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.
Project Financial Management may not seem appealing. But it’s a vital discipline. How do you manage project finances and cost control?
Stakeholders – and good stakeholder engagement – are the key to a successful project. So, in this video, we have 5 stakeholder engagement tips for you.
Communication is a vital part of Project Management. To be a better PM, you need to communicate more effectively. And nothing beats visual communication.
Your project idea is a good one. Now you need to get it funded. So, you need to write an effective Project Proposal or Business Case.
Constraints and dependencies are two important, but misunderstood project management concepts. But you need them in your project definition and planning.
Do you need to take on an impossible project: something nobody thinks can be done? Or maybe a project no one thinks should be done!
When you are planning and scheduling your project, there will be sequences of activities that you need to respect. They are generated by task dependencies.
It isn’t enough to deliver your project. You also need to let people know. That means learning the basics of tracking progress and project status reporting.