Critical chain project management is a method of planning and managing projects that focuses on the resources (people, equipment, physical space) required to execute project… Read More »Critical Chain Project Management: Who is responsible for developing a project plan?
Legal project management involves thoroughly defining the client engagement at the outset with a plan, executing and actively managing that plan, and closing that matter… Read More »Legal Project Management: Are the risk consequences known and entered?
Operations leaders within your organization are working to design and execute supply chain strategies that maximize productivity, minimize risk and effectively respond to fluctuations in… Read More »Audit: Does the project management team have the leadership qualities necessary for success?
Benchmarking is the process of comparing the cost, cycle time, productivity, or quality of a specific process or method to another that is widely considered… Read More »Total Quality Management: What should you do next as the project manager?
Sales effectiveness is a collection of metrics that together, give you a complete measurement of your overall sales team performance, businesses rely on metrics to… Read More »Process Metrics and Measurement: Why complete a metrics analysis?
In more recent times the concept of a project management maturity model has evolved considerably from the software industry, method, competency and a capability maturity… Read More »Capability maturity model: Why do you need project management?
If everything will have to be carried out within your budget. And also, finally, the dedicated software development team structure, while day to day activities… Read More »SDLC: What is the role of a Project Manager?
Generally, akin kinds of analyzes are done by high-level stakeholders, top management, early in the project, work with your project sponsor to create a list… Read More »Project Management Staffing: What may be the impact of the project on interests?