Category Archives: Techniques

Project Management Techniques

5 Resource Metrics that Drive Project Success

Contributed by Mahindra Gupta, PMP Human resources are the critical drivers of any project’s success. How do YOU know that you have the right resources and that your resource plan is as effective as possible? Project resource management includes tracking the performance of your resources to ensure the project is going as planned. This is […]

Does Your Project Use Process or Strategy?

Filed under Agile, Misc, Techniques | Posted by MMeloni

Contributed by Sonali Malu  Do you run your projects using process, or strategy? Sometimes we even hear that these terms are used interchangeably. But they are not the same.  A process essentially has certain steps involved to complete it; A strategy may not always have the same set of steps.  A process is always a […]

Want to Be a Strong Leader? Then C-H-A-N-G-E.

leading teams through change

Being a project manager is about leading teams through change. Today, the change is wrapped in a crisis. The pandemic has compelled project teams to embrace digital transformation. More than anything, your organization needs adept and effective leadership. Leaders need to guide teams masterfully and reach goals successfully, even as uncertainty looms.
In this endeavor, keep in mind C-H-A-N-G-E. Be an expert in adapting to and thriving in change by embracing some specific characteristics.

How Coronavirus Helps YOU Improve Team Communications

Filed under Communication, Techniques | Posted by PMStudent
How Coronavirus Helps YOU Improve Team Communications

: One of the opportunities presented to you by the Coronavirus pandemic is that time typically scheduled for events, meetings, and other tasks is now open for a larger focus on team communication. This doesn’t just mean sending out a bunch of emails and hoping the content will stick. You need to use strategies that keep your team strong and cohesive.

5 Tips On Having A Productive Monday Morning At Work

Even though Monday gets a bad rep, it doesn’t have to be stressful and overwhelming.
A little preparation and some strategic planning can improve how you start your day and set the tone for a successful week
Waking up at the beginning of the week doesn’t have to be a nightmare if you have some tactics and tools in your arsenal. Use these tips for a stress-free Monday at work.