Waterfall methodology is a sequential approach to managing projects. While typically not as flexible as agile, it has both pros and cons.
What do I like most about being a project manager? I couldn’t narrow it down to just one thing, so here’s a list of the 10 best things about being a project manager.
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.
Project Management and Product Management share many similarities, yet the role of Project Manager and Product Manager have key differences.
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.
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.
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?
What is project management? What does a project manager do? These are questions we get asked frequently, and while the answers can get complex, we’ll keep this introduction high-level and wade into the weeds elsewhere.
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?
Risk management is a critical part of any project. If risk assessment is not performed mindfully — or not done at all — projects can quickly spiral out of control and become unmanageable.
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.