Scary “ghost” stakeholders, lack of decision makers and endless revisions. These are just some of the causes of scope creep. Read on to learn about eight potential sources of scope creep, and the antidotes that will help you get your scope under control and your project back on track.
Your stakeholder will not talk to you, but do you know why? The why tells you how to open up the lines of communication.
Instead of exploiting talent and ignoring employee voices, companies that value feedback are investing in talent and benefiting in more ways than one from having the right employees on their roster. Having a strong culture that promotes feedback can help foster the growth and success of both individuals and the organization itself.
A project management system can be affected greatly with non-performing projects. So, what do you do: continue execution or shut them down? Read here to find out more.
Five benefits you reap when you keep learning, because successful people never stop learning.
For good project time management proper tools make a world of difference. Review these approaches and increase your odds of completing your project on schedule, while reducing stress levels for yourself and your team members.
Do you run too many projects, fail to manage scope and leave risk management to chance?
If so, then you are setting your project up for failure. And project manager, it s YOUR job to ensure project success.
How does a project manager write a book? Why using project management best practices, of course!
What are some of the most common project management myths you’ve come across? Fred Wilson finds out 7 common myths and debunks them with references to seasoned professionals.
Three things your resume needs a professional look and feel, inclusion of your certifications and emphasis on your hard and soft skills.