Sun.Aug 02, 2020

How Leadership Affects Projects (And How You Can Lead Yours)

Girl's Guide to PM

Sarah Coleman is co-author of Project Leadership, a book in its third edition exploring how leadership and project management intertwine. The last edition came out 16 years ago – yes, people were talking about project leadership even then!

2020 273

Looking for the unique

Musings on Project Management

"When I plan a project, the first thing I do is make a list of what's unique . what will my new and untried experiences be for myself and my team, and what's new for the customer: will they see the value?" Not actually me, but others whom I respect say this It strikes me that what is said above is just common sense; profound in its plainspoken words But, then what? Having identified the Project Value Risk Management

2020 163

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Agile Intro for Waterfall Teams

Brad Egeland

Are you a longtime Waterfall business analyst or project team member an environment moving to an Agile methodology for managing projects and performing software development activities on those projects? Then this article may be a decent intro for you.

2020 109

Nudges might lead to better project governance

Kiron Bondale

(From Monty Python’s Flying Circus – Eric Idle). If a survey of teams was conducted to find out what they hated the most about working on projects, governance is likely to rank fairly high.

Task Management For Project Managers

How can project planning that stretches over months or years remain relevant and account for new ad-hoc activities that arrive every day?

Best Practices for Stakeholder Communication

Brad Egeland

​Most of what I like to write about is from the project manager’s perspective. And I always maintain that communication is the #1 priority of the project manager.

2020 105

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Extreme Project Management

Brad Egeland

​I'd like to write today about a concept I think is critical to project success in some select cases and probably some of us have tried to do - often, unfortunately, with little success to show for it. It's the idea of extreme project management.

2020 109

MPUG Gives Back

MPUG

Due to Covid-19, MPUG has seen many in our network experience sudden changes in their projects and/or employment. Some have lost their jobs entirely. Emily Gray has been working in the field of recruitment and talent management since 2011.

2020 91

Companies Working from Home till 2021 and Beyond

Brad Egeland

As coronavirus continues to spread across the United States, companies are coming to terms with a future of work that doesn't look anything like it did before -- and many are revisiting their plans to go back to the office.

2021 105

MPUG Gives Back

MPUG

Due to Covid-19, MPUG has seen many in our network experience sudden changes in their projects and/or employment. Some have lost their jobs entirely. Emily Gray has been working in the field of recruitment and talent management since 2011.

2011 52

Managing The Project Budget - Developing Your Project Management Skills

This eBook describes the process of managing the project budget and its associated costs.

Ignoring Your Project Team

Brad Egeland

Did I just say that? Your project team…the very team of highly skilled resources who have been assembled to turn your project schedule tasks into a real workable solution for the project customer. Ignore them? Am I crazy? Actually, I’m trying to get your attention.

2020 105