Learn how to be an estimating superhero in this interview with William W. Davis of Statistical PERT. This will definitely make your job easier!
Learn how you can check meeting notes off your list in my Otter review that breaks down all of the features and how to best use it.
Learn how the Nordics can inspire you to be more organised as a project manager. These top tips will help you stay on top of your teams.
Business acumen is an important skill for a project manager to possess. Do you have it? Want to acquire it? Here are my tips and I’ve included a free checklist to boost your business acumen.
Resource allocation is one of the trickier aspects of leading a high-performing project team. Here are my five tips for working out who is best placed to do the work.
Wouldn’t life be better if your team were, well, just a little bit more productive? If there was less chat and more doing? It is possible to create an environment where project team members can be more productive, by creating good habits. You’ve read all the articles, you’ve got ideas about how things could be…
Visual project management is a trend we all need to be aware of. Learn how to make your project communications pop and to present your data clearly, whatever information preference your stakeholders have.
Learn how to improve project communication with these tried and tested tips that will make it easier to do at the same time.
Picking up a project from another project manager and not sure where to begin? Here are some tried and true tips to help you out along with a project initiation checklist.
6 real project managers share their tips for getting a work/life balance. Read on to find out how you can use their tips to get more time, delegate more effectively and reframe your priorities to do more of what matters.
Ruth Pearce knows everything there is to know about motivating your project team. I interviewed her to find out more.
Find out how to run awesome meetings with these habits that will see you boost productivity and focus your meetings on what’s really important.