As skills shortage is pertinent and a global phenomenon the challenge we have today is to capture the essence of this wisdom, Project Lessons Learned, in a way that is relevant to future usage, readily searchable and easy to store.
There are career benefits to getting PMP® certified, and it’s a lot of work to apply and then to prepare for the exam. But it's beneficial. See the 5 reasons why PMP® certification should be on your agenda in 2017.
What can we expect in the project management field this year? We have analyzed the industry and have lined up a few insightful predictions on the impactful trends that are going to change project management as we know it.
Construction is in constant need of reliable software solutions. This infographic contains companies of any size and it addresses both to big enterprises and smaller businesses. If used right, it’s a valuable tool for anyone who is struggling with increasing the efficiency of his/her work.
As a project manager, there are specific terms that you should be well-versed with. A study of these terms is an excellent place to start to improve your personal management style.
Here are 10 important project management terms for your perusal.
Projects are the lifeline of any business organization, and this means that without proper planning, the right tools, committed team members and a strong leader, any project will fail. In today’s highly competitive scenario, Project Managers need to adopt creativity and innovation to stand out from the crowd. This is where Project Management comes into the picture.
There are many reasons a project plan might fail. In this article, we share with you 7 of the most overlooked reasons to watch out for.
Trust. It takes years to build and seconds to break. It is an emotion we covet.
A leader may take trust for granted. By being in front of an audience, of course, these people trust the message. Why else would this person be leading? Is that the case? Do our teams and organization trust us?
Conflict is a part of life, whether we like it not. And often the place where conflict occurs the most is in the workplace. The pressure of being part of a team and racing to meet standards and deadlines builds a tension that causes endless fights and arguments.
At the highest level this can lead to never-ending court cases, at the lowest level this can stop a project dead in its tracks if the conflict isn't resolved; either way conflict causes companies to lose tons of money, which is why a good project manager can be invaluable to an organization.
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