We’ve posted on the benefits of PMP® certification before, but AMA wants to know what you think: Will getting the […]
Rarely can you take real-world lessons from what you see on the big screen. The small-budget British film Locke, however, is a powerful exception to the rule. This movie offers several examples of how to manage a project when you are in a high pressure situation. Ray Houdtzagers takes a look at the film and presents his takeaways so that you can be more effective when managing a project under duress.
In their book The Time Trap, authors Alec Mackenzie and Pat Nickerson begin with a reminder that we all have the […]
In my previous article, How Well Do You Forecast in Business? we explored the difference between forecasting and budgeting. We […]
Investors behave differently depending on whether information is favorable or unfavorable with regard to the stock market. Information such as quarterly […]
Being in the business of buoying beleaguered projects, there is one B-word I loathe —blame. It is the most frequently […]
Although I have been a project manager for the better part of the last 20 years, I had not been […]
The minute something goes wrong on a project or in the company we look for the person at fault and remove or demote them. Learn what 3 words from the late Nelson Mandela can change your company’s culture and improve the success rate of your projects.
The goal of any successful Project manager is to deliver project value. A project is nothing more than a vehicle […]
Recent articles published by both Harvard and Stanford indicate that organizations should revisit business priorities and objectives more frequently, and […]