The project planning process can be daunting to a new project manager. And to one with experience too. There are so many components, and steps to take.
At the heart of core project management methodologies is the Project Lifecycle and the Project Process. This is the basis for planned, predictive projects.
Agile vs Waterfall. It’s one of those classic line-ups, and we can’t resist pitting two seemingly opposite contenders against one another.
Welcome to our Beginner’s Guide to Project Management. There’s no shame in being a beginner: we all started at the beginning!
The PMI’s will delay the changes to its PMP exam. So, it’s a good time for our PMP course comparison showdown between the two courses we recommend.
Project Management is 80 percent communication. What we fear is the challenging communication that comes with pressure, emotions, bad news, and high stakes.
Project Integration Management is the glue that holds the parts of your project together. It’s a discipline common to all project management methodologies.
The project planning process can be as complex or as simple as you want. And you need only use the steps that are right for your project.
Managing remote teams is an under-researched topic. Yet, virtual project teams with remote members are becoming ever more familiar.
Project Financial Management may not seem appealing. But it’s a vital discipline. How do you manage project finances and cost control?