Whether you’re new to project management, or looking to take the next step in your PM career, there are a number of reasons you should consider getting a PMI certification.
If you’re not using burndown charts for project management, you might want to consider adding them to your repertoire.
Project Management and Product Management share many similarities, yet the role of Project Manager and Product Manager have key differences.
Project management is an in-demand profession, with organizations worldwide seeing the benefits of employing project managers. That need is expected to increase immensely in the next decade.
Scope creep is easy enough to define, relatively easy to identify, but oftentimes exceedingly difficult for project managers to control. We’ve got some tips for managing the dreaded scope creep.
A Project Management Office, or PMO, is an organization within a company that provides support for project managers. But is a PMO right for you and your company?
Become a Better Communicator: Tips for Improving Communication Skills in Project Management and Life
Strong communication skills are essential if you want to be successful in project management — and life in general.
Project managers can turn to Schedule Compression in order to shorten the length of a schedule without negatively affecting the project’s scope. Two often-cited Schedule Compression techniques are Crashing and Fast Tracking.
Project Scope Management is mostly what it sounds like — managing the project’s scope. As with most steps in the project life cycle, however, there’s more to Project Scope Management than meets the eye.