Before you officially kick off your next project, consider whether you can answer the following questions:
A deadline is the project objective defined in terms of time. But on some projects (a lot of them, unfortunately) the delivery date is not necessarily realistic.
Risk identification is one of the first tasks many project managers tackle when they’re assigned a new project. But identifying risks can’t be a one-time effort.
Coaching enhances your ability to learn, make changes, and achieve desired goals. Coaching is a thought-provoking and creative process that enables people to make conscious decisions and empowers them to become leaders in their own lives.
All team members must make—and meet—commitments to keep a project on track. However, it’s the project manager’s job to foster the conditions that will allow the team to deliver on its commitments.
As a manager or team leader, how do you reap the benefits of effective collaboration without inviting inefficiencies and messiness?
Your most recent project came in on time, on budget and within scope—and stakeholders were satisfied. But something still seemed missing—you have a gnawing - notion that your project checked a box instead of changing the world. What else could have been done to elevate outcomes?
We asked the project management community: What steps help facilitate a transition to agile?
Projects are rarely conducted in a vacuum. Whether the project you’re managing is small or large, simple or complex, you will most likely encounter dependencies tied to assets outside your project organization.
I’ve heard unverified claims that some project managers spend up to 90 percent of their time focusing on communications.