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  • How to Show You’re a Top Performer  By : Jimmie Flores
    Becoming the go-to employee for a department and/or company is tough. There are many benefits for workers who are considered the best by their managers. The easy answer to becoming a top performer is to get your work done on time, with little guidance, and without throwing a fit. However, there is more to it, so I will provide more depth...
  • Getting Over the Fear of Failure  By : Jimmie Flores
    There are far too many people who are afraid they will fall short. In some cases, we avoid posting for a job because it will place us in the line of fire. I know of many situations where people stick with a profession they do not like mostly because they fear falling short of expectations. As a business owner, friends and colleagues tell me ...
  • Which Project Documents Need A Change Request For Updates?  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    Learn the types of project documents that require a change request before they can be updated – and learn which ones don’t. Practical tips for saving time on document management and preparing for documentation questions in the PMP® Exam.
  • Buy Lunch for Your Project Team  By : Mike Mirshams
    There are a lot of food related phrases that can be thrown around over here that say exactly how important food is to the soul; basically our mental and physical well-being depends on it. But for a Project Manager, it's a no-brainer to treat their team to a lunch from time to time, as the essence of the job is team work.
  • Controlling Change in Projects  By : Mike Mirshams
    Having the ability to effectively manage and control change in a project is one of most important traits of a competent project manager.
  • Project Managers Cannot Be Too Shy to Network  By : M Symonds
    Being shy can be restrictive in many areas of life. Here are some steps to help you overcome this fear so you can network, and improve your project management skills.
  • How To Break Your Projects Into Smaller Manageable Tasks  By : Samantha Knowles
    Make a list of tasks you can delegate: To begin thinking about which household tasks you can delegate to others, ask yourself the following: Which tasks do I find enjoyable and which are time-consuming and exhausting? We are always more productive when we focus on the things we really want to do.
  • Earn 37 PDUs with The Agile PrepCast  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    Are you PMP, PgMP, or PMI-ACP certified and in need of PDUs? Then use The Agile PrepCast™ to earn 37 PDUs. It is a convenient, low cost, high quality way to learn about Agile practices and earn PDUs at the same time.
  • 7 Steps to Success To Create World-Class GIS-Based Situational Awareness Tools  By : Darrell ODonnell
    Building a GIS-based situational awareness application is hard. Following a well vetted process will improve the odds of project success.
  • Work - Life Balance in Project Management  By : Mike Mirshams
    As a Project Management Professional (PMP) are you feeling the grind of your work and personal life commitments? Trying to get everything done within a 24 hour day, 7 days a week, week after week, can be challenging and tiring. This article gives tips on how to stay balanced. Being too busy and pulled in too many directions isn't good for anyone.
  • Low Cost PDU Ideas For Project Management Professionals  By : Mike Mirshams
    As a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification holder, you will need 60 Professional Development Units (PDU) every 3 years for your re-certification. There are 2 divisions and 6 categories of PDUs defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In this article we will review the "Giving Back to The Profession" division, which includes Categories D, E and F. You can earn a maximum of 45 PDUs in these categories combined.
  • Vital Checkpoints in Project Management  By : allied
    A recent study found that a whopping 50% of IT projects with large budgets exceed the intended budget and deadline whilst offering less functionality than predicted. The key to success is get the fundamentals right.
  • What You Need To Know About Professional Development Units (PDU) Category Structure  By : Mike Mirshams
    To remain a PMP credential holder, you must participate in PMI's "Continuing Certification Requirements System (CCRS)" program. The PMP credential requires you to obtain 60 PDUs during each three-year cycle. In essence, the Project Management Institute (PMI) wants you as a Project Management Professional (PMP) to continuously learn new skills.
  • How To Upgrade Yourself To The PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    This article outlines a possible approach to "upgrade" yourself from having studied the PMBOK® Guide fourth edition, and you now have to take the fifth edition exam. However, we all learn differently. You should adjust this approach to your own needs.
  • Winning Projects Using Strategic Bid Management  By : Patrick Howard
    In a business where projects acquired mean the future of the business, it is a very critical factor to win every bid submitted to prospect clients. The key to winning these projects is the quality of the bids you submit. Therefore it is best to trust only the best providers for bid managment services that have the expertise and experience in this field.
  • Liquidated Damages: Quick Tips For Project Managers  By : Mike Mirshams
    In a perfect world, projects are completed on time and exactly according to specification. However, we don't live in a perfect world. To effectively manage this risk, sometimes within the contract a set amount (called "Liquidated Damages") is agreed upon to be paid for each day that the project is late or under-performing.This article provides quick tips for Project Managers on how to deal with Liquidated Damages.
  • Venturing Out On Your Own In Project Management Consulting  By : Mike Mirshams
    Perhaps now is the right time to strike out on your own? It is a very exciting time, but also one filled with anxiety and uncertainty. Becoming a consultant has many risks that one needs to understand fully before making the first steps. This article outlines the steps you need to take to become fully prepared.
  • What Are Corporate Advisory Services?  By : Prad Jeddy
    Corporate advisory service refers to the intelligence offered by a third party to organizations for the incorporation of the latest trends and best practices to specific industries. It deals with distribution of financial products, plant automation, product management, life-cycle product or asset management and supply chain managements.
  • Force Majeure: When The Unforeseen Happens On The Project  By : Mike Mirshams
    As the world gets smaller with our global interactions and networking, our projects are more and more impacted by natural disasters, civil unrest and even terrorist acts throughout the world. Most contracts include specific clauses called Force Majeure (a French expression which can be translated into "Superior Force"). This article gives seven tips on how to deal with it and effectively manage your project for the future.
  • The PMP Exam Changes in 2013. Here’s What You Need to Know.  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    The PMP® exam is changing this year because of the publication of the PMBOK® Guide fifth edition. This changeover will happen on July 31st 2013 and in this article we provide our recommendations for PMP candidates.
  • Proper Documentation Protects The Project And The Project Manager  By : Mike Mirshams
    Don't underestimate the importance of documentation. Protect your project. Protect yourself. Document !
  • Project Manager Job Offers: Using The Sharp-Shooter Approach  By : Mike Mirshams
    With hundreds of qualified people applying for every Project Manager job offer, setting yourself apart from the rest of the competition is important. This article gives you the tips and know how to show your potential employer that you are the one who can get the job done.
  • Use Project Management Apps for Timely Task Completion  By : Giles Quinlan.
    Businesses and organizations no longer make use of spreadsheets for project management. They have switched to innovative technologies like project management software that helps to manage communication between the employees of the organization.
  • Quick Tips On The PMP Application Audit  By : Mike Mirshams
    Do you know what to do if your PMP application is audited? Do you know the three ways to fail an audit with the PMI? Read this article to find the answers. In addition, this article provides some quick tips on how to handle the PMP audit process.
  • Project Risk Management  By : Morgan D
    This article talks of how managers take risk in their businesses
  • Effective Email Communications for Project Managers  By : Mike Mirshams
    Don't let mishaps in emailing hamper the effectiveness of your communications. This article contains 10 key rules to keep in mind when you send your next emails. By following these 10 tips you can start building the baseline for effective email communications on your projects.
  • Construction Companies Benefit From Project Management Professionals (PMP)  By : Mike Mirshams
    There are various reasons that lead to a construction company going in trouble, including general economic conditions, not being competitive, heavy operating expenses, poor accounting system or even high employee turnover, but none impact a construction business as significantly as lack of project managerial expertise.
  • Top 5 Benefits of Getting A Project Management Certification  By : Mike Mirshams
    Now is the time to get your Project Management Certification. Obtaining your Project Management Certification is a worthwhile investment. This article outlines the top 5 benefits of being PM certified. The time is now to get started.
  • Seven Tips For Moving From Engineering To Project Management  By : Mike Mirshams
    Getting pigeonholed is a killer when it comes to career advancement - especially if you've spent the last 5 to 10 years progressing through the ranks in an engineering position. This article outlines 7 tips for facilitating your transition to Project Management.
  • Importance Of Risk Management In Managing Projects  By : Morgan D
    The Article will discuss the Role and Importance of Risk Managenent In Managing Projects
  • Managing Multiple Projects In 10 Easy Steps  By : Mike Mirshams
    Juggling multiple projects can be challenging, but it is possible. There's a lot of effort to it, but it's much more work if you don't do it. This article provides 10 easy steps to managing multiple projects.
  • Getting Results Without Authority for Project Managers  By : Mike Mirshams
    One critical aspect to project management success is the ability to win respect, influence people and foster cooperation even if you don't have authority over the individuals working on your project. This article outlines some key components for project managers about getting results without having the full authority.
  • Five Easy Tips On How To Work With Difficult People In A Project Management Environment  By : Mike Mirshams
    Dealing with difficult people isn't easy, but it is possible. This article gives you 5 tips and the insight you need to work through those difficult and awkward situations. Make the most of the difficult situation and take this opportunity to work on your people skills and become a better leader.
  • Importance of PMP Certification  By : Matt Newby
    To stay afloat, efficiency is key in business management, and project management can ensure this. Project failure can lead to loss of a lot of money, which is not good for business growth and puts you behind the competition.
  • Profiting With IT Project Management Services  By : allied
    Project Management can help companies improve their delivery capability. It helps to identify bottle-necks in the process. The Project Management teams (external) usually identify and fix IT problems quicker than the in-house IT team. In-house IT team may not be able to fix and identify some of the problems without the help of professionals.
  • Investing In Your Team - Why Personal Injury Training Offers Great ROI  By : Sue Richardson
    Rather Than Investing In Out-dated Team Building Trips, Strengthen Your Legal Team With Specialist Training Days.
  • Project Management and Web Development: Critical Information Technology Fields  By : Amit Kataria
    Information Technology is a term known to all. In line to its huge popularity is its wide scope. More often referred as IT, the domain has several sub-areas that can be specialized in. As IT is a big industry, professionals need to gain expertise in one of the sub domains and work for the enhancement of relevant departments.
  • How Time-lapse Construction Webcams are both Important for Technical and Aesthetic Uses  By : Baldur Jans
    When you talk about construction webcams, their uses are far beyond the obvious. These devices have been used extensively in construction sites as a reliable tool in project management.
  • Gain Proficiency in Business with Web Based Project Management Solution  By : Osbaldo Denis
    Nowadays, you will find a number of web based project management solutions over the Internet. They can be used for your business to incur short term, as well as long term, results. By finding the right solution, you can be assured of easy completion of projects, regardless of their enormity.
  • Good Project Management Training - Skills For Success  By : booktrainings
    In this present business-minded world, Project Management Certification Exam has been one of the most in demand certifications programs and many individuals spend their time accomplishing this program knowing it will give them brighter future.
  • Six Sigma Training & its Implementation  By : booktrainings
    As more companies embrace Six Sigma, the need to hire and train employees in the methodology grows. One issue facing beleaguered managers and human resource departments is how to determine whether an applicant truly possesses the Six Sigma skills required by the company.
  • Scrum Master Test is a Good Preparation Tool  By : Alison Quence
    Project management is a job that requires multiple skills, thorough understanding of business and ability to come up with a prompt solution to effectively tackle a problem.
  • Scrum Master Certification and its Importance  By : Alison Quence
    There are several methods that exist when it comes to project management in software development. These methods help several projects in the long term as well as the short term. There are some revolutionary methods which help to develop software.
  • Project Management Course Philippines: Strategies and Techniques  By : Robert Jolina
    Project management course Philippines or a PMP prep course will teach you the essentials of project management
  • 12 Easy Ways to Earn PDUs  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    After earning your Project Management Professional (PMP) or Program Management Professional (PgMP) credential you are required to earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every 3 years. We explore 12 simple methods in which you can earn PDUs easily and relatively inexpensively.
  • Essential Tips About How To Create A Project Management Plan  By : Olivia Jane Silvester
    You can get a 96-page Construction Project Management Plan (CPMP) template that is 100% compliant with current OHS legislation and professionally written by experts. The best thing about it is it is customisable to any site. Visit their site today.
  • 10 Tips for a Project Management Team  By : booktrainings
    Time, organization and management resources needs to be invested into the day to day running of any project including the people that are involved in the delivery of the project.
  • Earn 30 PDUs in Your Car. For Free.  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    As a certified PMP you must earn 60 PDUs every 3 years to keep your certification alive. Probably the easiest way to earn half of your requirement is by listening to free project management podcasts. We’ll introduce you to the concept and give you three podcasts to get you started.
  • The Expertise of Project Management  By : Amit Kataria
    Project Management, a popular term in the corporate world, holds huge importance for successful and growing businesses. In simple terms, it is the process of working in a focused manner to achieve a specific goal.
  • Why You Need To Practice With A PMP Exam Simulator  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    How is someone to prepare for 200 multiple choice questions that must be answered in four hours…that is just over one minute per question. This can be intimidating to even the best test takers. PMP Exam Simulators offer the user the opportunity to fully prepare for and experience a “real” exam environment prior to sitting for the exam.
  • Project Manager Responsibilities - Top 4 Areas For Success  By : Arnold Monk
    The Project Manager is certainly essential to the outcome of any kind of project. This article hopes to provide a few valuable tips. Here we explore problem solving, empowerment, documentation and communication.
  • 4 Tips On Running Projects  By : Almengor Saller
    A must read article for all Business Owners interested in consecutively running Projects. Once a company achieves a practical level of growth and size, projects become an inevitable part of running a business. Many business owners do run projects, but those that don't are usually centered on managing via the rear view mirror, rather than looking
  • Run Your Company Well using In-depth Project Integration Management  By : Janelle Elizabeth
    Project Management is the procedure of taking care of the aspects of a project, whether the project is expansion of a new item, an advertising and marketing campaign or start of a newer service. A project is a planned venture that creates a specific end. Project integration management is an element of project management that coordinates all facets of the project.
  • How to Organise a Conference  By : Michael Richards
    Successful conference management requires careful planning, and good organisational skills. There are a number of factors connected to organising a conference, and these are some of the most important.
  • Types of Air Compressors  By : Michael Richards
    Air compressors are widely used in almost every industry. They provide the power for hand tools, machinery, and robotics tools.
  • Foodservice Managers Will Benefit From Project Management And Leadership Training  By : David Shoemaker
    In order to become successful in the foodservice management industry, it is important to know how to plan, direct and coordinate the organization's activities.
  • Requirements For A Successful Project Management  By : Mark.D
    Right from the beginning, the art of successfully managing a project has been witnessed in man’s conquest of new lands, wars, space and even modern technology.
  • So, You Want to be a PMP?  By : Jimmie Flores
    Why do you want to earn the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential? Until you are 100% certain why it will make a difference for you and your career, it is nearly impossible to take that first step to submit the application at PMI.Org. One thing is certain; the PMP is a game-changer.
  • Why PMI Won’t Say If You Passed Or Failed Your PMP Exam  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    The PMP exam is changing on August 31, 2011. For about 6 weeks after this change, test takers will not immediately be told if they passed or failed the exam. Here’s why.
  • Change The Way You Work Through Innovative Project Software  By : Sierra Whitestone
    Nowadays it isn't uncommon to have diverse teams of individuals collaborating remotely on multiple projects at once in ever changing permutations of teams, partners, and clients. We live in the internet age; and though, online collaboration has been made available by the internet it hasn't been made easy by default. There are lots of collaboration tools out there, many online collaboration software packages from which to choose.
  • Better To Be Safe Than To Be Sorry!  By : Georgy Thoms
    In times of disasters and bad situations the groundwork, strategy and tools of protection is the most important weapon.
  • Projects Create Value to the Customer  By : Jimmie Flores
    Projects are launched for a reason. The final deliverable is a unique product, service, or result that is accepted by the customer. We must begin by making sure we are clear regarding customer expectations.
  • History of Project Management  By : grook network
    Project management has been practiced since early civilization. Until 1900 civil engineering projects were generally managed by creative architects and engineers themselves
  • CAPM Online Course Makes Things Alive  By : John Grover
    When you are planning on taking the business world by storm, you can become aggressive in working on your portfolio and seeing that you will be able to get a CAPM online course so that you will be able to have the higher position in a company as early as you can have it on your own.
  • Driving Aid Strategies and Projects  By : Dr Neil Miller
    One of the greatest challenges in facilitating aid strategies and projects is consistently engaging with key stakeholders and their team members in a timely constructive way. For a strategy or project to be implemented and adopted, key stakeholders need to know what is happening and what they need to do in close to real-time. TASKey’s distributed management solution makes it easy to create and implement a strategy and/or project plan, and then to create, transition into and implement a sustainment plan.
  • Reducing the Costs of Introducing a Strategy  By : Dr Neil Miller
    A strategy has two broad types of actions: the core actions that are an integral part of the strategy and enabling actions that are only required during implementation. When implementing a strategy many of the people involved are usually doing other tasks. Outsourcing core actions is usually not appropriate, because people in the workplace need to adopt and sustain the strategy. It may be appropriate to outsource core actions to fill knowledge and skill gaps. TASKey has developed and validated a solution that allows the people doing the core actions to also easily handle enabling actions.
  • Software Requirements 101: A Guide to Technical Writers  By : Henry Russel
    There is a great technical writer behind every good, clear, coherent and reliable software requirements document or proposal. This professional is also known as the business technical communicator, who handles technical documentation or project design, creation and maintenance.
  • The Secret Of Creating Your PMP Exam Brain Dump Sheet  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam is a ‘closed’ book exam. That means the only reference material you are allowed to carry into the testing facility has to be contained in your brain. A Brain Dump is a proven and effective way to bring reference material into the testing facility and it will help you to think clearer.
  • Strategy Engagement with People  By : Dr Neil Miller
    The effective implementation of strategies is critical to an organization’s success. Using the TASKey method and software, corporate and business strategies can be easily implemented to facilitate meaningful engagement with the people who need to be involved. The TASKey plan template is being used by thousands of people in over 175 countries. The key to maintaining strategic control is that all template goals are aligned to the strategy goal.
  • Choosing The Right Construction Project Management Training  By : Martin Sejas
    As board of directors, you've opted to equip a team from within to be responsible for the project management of the new construction for your business, and you're now focusing on designing a successful Construction Project Management Training.
  • 5 Reasons NOT to Take a PMP Exam Boot Camp  By : Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
    PMP Exam Bootcamps are often advertised as a “sure fire way to pass the PMP Exam”. However, while they may help you in passing the exam, they have a number of significant drawbacks. This article explores these “unmentionables” and explains why boot camps are a really bad idea.
  • Market Research - A Beginners Guide  By : mili
    Market Research is a systematic, objective collection and analysis of data about a particular target market, competition, and/or environment. It always incorporates some form of data collection whether it be secondary research (often referred to as desk research) or primary research which is collected direct from a respondent.
  • Project Management Tips: How to Be an Effective Leader  By : Lanie Rebancos
    Getting all the results you want from your plans require the right kind of project management and for you to start on this you need to be a good and effective leader. But do you know how to be a good leader? If not then this article is for you.
  • Incredible Project Management Tips for Your Business  By : Lanie Rebancos
    If you want to gain all the right results from your projects then you’d better apply the right kind and approach of project management on your projects and plans. This would actually help you and even your team to accomplish the project more easily.
  • The Link Between Planning & Doing  By : add gel
    If you have read the preceding articles in this section on strategic planning, YOU will have a sense that strategic planning involves more than getting together for one day a yearto develop a strategic planning document.
  • Project Management - Tips For Successful Delivery  By : AlexMac
    Project management is the art of planning, organizing, securing and managing assets to achieve the successful completion of pre planned project goals and objectives.
  • Top Ways To Increase Your Salary This Year  By : john mce
    Almost everyone wants to progress in their career and earn a pay rise. Unfortunately, due to the recession and the change in Government, recruitment freezes and pay caps are abundant. It can be done, you just have to work a little harder for it.
  • Is Your Renovation Project Worth It?  By : Art Gib
    If your purpose is to increase the value of your home or prepare your home to sell, you will want to carefully consider the project and how much of a return on investment you'll receive.
  • Project Managers Must Be Masters of Paradox  By : Richard Morreale
    It's not enough for Project Managers to just understand how to Plan, Organize, Monitor and Control. They must also be Masters of Paradox.
  • The 3 Amigos - A Project Management Idea That Works  By : Richard Morreale
    A great Project Manager with the right management team can manage any type of project.
  • One Of The Major Reasons Projects Fail  By : Richard Morreale
    One of the major reasons that projects fail is the lack of agreed requirements.
  • Online Project Management - Save Time, Save Money, Increase Profits  By : Tom Jones
    Today, the Internet facilitates the modern business in many different ways. We have VoIP programs saving huge amounts of money on long-distance phone bills. We have web-meeting programs that enable us to meet interactively in real time without the cumbersome problems and expenses associated with physical travel from office to office.
  • What Is Business Forecasting Software?  By : Adriana Noton
    For any business interested in long term prosperity and success, the ability to predict the future would likely be at the top of their business wish list.
  • Five Effective Business Analysis Techniques  By : Adriana Noton
    The term business analysis refers to the discipline of identifying needs within a business, and determining the appropriate solution.
  • Real Estate CRM Goes Social - Propertybase  By : Philip Styron
    http://www.propertybase.com This software demo shows how the new Chatter message feature in Propertybase makes real estate CRM and property management as easy as using Facebook.
  • The 8 Strategies of Very Successful Project Managers  By : Richard Morreale
    Successful Project Management has about 20% to do with hard skills dealing with Planning, Organizing, Monitoring and Controlling and about 80% to do with attitude and behaviors.
  • The Secrets to Prosperous Risk Reporting  By : John L. Ratch
    What is risk reporting and what is its value to the victory of a design? Risk reporting is essentially a phase in the project handling cycle wherein hazards are forecast and then rightly communicating it to the members of the team as to observe what the best directions are to care or repair the issue.
  • The Better Mode to Succeed in Scheduling a Project  By : John L. Ratch
    A full part of a project is the power to develop a time-line or a schedule that must be as straight as manageable. Although a few blows and turns are awaited to happen throughout the continuance of the project, scheduling a project would aid in reducing whatever faults that may preempt the project’s success.
  • 10 Reasons Why Project Tracking is a Necessary Function for a Director  By : John L. Ratch
    Being up to date with the development of a design is a critically important task for a project managing director. If a plan handler is not sensible on how the project is faring, he will not be capable to acknowledge the undeveloped reverses in the plan nor will he be efficient to determine and pacify it in time.
  • How to Scope your Projects  By : John L. Ratch
    It’s oftentimes stated that to determine the range of a design, you have to be a creative thinker . The reason is that former on in the design, no one truly knows what the range is and everyone has a different belief when asked. But if you do not specify the scope early on, it will alter during the project. Read on to know more.
  • How to Produce a Project Financial Plan  By : John L. Ratch
    If you require to present projects right on tme and under budget, then you require a Project Financial Program to assist you do it. Making this plan is not a simple task, but by learning this article you can learn out how to realize it it in four simple steps.
  • Establish a Team Atmosphere on Your Project  By : Richard Morreale
    Project Managers can get more and better productivity from the members of their project if they establish a team atmosphere on their project.
  • Reasons to Hire Project Management Speakers  By : Rhonda Victoor
    When you want your business to boom, you will always want to boost up the energy and mind of middle management people so that they can be the best driving force of your lower level employees, who are the actual money spinners of your business. The point is that you need to encourage your project mangers and will have to sometimes teach them how to
  • Project Manager - Plays a Pivotal Role in the Success of a Project  By : Carolina Mann
    Please revert to me with the basic text for the article at info@providenceprojects.ie before sending it out.

    Project management is a carefully planned and organized effort to achieve a task or an objective.
  • Certification Doesn't Make You a Project Manager  By : Richard Morreale
    With the Project Management Institute and the Association of Project Managers and colleges and universities all certifying Project Managers, why are projects still failing? Could it be that certification doesn't make you a project manager?
  • Project Management - Basic Principles  By : Antonio Marsocci
    Project management is a key business skill for today's executive. However, a whole industry has sprung up around it and although projects can be complicated, sometimes the jargon doesn't make it sound any simpler: GANTT charts, PERT, Critical Path Analysis, PRINCE2, it's easy to feel daunted.
  • Project Management Initiatives  By : Nick Mutt
    Project management is related to organising, planning and resource management for the successful completion of specific assignments and projects and at the same time achieving goals of the company.
  • Using Foldable Room Dividers to Set Up a Test Area  By : Walter Gates
    When you need to set up a test area, you will want to consider portable room dividers or partitions.
  • Managing Expectations: How to Keep IT Project Clients Informed and Happy  By : Jim Cochran
    One of the most critical responsibilities of an IT project manager is keeping a project on track. Clients don’t like surprises, especially the kind that cost time and money.
  • Management Consulting Project Review: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly  By : Jim Cochran
    As is true with any profession, management consultants get better at their jobs with time and experience. That’s particularly true for consultants who make a point of conducting project assessments, gathering their clients’ feedback at the end of a project, and then using that feedback to ensure improved performance on future engagements.

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