Learn the 12 principles of project management and how to apply them to your role as a project manager.
In this article, we’ll explain what the project performance domains are and give you some examples of what you need to know about each one.
The Agile Manifesto has probably had the greatest impact on how projects are done – even how non-agile projects are done. The concept of iterating, developing and focusing on value are principles that even predictive projects benefit from.
Find out why networking is something you can’t afford to avoid. Here are 6 fantastic reasons to get out there and meet new people – and they aren’t what you might think.
Get a free done-for-you list of example project success criteria in this article, along with everything you need to know about writing and using success criteria for your project. It really is the definitive guide!
Download a free Roles and Responsibilities template to help you define what each person on the team should be doing. This template is great for setting out the accountabilities of each individual and providing clarity on what you expect from them at the start of each project.
Read this interview with Mark Woeppel to find out what visual project management is and how you can identify the early warning signs of a project in trouble. You’ll also find out the one thing that Mark wishes all project managers would do for project success!
Find out about the project lessons learned management techniques that will help you run effective lessons learned and retrospective sessions. There are also links to further information and free lessons learned project management templates. Enjoy!
Get this free checklist to help speed up your project initiation meetings. This is the document you want in your bag when you meet your project sponsor for the first time!
Learn how to kill off those projects that never seem to end! These tips will help you define and scope the rest of the work and get it finished or cancel the project completely. Includes a case study.
Find out more about what is a program manager and essential skills you should have if you are considering a career change.
Most projects don’t deliver their original scope: 54% of projects fail to deliver the agreed-upon functionality. One of the reasons for that is scope creep – and that’s what this article is all about.