The Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 Rule, states that in many situations, 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. Learn how to use the Pareto Principle to help you achieve success on your projects and elsewhere!
Tailoring is an essential concept in project management that will give your projects the best chance for consistent success.
Gold plating in project management is the practice of delivering more than the customer requested. If that sounds like a positive thing, it’s not.
Set aside time to talk with your project team and sponsors after delivery and break down what worked — and what didn’t — along the way.
Remote project management isn’t exactly a new concept, even as remote work has steadily become more common throughout the world. What do project managers need to keep in mind when working remotely or with remote teams?
Project Performance Domains are a new concept introduced by PMI in the PMBOK Guide — Seventh Edition. What exactly are Project Performance Domains? Do you need to know about them for the PMP exam?
There are lots of tools and online schools offering study guides, simulations, tips and tricks for passing the PMP Exam to get your Project Management Professional certification. Which should you choose?
If you’re a freelance project manager, or an independent contractor, there are many ways to bill your clients. Finding the right one can depend largely on you, your experience, your clients needs and the project itself.
Getting and staying organized are critical elements of any project manager’s success. Let important notes slip through the cracks and you’ll have a hard time completing your project deliverables as required on time and within budget.
Project management software can make or break your projects. In this article, we’ll take a look at some project management software tools you should consider for managing projects.
It’s been said that communication takes up as much as 90 percent of a project manager’s duties. So saying communication is important for a PM would be a huge understatement.