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Top 10 Project Management Blogs to Follow In 2019

Taskque

Project management has evolved from few basic principles into a domain of knowledge. Thankfully, many bloggers are helping project managers to stay updated with the latest tools, techniques, methodologies, processes and much more through their blogs. In this article, you will learn about 10 most popular project management blogs that every project manager must read in 2019. Informative and how to articles make it a blog that every project manager should bookmark.

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3 Biggest Causes Of Project Failure

Ganttic

According to the research done by Project Management Institute , more projects are actually failing and it’s causing us to lose time and money. We want our projects to be on time and within budget but the reality is far from that. On time and within budget? When actually, only about 53% of projects are completed on time and 49% are completed within the original budget. Regardless, what happened wasn’t solely the case of poor risk management.

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The Urge to Strangle(The Strangler Pattern)

Leading Agile

Business agility means having the capability to “turn on a dime” at low cost and with low risk, to drive innovation, respond to market changes, and overcome the competition. Mid-level IT managers compete to get their projects approved and funded. They know their solutions are of local scope, but they lack the power or influence to drive a comprehensive solution. Unofficial IT’s risks and costs. Personal Management Portal.

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Software Estimating Resources

Herding Cats

One of our clients, a retired USAF Col Program Manager at an NNSA Weapons Testing Site has a statement that is applicable here: If you lack academic basis and validated experience, your advice is simply unsubstantiated opinion without any basis in fact or principle. Flint, School of Management, Working Paper Series, September 2005.”. Why Monte Carlo Simulations of Project Network can Mislead,” Terry Williams, Project Management Journal 35(3), pp.