Exactly how a project should be managed and with what methodology is a topic that is quite open to debate, which it was recently in a project management group on LinkedIn.
For some out there, the thought of displacing the current trifecta of project management – scope, budget and schedule - is a daunting and perhaps even unfathomable thought.
Communication in project and project portfolio management is something that has been well-documented, and rightly so, as it has shown its importance in successful projects time after time.
We know communication is important, so here are four steps to help you identify the right project communication for your team and organization.
There is no doubt that the practice of Project Portfolio Management (PPM) has expanded over the past few years, but it has also evolved.
We are constantly looking at ways to improve our practices, but often don't take a step back and laugh about the lessons that we've learned along the way. These ABC's of project portfolio management are meant to amuze and will hopefully put a smile on your face...
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Considering that only 34% of projects succeed, a statistic that is well documented in the realm of project management, it is important to be able to identify not only the key elements that lead to failed projects, but also identifying when you can and can’t turn a project around.
Although we already know many ways to become more sustainable, there is still great room for improvement to enhance the connection between sustainable business and project management.