Gotta love Dilbert. This post shows how just having a forest without regard for the trees removes all meaning to Dilbert’s life.
I’m happy to include a guest post today from University Alliance and the Project Management Certification prep program at Villanova University. I hope you enjoy it. – Chris As most project managers know, assembling the best talent for a project can give the project a quick, successful start. Knowing how to build the best team can be a challenge though, as it requires evaluating talent and comparing it with the needs of the project before…
I will be speaking at the Oracle Application Users Group – Collaborate 12 in Las Vegas on Tuesday, April 24th . The subject is: Using Best Timesheet Practices to increase your resource capacity. See this post for location information information about Collaborate. Hope to see you there!
I’ve been doing some writing and the result is an all-new white paper which is available on the TimeControl.com website. The paper is entitled The Timesheet Approvals Challenge and shows how organizations end up selecting more than one timesheet despite themselves thanks to how the approvals functionality has been purpose-designed in most timesheets.
I will be in Ann Arbor, MI on Monday, April 16th to speak at the Huron Valley PMI Chapter. The subject is: Increasing your project resource capacity without increasing your project resource costs. See this post for location information and contact info for the Huron Valley PMI Chapter. Hope to see you there!
HMS has just published a compete update of our TimeControl and Primavera Solutions Portal. Those interested in linking a financial timesheet with Primavera’s P6 will find numerous resources here including factsheets, white papers, powerpoints and an all-new webcast showing TimeControl 6 and Primavera’s P6 working with each other.
HMS has released TimeControl version 6.4. The new version includes numerous new and enhanced features including a new Project Manager Validation View and a new MyAssignments View.
Here’s a great way to start the new year with Dilbert’s take on project management processes. It’s good in the project management world not to take ourselves too seriously
Christmas Dinner is a project that’s worth of any experienced project managers and most of us would fail to deliver. Yet, a successful Christmas Dinner project requires all the elements of any other project and your most diligent of project processes. Here’s a project plan and a big thank you to everyone who will make Christmas dinner a success this year!
Happy holidays everyone.