How to resolve project sponsors' conflicting goals

2020-01-14T01:41:19+00:00

Conflict between project co-sponsors is more common than you might think. Here's what to do if you're a project manager stuck in this unenviable position. SEE: Project Management Resource Kit (Tech Pro Research) View Moira Alexander’s article as it’s published on Source link

How to resolve project sponsors' conflicting goals2020-01-14T01:41:19+00:00

5 surefire ways to avoid project failures

2020-01-24T16:09:16+00:00

Millions of dollars are wasted each year due to poor project performance, according to the Project Management Institute. Discover how to keep project failures at bay. 2: Ensure the EPMO/PMO, programs, portfolios, and projects have the full backing and support of project sponsors from start to finish. From the PMI [...]

5 surefire ways to avoid project failures2020-01-24T16:09:16+00:00

How to stop stakeholders from sabotaging projects

2020-01-14T01:41:36+00:00

When projects succeed, we hear about team collaboration, but when projects fail many look to leaders. Here's why all stakeholders are responsible for project failures and how to ensure that everyone works together. Based on his experience as an IT project leader and founder of Bold Array, a custom web [...]

How to stop stakeholders from sabotaging projects2020-01-14T01:41:36+00:00

4 of the biggest IT project stressors and how to fix them

2020-01-14T01:41:42+00:00

Here's how to deal with four situations most likely to create sleepless nights and frazzled nerves for project leaders. Take ample time to understand exactly what technologies or other tools are needed to help you to do your job better. Identify any time and cost savings or how it will [...]

4 of the biggest IT project stressors and how to fix them2020-01-14T01:41:42+00:00

3 legal risks all freelance IT pros should plan for

2020-01-13T21:58:31+00:00

Freelance IT professionals face several hurdles when branching out on their own, including legal liabilities. If you're thinking about becoming a consultant, here are three big ones to watch out for. 2. Non-compete agreement violations: Although becoming less common (and in some states, illegal), non-competes are still prevalent in the [...]

3 legal risks all freelance IT pros should plan for2020-01-13T21:58:31+00:00

5 ways poor capacity planning can sabotage a project

2020-01-14T01:22:20+00:00

  Learn how poor capacity planning undermines efforts and can lead projects toward catastrophic failure.   Further, if your resources are overscheduled and exhausted, you can practically guarantee that they also will suffer from low morale, lack trust in project managers and other leaders, and eventually will just stop working [...]

5 ways poor capacity planning can sabotage a project2020-01-14T01:22:20+00:00

7 Capacity Planning Steps to Avoid Project Management Nightmares

2020-01-13T22:18:38+00:00

  Most individuals think of capacity planning in terms of supply and demand in product-based industries; it equally applies to service industries and is a critical component of project management. Here are some steps companies and project managers can take to avoid nightmares. […]

7 Capacity Planning Steps to Avoid Project Management Nightmares2020-01-13T22:18:38+00:00

11 items project managers should include in a Problem Identification and Tracking document

2020-01-13T22:25:01+00:00

[ad_1] A Problem Identification and Tracking document is an essential tool for every project. Learn what to include in the document to help your team manage and reduce project risks. Once projects are live, there are inevitably issues that crop up that need to be documented and resolved. The Problem [...]

11 items project managers should include in a Problem Identification and Tracking document2020-01-13T22:25:01+00:00
Go to Top