When you’ve got a lot to do, ensuring that your project is aligned to your organisational goals becomes even more important – it’s too easy to let slip that strategic alignment that we have heard so much about in the project management press over the past year or so.
Learn why capacity planning for project resources could be your secret weapon for ensuring an on time, low stress delivery.
William W. Davis, forecasting superhero, joins us again to help explain project forecasting and how to make it easier.
Demystify project dependencies and constraints with this comprehensive guide. Learn why they are important and how they relate to your project.
Learn how to kill off those projects that never seem to end! These tips will help you define and scope the rest of the work and get it finished or cancel the project completely. Includes a case study.
Take a look at 3 methods to track percent complete. This is helpful information for all project managers.
This is a guest article by Grace Windsor from BrightWork. Have you ever delivered a project on time and within budget only to discover that your client is unhappy with the final result? This often stems from mismatched expectations, and is quite unpleasant for both parties. I still remember feeling deflated and frustrated following a…
Everything you ever wanted to know about RACI charts (or RASCI, if you prefer that version). Includes a RACI example and a video. Plus a free roles and responsibilities template. Basically, a bumper post about the project responsibilities assignment matrix!
Find out how to run a scavenger hunt team building exercise with your team at work without needing to leave the office (if you want!).
My thoughts on the project management competencies you should be focused on for professional development in 2021.
Resources are the largest contributor to successful project delivery, and project managers spend significant time planning and managing their activities. Both resource and project managers work in tandem to develop resourcing strategies for projects. The project manager estimates the resource requirement and creates open positions that get fulfilled by the resource manager. Once deployed, the…
A model in project management is a way of looking at the world. It’s a simplified version of how things work, used to give you a general overview and a direction to follow for your own work.