is great, but without a real team experience, success is elusive. Make sure you have a real project team, and not just a bunch of good workers.

Rebuilding Your PMO

by Andy Jordan

How can you ensure that your PMO is as strong as it can be as the economy recovers? In this article, we look at how you can use this opportunity to improve your PMO--making it a more significant contributor to your organization than it was before the downturn.

Recovering from Project Failure

by Andy Jordan

Major project failure can happen to anyone. What’s important is to make sure that the organization can recover from such a situation, and that requires both advance planning (it’s too late to start planning the recovery when the disaster has already happened) and strong execution. Is your PMO prepared?

Redefine Collaboration

by Will Kelly

Collaboration in an agile or DevOps environment isn’t just about choosing a new technology solution. It calls for a new collaborative culture that transforms change management, team composition and workflows between development and operations. Here are 10 tips to make it happen.

Re-Defining Urgent: An Exposé

by Beth Spriggs

We often want people to feel that certain tasks are urgent. In order to do that, we have to create consequences to get people to act with urgency in otherwise non-urgent situations. This means that we deliberately want people to feel that something bad could happen if they don’t work quickly. And that's a problem. A culture of urgency makes it difficult for long-term thinking, and reinforces finding the quick fix.

Reframing Portfolio Management

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

If the primary reasons for portfolio management start with resource constraints, you’re probably wondering how we got to strategic alignment. And that, dear reader, would be an excellent question...

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