In this article, we’ll explain what the project performance domains are and give you some examples of what you need to know about each one.
Tolerances are an important part of being able to work autonomously as a project manager. You need to have the authority and freedom of action to be able to change the direction the work is going in. However, the project sponsor is the person responsible for decisions that affect the project budget and the schedule,…
Create a meeting terms of reference with this template structure and streamline your committees.
Find out more about what is a program manager and essential skills you should have if you are considering a career change.
Carole Osterweil explains the SCARF model as a way understand and respond to behaviour – both from yourself and others.
What is a ROM estimate? A rough order of magnitude estimate is used to give you a very high level view of potential project costs. Ideally, you’d be able to provide a definitive estimate, carefully created from loads of input from subject matter experts and plenty of research on past projects and their budgets. But…
Learn how to do document version control. It’s a way of making sure you know which is the current iteration of a document and it will save you so much time.
Learn about the types of artifacts (i.e. documents and things you create) required in project management. You might not need them all on every project.
Learn what makes up an Agile team and the roles you’ll find within it, along with the team structures to use to set up your agile team for success.
Read examples of project success criteria in this article, along with everything you need to know about writing and using success factors for your project. It really is the definitive guide!
Unlock the power of organizational process assets to maximize project success. Learn how to use them effectively in project management with PMI guidelines.
Programmes are handy ways of tying together related work. Here are 3 types of programme in project management.