The decorations are all gone and the turkey is too. Time to look ahead and figure out your resolutions. Want to actually stick to them this year? Here’s how your project management tool can help you do that.
Have you ever gone to the grocery to pick up one or two things and ended up leaving with a cart full of impulse purchases? This all-too-familiar experience is a simple example of what happens when you don’t stick to your project scope.
While micromanagement might feel like good-natured extra diligence — and the best way to keep your team on track — it’s actually a highly toxic workplace issue that will do more harm than good.
There’s never been a more crucial time to create or update your organization’s value statement. With more and more companies turning to remote work, this statement will help you ensure that your distributed team is aligned and engaged.
As more and more companies recognize the importance of project managers, the popularity of the PMO — or project management office — is rising. According to research conducted by PM Solutions, the percentage of businesses with designated PMOs rose from 48% to 85% from 2000 to 2016.
As the projects you manage get bigger and more complex, you’ll start to notice you’re dealing with more and more people on a daily basis. This is where stakeholder management becomes so important.
As a project manager, you’re probably used to throwing around the term deliverables on a daily basis. But do you and your team really understand what they are or how to craft them?