Fri.Aug 14, 2020

Need to know

Musings on Project Management

Two questions: Do you need to know? Why do you need to know? There are a lot of PMOs that deal with government classified specifications and classified contractor-agency relationships, or deal with private or proprietary information; or even legal client-attorney privileged information. Sometimes it's privileged HR stuff. And sometimes, there is a combination of all of the above. Project Management

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How Much Should Project Managers Worry About Security?

Brad Egeland

This question begs to be answered. Especially in the wake of the recent breaches in digital security across just about every government agency.

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Project Manager's Friday Q&A: EV

Project Management Five

This week we're talking about Earned Value, more specifically, what's the correct formula for EV? Q: What is the formula to determine earned value (EV) for a program?

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The Ultimate Guide to Kanban Methodology

Wrike

Kanban is one of the most popular Agile project management frameworks around, and for good reason. The Kanban methodology takes a visual approach to project management that many people find intuitive and appealing.

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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?

PMP Test Changes coming in 2021

Project Management Five

For my U.S. readers, and those that are looking to get their Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, I thought I’d bring up this reminder that change is afoot !

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PMP Test Changes coming in 2021

Project Management Five

For my U.S. readers, and those that are looking to get their Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, I thought I'd bring up this reminder that change is afoot !

2021 52

A Great Project is the Little Things

Brad Egeland

Great projects that run smoothly from beginning to end are a rarity. They do happen, but nearly every project hits a few bumps along the way to way. Our hope as project managers is that they are relatively small bumps – some that are fixable even before the customer needs to know about them.

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Project Manager’s Friday Q&A: EV

Project Management Five

This week we’re talking about Earned Value, more specifically, what’s the correct formula for EV? Q: What is the formula to determine earned value (EV) for a program? Potential Answers: Percent complete times percent remaining in the program Percent completed times the program cost estimate Percent complete times the program budget at completion Percent complete times the program cost of labor and materials.

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Toggl’s New Calendar Feature

Teamweek

If you’ve ever wanted an easier, more familiar way to see your time entries in Toggl, we’ve got some great news for you! We’re excited to introduce Toggl’s newest feature: Calendar view, a new way to visualize your time.

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Managing The Project Budget - Developing Your Project Management Skills

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