Monthly Archives: June 2015

Five Obvious, But Sometimes Ignored, Tips for PMs

For a project to be successful, it's not enough simply to manage your project competently, and deliver a good quality product. To avoid failure, make sure you have identified the right tips to follow, managed a high-quality implementation, and monitored your changing environment. Continue reading

Portfolio Management Demystified

Portfolio Management is a process that is clearly characterized by business leadership alignment. Priorities are set through an appropriate value optimization process for the organization. Continue reading

Scale Down to Manage Small Projects

When the projects are large, they need to be managed with formal project management discipline. But many projects are not large—they are smaller work efforts that need to be organized and managed efficiently. This post will teach you techniques and skills for organizing and managing small projects. Continue reading

Chill! Here are Five Ways to Reduce Project Stress

Recognizing stress is the first step in lessening its impact. A certain amount of stress is almost inevitable when people are working towards deadlines with finite resources available. Since some stress is inevitable, these are some ways you could promote a positive work environment. Continue reading

Deploying Project Management in Waves

A deployment plan is a step-by-step guide on what needs to happen in the final stage of a project to get it into production. Following these steps will enable the project manager to stay on top of what is going on during the deployment and ensure a seemless and successful launch. Continue reading

Project Management in Three Broad Strokes

Projects are all around us. Virtually every organization runs projects, either formally or informally. In this post, learners will be equipped with the language and mindset for planning and managing projects by properly setting project goals and objectives, and thus able to prioritize amongst project objectives. Continue reading