We all want to get our projects right. A project management review can demonstrate your capability and control, and gives assurance to your stakeholders.
Running a project means creating a whole set of project management deliverables. Which ones do you really need, so you can deliver it in an accountable way?
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.
Good Project Governance is one of the golden keys to project management success. So, in this video, we have 5 Project Governance tips for you.
Stage Gates, Gateways, Phase Gates. The Stage Gate process is key to project governance and good project management. So, what are Stage Gates, or Gateways?
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!
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.
The term ‘Senior Responsible Owner’ or SRO comes from the UK Government’s Program Management methodology, Managing Successful Programmes (MSP). It also appears in the related and far more widely known PRINCE2 methodology. So, what is a Senior Responsible Owner – SRO? Dr Mike Clayton is founder of OnlinePMCourses.com. Here, he answers this question, in under 5 minutes.
If you work in Project Management for long enough, you will inevitably encounter this: project deferral. For one reason or another, your project needs to be put on hold. Why does this happen? And what do you need to do, during the deferral period and when your project re-starts? And what are the critical things […]