Introducing Gantt Charts to the way you do business will result in a satisfactory change in a quite short span of time.
As a project manager, most of your effort comes on keeping the team on track to deliver the tasks on the plan. These 4 tips will hopefully show you that you can be flexible as a project manager and that everyone benefits.
Use these 7 tips to create a brainstorming session that helps your team come up with a truly creative solution to your problem and take your business operations to the next level.
Here are 8 elements all great Gantt charts have in common. Get these right, and you’ll be well on the way to communicating project status easily with your stakeholders and team.
The traditional form is what most of us are more acquainted with, since many business fit this type of management better, but our friend Jessica Radburn will discuss in details about the difference between agile and traditional IT project management.
This story is from Simon Murison who took over a troubled multi-year development project in the energy management and information domain of the retail sector. The client wanted a system to help them monitor and understand their energy usage.
Here are three ways to make sense of your project risks and categorize them in ways that will make them much easier to manage. Which of these have you used – or do you use another system for keeping your risks in order?
Read how the complexities of a project spanning across different continents, different time zones and different cultures to develop a new Forecasting system for the international Shipping giant, Maersk, were overcome.
Having the right people in your team is definitely worth it and will help you succeed more easily and more quickly. Here are 3 ways that you can source people to support you with your work on a new team.
As skills shortage is pertinent and a global phenomenon the challenge we have today is to capture the essence of this wisdom, Project Lessons Learned, in a way that is relevant to future usage, readily searchable and easy to store.
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