Have you seen project status reports with colored boxes in different shades of green, amber, and red? Or project names written in those colors where the rest of the text is black? That’s the RAG status of the project. According to PMI, 11.4% of investment is wasted due to poor project performance. RAG reporting is…
Carole Osterweil explains the SCARF model as a way understand and respond to behaviour – both from yourself and others.
Get a free Terms of Reference template, perfect for your projects. This is one of the free project management templates that I offer on this website – browse around and take a look at the others while you’re here!
Learn which 10 change management books made my list of the most important reads. Great suggestions for project managers and those working in organizational change.
As project delivery professionals we are always on the lookout for new project management trends and practices, right? It’s good to know what’s coming and how we can best respond to that. Following the latest industry news can help build knowledge, confidence, and find new solutions to existing problems. There are a range of reports…
Sharing the ten things that I love about managing projects.
William W. Davis, forecasting superhero, joins us again to help explain project forecasting and how to make it easier.
You’ve just got a new boss? Here are 7 simple but powerful things to do to start your new relationship in the best way.
The comms plan is such an important part of your project. Download a free communications plan template from the Resource Library today.
These 5 tips will help you involve the IT helpdesk (a crucial stakeholder in any project with an IT element) in the planning and delivery of your project. Find out why you should include them in the early stages when their tasks won’t happen until the end and how they can take the lead on some of the project’s activities.
I’ve put together 28 small talk conversation starters to get you through those difficult pauses. They will help at big events, meetings, and work.
Found yourself with an hour to spare? Here are 5 practical things that you can do to improve your projects in 60 minutes (or thereabouts). From getting your To Do list in order to taking photos, here’s how to do something useful with the time to keep your projects in great shape.