Traditional PM

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Resources for project managers following traditional processes and methodologies.


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Dear Dan, I lead a team of high capacity leaders and we all serve a recovering benevolent dictator, who himself is a dynamic catalyst and the reason for our organization’s growth. Anyway, I… Continue reading → [...]

Convincing your devs that low-code actually lets them code more can be an uphill battle. When considering low-code platforms to increase productivity and solve business problems with efficiency, consider the 4 pillars of low-code platforms. [...]

A new training and certification offering specifically offered only through Cheetah Learning - the worldwide leader in PM training and certification - is changing careers and lives with it's unique focus on PM skills, life changing skills and leadership.Hundreds have already taken this training and certification option with more signups weekly.  Not only do you receive extensive training that will allow you to learn faster, lead teams better and manage customers in ways that engage them be [...]

On the HBR Blog Network, Andrew Shipilov has a eye-catching post on "hub and spoke" project networks, or alliances between project partners, as he describes them. (Say "network" to me, and as an EE, I always jump first to a mind's-eye image of a "mesh", but actually that's one of several general ways to think of networks, and in most situations not a good general model for governance.) [...]

“Oh, you’re a project manager. So you use a Gantt chart for everything, right?” But you’re thinking, “Gantt charts are  [...]

“Oh, you’re a project manager. So you use a Gantt chart for everything, right?” But you’re thinking, “Gantt charts are  [...]

The trouble with toxic leaders is they’re deadly and don’t know it. But if the truth be told, every leader smells at least a little. Every time toxicity gets its way, organizations lose.… Continue reading → [...]

Lennox Brown, CIO at Analogic, faced the challenge of hiring a team of developers during a skills crisis, where finding equipped developers is costly and time-consuming. Learn how he overcame this challenge by creating a new kind of IT team. [...]

The people who support project managers – project co-ordinators; project support officers; project analysts and controllers – have had a raw deal when it came to professional development. They are expected to know the ins and outs of how a project is managed – so look to project management training courses just like anyone else … The post Professional Development for the PMO Professional appeared first on arraspeople. [...]

The best and most successful projects usually require a top notch team collaborating on all cylinders throughout the engagement. Complete project success is difficult enough to achieve – the last thing the project manager needs is a team in conflict with each other. Performance will always suffer in a situation like that, therefore resolution... and I mean swift resolution... is a must.What do you do? Let's consider this proposed five step approach to investigation, stabilising a [...]

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