Innovation is a multifaceted process. It starts with the creation of a product, but then extends into how the product is made, how customers receive it, and how it generates value. Robert Toledo writes for PMI about why setting up processes and poli
Browsing: Project Management
Let’s get back to basics. As Marie Larsen writes for ProjectManagers.net, human beings have been engaged in project management to some capacity since the dawn of prehistory. Only in recent times have we designated PM as a specialization and a comple
For those who need a quick mind-jog of what constitutes good project management, the following list should do nicely. Troy Blake, in his SQL Server Blog, hits all the important aspects of PM in this comprehensive breakdown. 1 – Planning Cost Benefit
Everyone knows the type; head down, taking notes or just listening patiently, quiet as a monk. This behavior at work doesn’t exactly scream productivity (in a literal sense), but as NASA’s Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership (APPEL
Writing for Java Code Geeks, Calen Legaspi is on a quest to debunk a common myth surrounding Agile development – that Agile is only concerned with project management. Legaspi points to the fact that many of Agile’s originators were software engineer
Scholastic training is like growing vegetables in a Petri dish. When a newly minted project…
Dave Gordon stresses the need for a standard repository of project management information, but through using technical tools that allow it to be created in a much less structured fashion.
Social networking isn’t all bad grammar and poorly framed selfies. It is actually a highly…
Nick Pisano explains why the time is now to make a true shift to an integrated digital environment strategy.
Aside from being a song by 80s hair metal band Europe, the final countdown to…