When to Use Extreme Project Management If you find that you have many more requirements then you can possibly deliver, or there are several choices about what to deliver, then you may need the ability to change your mind in the middle.
Can You Identify a SMART Goal? Effective business professionals establish specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-constrained goals. SMART goals help people focus on their career development in a constructive, productive way. Test your knowledge on this topic now.
Is Every Employee a Project Manager in Today's World? In theory, getting more people to think like project managers may sound like a great idea, but what about those employees who thrive in different types of working environments? Could encouraging this type of mindset actually be detrimental in some cases - to both the organization and the individual?
7 Project Management Tips for Occupy Wall Street Occupy Wall Street and all its Occupy offshoots need nothing so much as a good project management plan. The crusade perches at a precarious juncture. Will it gather support from the masses and roll forward with momentum or will its supporters diminish to a disenfranchised few who sit at curbsides?
Dare to Dabble: It Doesn’t Have to Be All or Nothing Don’t believe the “all or nothing” mantra that others are pushing. You don’t always have to throw everything you’ve got into every project you undertake. Sometimes, it’s just fine to give whatever little bit of time and effort you have to spare.
Guide to Honing Your Soft Skills as a Project Manager Have you been thinking about employing a different, softer, and more inclusive approach to project management? Here you can find the latest information and advice to help you explore your softer self and hone your interpersonal and leadership skills to improve your working relationships.