Stay tuned. I’ll be blogging from the floor of the Microsoft Project Conference in Phoenix this week as Microsoft kicks off its promotions for what’s to come in the next year with Microsoft Project, Project Server and Portfolio Server. Over the next few days, the Non-Disclosure agreements for much of what is in Project 2010 will expire and we’ll be able to talk a lot more about what you’ll find in the next version of…
Written originally in the tech crash that followed Y2K, this article describes many of the challenges and opportunities facing the project management industry in today’s economy. The article is reposted here from its original publication in Computing Canada Magazine.
Pilot Projects and Proof of Concept projects are often misguided and misunderstood when done for enterprise project management systems. It’s important to have realistic expectations. Here are some pilot project pitfalls to avoid.
Being an effective project manager or having an effective PMO isn’t only about authority. The most effective people in the project management business have an arsenal of skills and tools at their disposal to elicit the most out of the people they work with.
In today’s world of instant gratification it is hard for some to understand the level of investment that must be made in order to reap the benefits available from an enterprise project management system. Some would prefer to follow the path of least resistance even if that means those benefits are not available.