Project Managers rarely have authority over the people we need to manage. So, our challenge is leading without authority.
Project Stakeholder Management is the last of 10 knowledge areas in the PMBOK Guide. This underplays its crucial importance to good Project Management.
If you are a Project Manager, or if you want to become a Project Manager, I don’t doubt that you want to be the best Project Manager you possibly can.
What do Good Project Managers do that Average Project Managers Don’t? In this video, I look at 2 priorities that good PMs focus on that average PMs don’t.
Project Management is a complex professional discipline. So, we’d all like to see Project Management simplified as much as possible – but not more so.
An effective Stage Gate Review process makes a valuable contribution to project governance. You will gain more control and greater accountability.
‘Talk is cheap’ they say. But what matters is the thinking behind it and the deeds that follow it. In this short video I argue for careful consideration.
We often describe Project Management as a methodology-driven profession. And it’s true to a degree: there are a lot of Project Management methodologies.
Project Management is a structured discipline. The basics are rigorous and logical. So, in this article, I round-up of all the PM formulas you need to know.
Projects have teams, and teams need to meet. So your next project team meeting is a valuable opportunity to advance your project and motivate your team.