- Raise Project Management Maturing and End PPM Malpractice
The word malpractice connotes sub-par performance, injury, and severe financial consequences. Most everyone associates malpractice with medicine, law, or accounting, but it is hardly, if ever, connected in anyone’s mind with project management.....
- Project Office Value: What Has Really Happened?
How should a Project Office attempt to increase PM maturity in an organization while providing recognizable immediate value that sponsors will embrace and reward?
- Project Management and Business Analysis – Don’t Mix the Two
The best project managers think of the big picture and are always conscious of time and budget. Able project managers are leaders who remove barriers and issues to the successful completion of the effort. Taking classes, gaining experience, and becoming certified, they pursue project management as a profession. Project managers are, in short, the men and women who oversee the campaign.
- Refuse to Participate in the Recession
The recession offers management opportunities to improve profitability and be ahead of the competition when money starts flowing again. During the downturn, proactive management will revamp mission critical systems and processes and redeploy personnel so that they do more with less waste.