As a project manager, you may feel pressure to use the latest project management software. Is it necessary to use software to meet your project planning goals?
Setting SMART goals for your project is a strong first step, but don’t let them limit your productivity.
Resource leveling tools allow you to maximize the resources available to you, making you and your team more productive.
Knowing how to delegate tasks to others can free your time up for more critical jobs. Knowing how to ask for help and monitor the progress though is critical.
The project charter helps to establish goals for a project, ensuring more success in the end. Setting forth these goals can give your project the guidance and organization it needs to meet the needs of your stakeholders.
Six Sigma is a business management strategy that identifies and removes defects in processes. Government agencies can apply these strategies to save money and work more effectively. Consider how the U.S. Post Office, the CIA, and the military put Six Sigma processes to work.