Writing a proposal or preparing a bid can sometimes feel like an entire project in and of itself! It is on a very tight deadline (miss it and you are disqualified!). You only have limited resources to complete it (if we could only avoid the overtime and those long nights!) And there is a clear objective to achieve (WIN THE DEAL!)
Join us on June 17th from 1:30pm to 2pm EDT for our virtual panel on managing urgent projects. We will be discussing a variety of issues and potential solutions ranging from managing teams, finding creative solutions, managing risks and scheduling urgent work
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, I have stopped counting the number of times a colleague from the world of project management made an observation or drew a parallel between the coronavirus pandemic and the “Black Swan” phenomenon.
Out of curiosity, I started looking into this to see if it could actually have some other practical uses, especially for me as a project manager. Maybe this “Phone number rule” can help improve how we communicate in projects and save more than just a trip to the gift store.
A very popular topic these days relates to how organizations involved in the delivery of waterfall projects can be more “Agile”. To many, this is tantamount to asking one to square a circle and is considered at best impractical but more often, considered heresy
There are 2 ways to learn how to cook. The easy and quick way and the hard and long way. Let’s start with the easy path…The easy way is quite simple and all of us have used it at one time or another
From collaboration tools, advanced scheduling and cost control, to web-based dashboards, a multitude of vendors are promoting their packages and applications to project-driven organizations worldwide.