Find out more about the stakeholder salience model and best practices for using it in project management.
A guide to understanding what the bullet journal system is. How to effectively use the Future Log, Monthly Log and Daily Log. And why a bullet journal is the ideal tool for busy project managers.
In this Office Timeline Pro+ review, I’ll share the pros and cons that I found from using this tool. It is a simple way of creating timelines for your project from inside PowerPoint or your browser.
Learn more about hybrid project management including what it is and how it is being used in project management today.
A survey has revealed that despite the proven benefits project management software brings to businesses, more than half of employees opposed their managers’ suggestion to implement PM software.
In this article, I will provide more detail on a framework for better project decision-making in an effective, rational and ethical way.
Whether you are studying for the exam or want to supplement your learning, here are the 7 best PRINCE2 books that I recommend.
From To Do to Done from Maura Nevel Thomas will give you the tools to evaluate how you organize and track tasks efficiently.
Are you wondering whether it’s worth getting a degree in project management? Learn more in this handy guide.
Are you looking for a robust, scalable PPM solution that can manage the whole project life cycle and show you what’s being worked on at any one time? In this review of Sciforma, I’ll share the pros and cons of this enterprise-centric project and portfolio management tool. Summary Product: Sciforma Pricing: Licenced per user, per…
Projects are done by people. Whether that’s just you, or whether you have a team of many hundreds, a project team is how work gets done. Working with people is the main part of project management. You need to know how to get people on your team and get them to do the work at…
Learn more in this Making Workshops Work book review about this handy book from Dr. Penny Pullan that will help you facilitate your next group meeting.