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.
Here’s an introduction to project steering groups as part of the governance framework so you can get yours set up and working on your project.
Have you ever heard of a T-shaped developer? It’s a common phrase used in software development where the developer has broad experience in their role but is also profoundly skilled in one specific area. The horizontal bar of the “T” represents their broader skill set. The vertical bar shows the more extraordinary and specialized skill….
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.
Learn what makes a team virtual – it’s not what you might think! Location and technology shape how virtual teams come together to do great work.
Learn what Expected Monetary Value is and how to apply it in project management. Spoiler: It’s not that hard as techniques go!
Rolling wave planning, also known as progressive elaboration, is an iterative planning technique to use when it’s difficult (or pointless) to schedule too far ahead. The APM Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control Guide (2015) defines rolling wave planning as ‘the planning density that is achieved at different moments in time. Primarily more detailed planning in…