Nothing gets done unless people do it. And people need tools, materials, and a place to work. So, Project Resource Management is an essential skill set.
How do you know what your users, customers, and stakeholders want? You need to listen to their voices. So, what is the Voice of the Customer?
Do people notice you when you’re in the room? Do you get the attention you need – and for the right reasons? This is the phenomenon of presence.
Projects have a lot of processes, tools, and methods. One thing allows a project manager to hold them all together. So, what is Project Integration?
Ethics may seem like a dry subject from an ancient branch of philosophy. But a code of conduct is absolutely vital to your life as a Project Manager.
When your project needs to change, so may your contracts. So, what is a Variation Order?
In last week’s article, Elizabeth Harrin looked at mentoring from the point of view of finding yourself a mentor. This week, we see it from another angle.
Controlling who does what is a vital part of managing your project. So, what is a Work Package?
One my best decisions was to get a mentor. We didn’t meet often, or formally, but she made a real difference to my confidence. How can you get yourself one?
Issues arise all the time on projects. So, what is Issue Management?